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post #61 of 955
IMWS > The picture quality looks amazing! Great job regarding the calibration

Finally did you have a chance to buy 3D glasses to test 3D on your 835? Feedbacks on the 3D performances of this TV would be really appreciated!

And did you play video games on the 835? Any feedback?

Could you also take pictures of your 835 in order to have a look at the overall design?
post #62 of 955
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Originally Posted by imws View Post

A short clip of my set...

http://www.vimeo.com/22905968

Excellent!
post #63 of 955
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Fcc id - raxwn8522d3ju

Are you sure this is the FCC code you obtain at the back of your 835 on the white sticker? This code doesn't match with the 835 itself in the FCC database but is related to a Sharp "802.11n wireless LAN module" :/...Would be great if you could find the right code. Thanks!
post #64 of 955
Thread Starter 
That's the only FCC ID I see on the back of the set. Sorry it was the wrong one.
post #65 of 955
Thread Starter 
Adding some shots today in Standard Mode...


IMG_1331 by breezinby, on Flickr


IMG_1340 by breezinby, on Flickr

IMG_1344 by breezinby, on Flickr


IMG_1356 by breezinby, on Flickr


IMG_1361 by breezinby, on Flickr


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post #66 of 955
Got my 60" 835 ordered last night, say they will deliver on may8-9. What a nice looking set. Made the magnolia guy drag a blu ray player over and open up the new sharp 3d Glasses, looks great. I will post more after getting mine and calibrating it with cal man.

If anyone is interested, BB has a deal where the set is about 500$ off and if you buy two glasses they drop in price from $99 each to $49., plus they take another $100 off the tv price. So basically buy one get one free on the 3d glasses.

Also, I tested the glasses with my sanding 3d plasma and they are not compatible ( bummer since I have lots of sanding glasses.)
post #67 of 955
Thread Starter 
Hi Jon, congratulations on the purchase.
post #68 of 955
can some body take some pics of the screen on this 835 model is it like samsung glass screen, or is it a matte screen like the 830 832
post #69 of 955
anybody
post #70 of 955
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can some body take some pics of the screen on this 835 model is it like samsung glass screen, or is it a matte screen like the 830 832

The 830, 831,832 & 835 all have the same plastic type of matte screen; no glass screens for 2011. We have a 2010 820 in our MBR; it has a glass screen which I prefer-----much easier and safer to clean. All for of the above 60 inch sets weigh 83.8 lbs. Last years 60 inch sets weighed 112 to 121 lbs the deference in weight between 2010 and 2011 being the glass.
Another way for Sharp to save money!
post #71 of 955
thanks
post #72 of 955
do you think you can see a difference in the blacks and whites and the pic with this top 0f the line 835 60'' with Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 8,000,000:1 too the 830 60'' Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 6,000,000:1
post #73 of 955
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do you think you can see a difference in the blacks and whites and the pic with this top 0f the line 835 60'' with Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 8,000,000:1 too the 830 60'' Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 6,000,000:1

It certainly can't hurt. I'm waiting for the new Panasonic 60 inch GT & ST series Plasma sets to come out; If I don't get one of them I'm going to get the 60 inch 835 even though I could care less about 3D at the moment.
post #74 of 955
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That's the only FCC ID I see on the back of the set. Sorry it was the wrong one.
Ok, never mind
post #75 of 955
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Originally Posted by Jon Spackman View Post
Got my 60" 835 ordered last night, say they will deliver on may8-9. What a nice looking set. Made the magnolia guy drag a blu ray player over and open up the new sharp 3d Glasses, looks great. I will post more after getting mine and calibrating it with cal man.

If anyone is interested, BB has a deal where the set is about 500$ off and if you buy two glasses they drop in price from $99 each to $49., plus they take another $100 off the tv price. So basically buy one get one free on the 3d glasses.

Also, I tested the glasses with my sanding 3d plasma and they are not compatible ( bummer since I have lots of sanding glasses.)
Great news! Do you play video games? If yes, would be great to have you feedback on the 835 performances when playing with the PS3/Xbox 360. And 3D review would be really appreciated! Thanks!

PS: don't forget to use the "Video game" mode in the menu. Indeed it switches ON the "Viper Drive" chip that aims to reduce the input lag.
post #76 of 955
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Originally Posted by Jon Spackman View Post

Got my 60" 835 ordered last night, say they will deliver on may8-9. What a nice looking set. Made the magnolia guy drag a blu ray player over and open up the new sharp 3d Glasses, looks great. I will post more after getting mine and calibrating it with cal man.

If anyone is interested, BB has a deal where the set is about 500$ off and if you buy two glasses they drop in price from $99 each to $49., plus they take another $100 off the tv price. So basically buy one get one free on the 3d glasses.

