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post #151 of 1646
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Originally Posted by orlasttoy View Post

Any of you guys mount this thing on the wall? If so, what mount are you using? My TV gets here in 10 days & I want everything to be ready!

Thanks!

Any standard flat or tilt mount will work that says it can handle a 70" unit, no special bolt array on these 70" units. Or are you looking for an articulating mount?
post #152 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma View Post

Any standard flat or tilt mount will work that says it can handle a 70" unit, no special bolt array on these 70" units. Or are you looking for an articulating mount?

I think I just need it to tilt up & down...it's across a wall of windows....I may need to adjust for reflection. Any more articulation could spell disaster with 3 kids in the house
post #153 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma View Post
You will not be eating your shirt.....I can assure you of that. Street price will be just under 5K for the 80".
Do you know if that price will include 3D?
post #154 of 1646
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by jwc3 View Post
Do you know if that price will include 3D?
no information indicates this will include 3d. Cant see that possible at that price point
post #155 of 1646
I have exact same question. Thinking about buy either 733 from Costco, or 735 from sears (if they have it in store). I checked sharp's site, it mentioned "Quad Pixel Plus" in 732, 734 and 735, just didn't mention it in 733. What this "Quad Pixel Plus" for? is it really useful?

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Originally Posted by bob13654 View Post
I have another question and maybe someone can help. Other than 3D, what is the difference between the 733 and 735? I looked and the 733 was 240Hz Aquamotion, so is there any other difference?
post #156 of 1646
OK, I have finally dialed in the picture and it looks AWESOME! I used the youtube settings primarily but they omitted a few settings so I added settings from a different pro calibration. Here are my exact settings on the 735.

AV mode--Movie

OPC off (I have been keeping this on during daytime viewing because it makes the picture brighter in full sunlight)

Backlight 0 (standard)
Contrast +38
Brightness -8
Color +8
Tint 0
Sharpness +3

Advanced

CMS Hue
R +11
Y +17
G +11
C +30
B +13
M +1

CMS Saturation
R +7
Y +8
G +8
C +9
B +3
M +3

CMS Value
R +15
Y +20
G +25
C +30
B +4
M +14

Color Gamut Range Standard

Color Temp Low

10 point setting off

R gain(LO) -2
G gain (LO) 0
B gain (LO) +17
R gain (HI) +1
G gain (HI) -9
B gain (HI) +5

Motion Enhancement 120 Low (You can change this to Aquamotion 240 for sports if you want to for fast moving objects like baseball and football but it slightly darkens the screen)

Quad Pixel Plus off
Active Contrast off
Gamma -1
Film Mode off
Digital Noise Reduction off
Monochrome off
Range of OPC Max +16 Min +5
post #157 of 1646
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by dafish721 View Post

OK, I have finally dialed in the picture and it looks AWESOME! I used the youtube settings primarily but they omitted a few settings so I added settings from a different pro calibration. Here are my exact settings on the 735.

AV mode--Movie

OPC off (I have been keeping this on during daytime viewing because it makes the picture brighter in full sunlight)

Backlight 0 (standard)
Contrast +38
Brightness -8
Color +8
Tint 0
Sharpness +3

Advanced

CMS Hue
R +11
Y +17
G +11
C +30
B +13
M +1

CMS Saturation
R +7
Y +8
G +8
C +9
B +3
M +3

CMS Value
R +15
Y +20
G +25
C +30
B +4
M +14

Color Gamut Range Standard

Color Temp Low

10 point setting off

R gain(LO) -2
G gain (LO) 0
B gain (LO) +17
R gain (HI) +1
G gain (HI) -9
B gain (HI) +5

Motion Enhancement 120 Low (You can change this to Aquamotion 240 for sports if you want to for fast moving objects like baseball and football but it slightly darkens the screen)

Quad Pixel Plus off
Active Contrast off
Gamma -1
Film Mode off
Digital Noise Reduction off
Monochrome off
Range of OPC Max +16 Min +5

Pics please
post #158 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Suzook View Post

Pics please

Pics to come this weekend or early next week. Waiting on replacement Onkyo 809 that arrived DOA. After I have the new receiver I will post pics of the PQ of the TV and of the HT setup.
post #159 of 1646
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Originally Posted by dafish721 View Post

OK, I have finally dialed in the picture and it looks AWESOME! I used the youtube settings primarily but they omitted a few settings so I added settings from a different pro calibration. Here are my exact settings on the 735.

