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post #121 of 1421
Wow under 3k for 70 inches... Would need formal reviews. Sharp banding issues at 70 inches would be a killer... But tempting none the less
post #122 of 1421
Wow this is cheaper than ANY of us expected. This is real deal or teaser?? I don't stay in US so not sure how confident we can be on Sears' pricing.

The era of huge size is upon us
post #123 of 1421
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Originally Posted by rockaway1836 View Post

I am sooo tempted !!!!

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...&blockType=G82

Sooo....I'm reading the Sharp LE732U description and one part says "full array" and then the other says "edge lit" So, which is it? Either way it is an awesome deal if it performs decently.
post #124 of 1421
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Originally Posted by phaseq View Post

Sooo....I'm reading the Sharp LE732U description and one part says "full array" and then the other says "edge lit" So, which is it? Either way it is an awesome deal if it performs decently.

I noticed that too. Acording to this http://www.sharpusa.com/AboutSharp/N..._Quattron.aspx it's full array. Can't wait to see one in person.
post #125 of 1421
so who is going to be the first to take the plunge.... wonder when Amazon will have this.
post #126 of 1421
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Originally Posted by specuvestor View Post

Wow this is cheaper than ANY of us expected. This is real deal or teaser?? I don't stay in US so not sure how confident we can be on Sears' pricing.

The era of huge size is upon us

The price seems to be right in line with the link that kb4all posted on the previous page of this thread.
post #127 of 1421
sorry my bad, the link didn't work so I didn't bother with my iPhone. Essentially you are saying this price is for real.

Been roaming a few threads and for sure no one expected the price to be this low. We were looking around $5000
post #128 of 1421
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by specuvestor View Post

sorry my bad, the link didn't work so I didn't bother with my iPhone. Essentially you are saying this price is for real.

Been roaming a few threads and for sure no one expected the price to be this low. We were looking around $5000

5 grands is supposed for the second model.
post #129 of 1421
Hello,
Does anyone know from the specs. if this TV can be wall mounted?

Thx,
Tony
post #130 of 1421
According this info in SHARPUSA facebook, the Sears price is real !

hopefully I can see a less than 4K 3D 70"

Sharp USA: Hi Chris,

The LC-70LE732's will be out in late Spring. MSRP will be around $3,200. Look out for some big contests and events surrounding our BIG TV's!
February 23 at 6:50am
post #131 of 1421
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Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma View Post
We got the price on the LG, its not cheap !!
Chris: Have you had any info from Sharp regarding the street date for the LC-70le732u? The Sears listing implies it's available "now". Thanks
post #132 of 1421
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Originally Posted by portony View Post

Hello,
Does anyone know from the specs. if this TV can be wall mounted?

Thx,
Tony

Monoprice has mounts that support 300lbs and up to 72 inches.
post #133 of 1421
I hope something along these lines comes out soon. I have had a Infocus 7205 and 82" Stewart Firehawk screen for atleast 5 years that I would love to replace with something close in size. I think I would be much happier with something hanging on the wall than a huge DLP sitting on a stand.
post #134 of 1421
On the one hand a $3,200 msrp on the LC-70LE732 is a very competitive price point. However there is a part of me that is wondering what corners sharp had to cut to get that 70" lcd priced around $3,200?
post #135 of 1421
Not sure why people are surprised by the Sharp, when they told me -- who they didn't know from a hole in the wall -- that pricing at CES in January (and I posted it in this thread).
post #136 of 1421
Ok so I'll ask again, who's gonna step up and buy this bad boy :-)
post #137 of 1421
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Originally Posted by Suzook View Post

Ok so I'll ask again, who's gonna step up and buy this bad boy :-)

Not me....I want the model that can handle 3d.
post #138 of 1421
If they bring it under 4k for the 3D I will bite
post #139 of 1421
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Originally Posted by Suzook View Post

If they bring it under 4k for the 3D I will bite

Same here....but I wouldn't be surprised if it were closer to $5K.
post #140 of 1421
Well $3999 would be close enough for me
post #141 of 1421
What in hell happened to the Vizio 72" LCD?

Most sites say they will sell the Sharp for 3k or less. Why try to talk up that price?

Here is a new power source to run your 70" LCD or your 92" DLP.

"Italian scientist Andrea Rossi claims to have invented a small cold fusion reactor that can produce electricity at a projected cost below any other new construction power source. Go to http://news.google.com/ and enter the name Andrea Rossi for the latest developments in this thrilling saga, as gripping as a Agatha Christie mystery. Is Rossi a fraud and a scoundrel, or is he the greatest inventor in human history? We should know by the summer of 2011 when Rossi says his tiny reactors will go on sale. The claimed low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) is said to fuse hydrogen gas to nano-nickel powder forming copper, accomplished with the aid of pressure and still secret catalysts. During a public demonstration on January 14th, the Rossi reactor is said to have produced 12,400 watts of heat with an input of just 400 watts, a gain of 31 times input power. In a second demonstration, observed by Dr. Giuseppe (Joseph) Levi, a nuclear physicist associated with the Italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics, the Rossi reactor reportedly produced a minimum of 15 kilowatts of heat continuously for 18 hours. See news of the Rossi reactor factories in Miami and Greece, and more technical details."

"If this is a fraud, Rossi's company will go out of business as soon as the first reactor is sold. Rossi's business plan makes no sense unless the reactor actually works. Rossi claims that using just one pound of nickel can unleash the same amount of energy as burning 517,000 pounds of oil (1 gram nickel = 517 kilograms oil). To put it another way, one pound of nickel could replace around 1,590 barrels of average weight crude oil (325 pounds per barrel), which would cost $159,000 at $100 a barrel. I suggest we wait for MIT or Oak Ridge National Laboratory to confirm this invention before uncorking the champagne, but keep your fingers crossed."