Also, I tested the glasses with my sanding 3d plasma and they are not compatible ( bummer since I have lots of sanding glasses.)

Can you shed some more light on this please because at my local BB they only had the 831 not the 835 (big difference) and I didn't see any good deal on it or anything so I am very curious.



Also, are none of you noticing any of the clouding/flashlighting effects? In the official 832 thread everyone is complaining like crazy, there is even a separate thread of a guy taking his sharp 832 back because of it. I can't imagine there is a difference between these tv's minus the 3d?
post #77 of 955
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Originally Posted by 408wd1 View Post

can some body take some pics of the screen on this 835 model is it like samsung glass screen, or is it a matte screen like the 830 832

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Originally Posted by 43sbest View Post

The 830, 831,832 & 835 all have the same plastic type of matte screen; no glass screens for 2011. We have a 2010 820 in our MBR; it has a glass screen which I prefer-----much easier and safer to clean. All for of the above 60 inch sets weigh 83.8 lbs. Last years 60 inch sets weighed 112 to 121 lbs the deference in weight between 2010 and 2011 being the glass.
Another way for Sharp to save money!


The 830, 832 have the mattee screen, however the 835 has the shiney glossey screen
post #78 of 955
thanks
post #79 of 955
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Originally Posted by 408wd1 View Post

do you think you can see a difference in the blacks and whites and the pic with this top 0f the line 835 60'' with Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 8,000,000:1 too the 830 60'' Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 6,000,000:1

anybody
post #80 of 955
Thread Starter 
I think one would have significant difficulty telling them apart as is it's just a number.
post #81 of 955
just like 55' 70'' tvs one would have significant difficulty telling them apart as it is just a number just jokeing
post #82 of 955
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Originally Posted by LakeMountD View Post

Can you shed some more light on this please because at my local BB they only had the 831 not the 835 (big difference) and I didn't see any good deal on it or anything so I am very curious.



Also, are none of you noticing any of the clouding/flashlighting effects? In the official 832 thread everyone is complaining like crazy, there is even a separate thread of a guy taking his sharp 832 back because of it. I can't imagine there is a difference between these tv's minus the 3d?

All i know is when I went to pay at the magnolia counter (which is where they had it on demo, only had the 832 on main BB floor) I had them also sell me 2pairs od 3D glasses and when he rang me up the computer discounted the glasses to $49 each, and knocked another $100 off the tv price.

Also my last post was suppose to say "Samsung" glasses not sanding, darn auto correct on the iPad...
post #83 of 955
As for the clouding or flashlite effect, it's there, but nothing you can do about it. It is what it is....
post #84 of 955
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do you think you can see a difference in the blacks and whites and the pic with this top 0f the line 835 60'' with Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 8,000,000:1 too the 830 60'' Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 6,000,000:1

anybody on this
post #85 of 955
hi,

i'm new to this forum and i wanted to get some feedback on this tv unit. i'm looking at the 52" 835U. how does everyone rate this unit? so far from what i'm reading it sounds very promising. thanks!

-Alex
post #86 of 955
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Originally Posted by Jon Spackman View Post

Got my 60" 835 ordered last night, say they will deliver on may8-9. What a nice looking set. Made the magnolia guy drag a blu ray player over and open up the new sharp 3d Glasses, looks great. I will post more after getting mine and calibrating it with cal man.

If anyone is interested, BB has a deal where the set is about 500$ off and if you buy two glasses they drop in price from $99 each to $49., plus they take another $100 off the tv price. So basically buy one get one free on the 3d glasses.

Also, I tested the glasses with my sanding 3d plasma and they are not compatible ( bummer since I have lots of sanding glasses.)

Can you please provide the dimensions of the shipping box?
Thanks
post #87 of 955
I got 46 inch set 830 series, the picture needs lot of tweaking, my wife says picture is grainy, if I reduce sharpness it is to soft then, screen has some cloud too, not noticeable during normal use, I will spend next few days with settings, I hate to return this set but want it to work for my liking. The film mode is awful as it is causing headache to everyone. I am still not sure about 120 hz automotion, my next set will be samsung or last stop is panny plasma, I hope this works, returning tv is big hassle.
post #88 of 955
Thread Starter 
It's certainly not an easy task to tweak it - I've spent more time than I care to admit. If there's nothing about the set that thrills you at this point your best bet might be to part ways.
post #89 of 955
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Originally Posted by 408wd1 View Post

do you think you can see a difference in the blacks and whites and the pic with this top 0f the line 835 60'' with Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 8,000,000:1 too the 830 60'' Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 6,000,000:1

I wouldn't put too much faith in Dynamic Contrast Ratios. I have a feeling the difference is nominal.
post #90 of 955
thanks
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