LINKS:

http://www.technewsworld.com/story/C...ess-71916.html

http://nextbigfuture.com/2011/02/oss...reactions.html

http://www.nyteknik.se/nyheter/energ...e&content=main
post #142 of 1421
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Originally Posted by inky blacks View Post

What in hell happened to the Vizio 72" LCD?

Most sites say they will sell the Sharp for 3k or less. Why try to talk up that price?

Here is a new power source to run your 70" LCD or your 92" DLP.

"Italian scientist Andrea Rossi claims to have invented a small cold fusion reactor that can produce electricity at a projected cost below any other new construction power source. Go to http://news.google.com/ and enter the name Andrea Rossi for the latest developments in this thrilling saga, as gripping as a Agatha Christie mystery. Is Rossi a fraud and a scoundrel, or is he the greatest inventor in human history? We should know by the summer of 2011 when Rossi says his tiny reactors will go on sale. The claimed low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) is said to fuse hydrogen gas to nano-nickel powder forming copper, accomplished with the aid of pressure and still secret catalysts. During a public demonstration on January 14th, the Rossi reactor is said to have produced 12,400 watts of heat with an input of just 400 watts, a gain of 31 times input power. In a second demonstration, observed by Dr. Giuseppe (Joseph) Levi, a nuclear physicist associated with the Italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics, the Rossi reactor reportedly produced a minimum of 15 kilowatts of heat continuously for 18 hours. See news of the Rossi reactor factories in Miami and Greece, and more technical details."

"If this is a fraud, Rossi's company will go out of business as soon as the first reactor is sold. Rossi's business plan makes no sense unless the reactor actually works. Rossi claims that using just one pound of nickel can unleash the same amount of energy as burning 517,000 pounds of oil (1 gram nickel = 517 kilograms oil). To put it another way, one pound of nickel could replace around 1,590 barrels of average weight crude oil (325 pounds per barrel), which would cost $159,000 at $100 a barrel. I suggest we wait for MIT or Oak Ridge National Laboratory to confirm this invention before uncorking the champagne, but keep your fingers crossed."

LINKS:

http://www.technewsworld.com/story/C...ess-71916.html

http://nextbigfuture.com/2011/02/oss...reactions.html

http://www.nyteknik.se/nyheter/energ...e&content=main

Meanwhile, for the home owner who wants high efficiency now, and not in 15 years, there are ground source heat pumps that are very efficient because the source for heating or cooling is the ground, which typically stays at 55 degrees F 3-4 feet below the surface. So, rather than trying to wring out the heat from 30 degree F air during the winter, a ground source has the much easier task of pulling the heat from 55 degree F earth. Same with cooling, much easier to generate cool air for heating from 55 degree F earth than from 98 degree F air.

The cost of a ground source heat pump ranges from $10,000-$15,000 and it will take about 5 years to recoup the extra initial investment versus using oil heat.
post #143 of 1421
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Originally Posted by Suzook View Post

If they bring it under 4k for the 3D I will bite

I'm in the 3D is not ready for public consumption camp, so the thing that will matter to me is PQ.

If the LC-70LE732 does a good job in that area I'll be all over it.
post #144 of 1421
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Originally Posted by rockaway1836 View Post

I am sooo tempted !!!!

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...&blockType=G82

Sears site is now saying as early as April 1st for my Zipcode.
post #145 of 1421
Surprised Sharp does not have the 70's up on their site yet - there are some discrepencies between BB and Sears links (2 vs. 3 speakers, Ethernet vs. built in WiFi).

Also noticed on Sharp's site for the '11 models that are listed - there seems to be equivalent size/feature 'quad pixel' sets with the only difference being:

'30 U models' : 120 Hz 'fine motion'
'32 U models' : 240 Hz 'Aqua motion' (worth it?)
'35 U models' : 3D (self explanatory)
post #146 of 1421
Ultraslim design 3-1/2" deep

is this one Local Dimming as well?

regular customer don't know too much about full LED/EDGE LED, so they will probably still go for samsung.
post #147 of 1421
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Originally Posted by GreatGrady View Post

Surprised Sharp does not have the 70's up on their site yet - there are some discrepencies between BB and Sears links (2 vs. 3 speakers, Ethernet vs. built in WiFi).

Also noticed on Sharp's site for the '11 models that are listed - there seems to be equivalent size/feature 'quad pixel' sets with the only difference being:

'30 U models' : 120 Hz 'fine motion'
'32 U models' : 240 Hz 'Aqua motion' (worth it?)
'35 U models' : 3D (self explanatory)

http://dev-staging.sharpusa.com/en/F...C70LE732U.aspx
post #148 of 1421
Does anybody else think this thing is just fugly? I guess it wouldn't matter if the PQ was good, but damn 3.5" thick? I think my Father in Laws Elite is that thick, is this normal for larger sets?
post #149 of 1421
Yeah, It aint pretty like a samsung but it is full array LED which is why I suspect it is thick. Flush mounted against the wall though, it won't be a big deal and at 70 inches, people won't be looking at how "thick " it is
post #150 of 1421
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Originally Posted by irjoshy View Post

Does anybody else think this thing is just fugly? I guess it wouldn't matter if the PQ was good, but damn 3.5" thick? I think my Father in Laws Elite is that thick, is this normal for larger sets?

How thick do you think a huge 70" TV should be?

They are probably thinner than the 42" plasma when first introduced.
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