AV mode--Movie

OPC off (I have been keeping this on during daytime viewing because it makes the picture brighter in full sunlight)

Backlight 0 (standard)
Contrast +38
Brightness -8
Color +8
Tint 0
Sharpness +3

Advanced

CMS Hue
R +11
Y +17
G +11
C +30
B +13
M +1

CMS Saturation
R +7
Y +8
G +8
C +9
B +3
M +3

CMS Value
R +15
Y +20
G +25
C +30
B +4
M +14

Color Gamut Range Standard

Color Temp Low

10 point setting off

R gain(LO) -2
G gain (LO) 0
B gain (LO) +17
R gain (HI) +1
G gain (HI) -9
B gain (HI) +5

Motion Enhancement 120 Low (You can change this to Aquamotion 240 for sports if you want to for fast moving objects like baseball and football but it slightly darkens the screen)

Quad Pixel Plus off
Active Contrast off
Gamma -1
Film Mode off
Digital Noise Reduction off
Monochrome off
Range of OPC Max +16 Min +5

Thx for the info
post #160 of 1646
Went by Best Buy today and looked at the 735. I noticed they had the 70X5 Elite so I checked that out as well. The 735 didn't look great, but they were playing their promotional loop that was split to about 30 TVs and none of them really looked very good.

The Elite on the other hand had a dedicated BD player showing Star Trek (2009) and it looked amazing. I really need a new TV and I was thinking about the 735. I just can't bring myself to pay $8,000 for a TV. It's not a matter of affording it, it's just that I think that price is crazy. I know the 735 will look better when it is calibrated and hooked up to a decent source, but will it ever be able to have a picture that is somewhat close to the Elites? I wish I never saw the 70X5.
post #161 of 1646
I would not put yourself at finacial risk for a TV. If you can not afford it, you can not afford it. Lets say the Elite is a perfect 10 on a scale of 1-10. I think the Sharp would be a 6-7.5 depending who you would ask. Keep in mind there are some people out there that are not videophyles and would say the 735 is a 10 too. Take a breath, look at the pricing again of these units with this info in hand.

--Keep in mind calibration is $400 and will help the piture to an extreme degree with the 732, 734, and 735.

My opinion, everyone has one.......
post #162 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma View Post

I would not put yourself at finacial risk for a TV. If you can not afford it, you can not afford it. Lets say the Elite is a perfect 10 on a scale of 1-10. I think the Sharp would be a 6-7.5 depending who you would ask. Keep in mind there are some people out there that are not videophyles and would say the 735 is a 10 too. Take a breath, look at the pricing again of these units with this info in hand.

--Keep in mind calibration is $400 and will help the piture to an extreme degree with the 732, 734, and 735.

My opinion, everyone has one.......

I appreciate the input. Like I said, it's not a matter of affording it, I'm fortunate in that way, but I just have a hard time squaring it in my mind to spend twice the cost of the 735 for what may not be a drastically different experience, to me, once set up and calibrated. I also am concerned about the reflective screen on the Elite as my Den has some late afternoon/early evening sunlight issues.
post #163 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Choptop32 View Post

Question for 735 owners... have you noticed the Soap Opera Effect with this set on 2D content?

the reason I'm asking... I'm one of those weirdo's that LIKES the SOE on occasion. It would be nice to be able to turn it on and off.

Just wondering if its apparent on this set.

anyone?
post #164 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Choptop32 View Post


anyone?

Turn off film mode or set it to standard.
post #165 of 1646
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Originally Posted by bob13654 View Post

On another note, I see some talk about the 80" in this thread. I was at Sam's Club last week looking at the 733 and there was a Sharp rep in the store who walked up to me while I was looking. First thing out of his mouth was that there is a new 80" model coming soon. I told him that I had read that (here of course) on the internet and that I had heard that it would be a few months. He said he just had a meeting the day before and was told maybe 3-4 weeks. I asked him what he thought retail would be on one and he said they were aiming for a $3,600-$3,800 retail price. Of course he could be full of crap so take it with a grain of salt, but he actually told me to wait a few weeks for the 80". Wouldn't seem like something you would expect from a manufacturer's rep.

Yes, I heard the same thing from a salesman that had just talked to a Sharp rep. who indicated that the original price for those early adopters would be around the 5K mark (as suggested by Chris from clev plasma) but that after that the price you quoted would be their expected price point. Anyone??
post #166 of 1646
I am seeing cost, that price he quoted is below our cost.......
post #167 of 1646
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Originally Posted by bob13654 View Post

Went by Best Buy today and looked at the 735. I noticed they had the 70X5 Elite so I checked that out as well. The 735 didn't look great, but they were playing their promotional loop that was split to about 30 TVs and none of them really looked very good.

The Elite on the other hand had a dedicated BD player showing Star Trek (2009) and it looked amazing.

The Elite comes perfectly calibrated and the dealer 735's are programmed to the Dynamic mode. If fact if you switch to User mode it will automatically switch back to dynamic mode within about 30 minutes.
This is what you saw.

This allows new-bee's to come to invalid conclusion allowing the dealer to profit. Slap me five dude! It's a carefully orchestrated set-up.
I was able to defeat it by bringing in my own 3D discs which forced the TV to change to Standard mode which is actually excellent in 3D.
So to see how great the 735 is, take a 3D Blu-ray like Tangled in to Magnolia then prepare to be blown away. Then realize what a good deal the 735 is!
post #168 of 1646
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Originally Posted by HiFiFun View Post

The Elite comes perfectly calibrated and the dealer 735's are programmed to the Dynamic mode. If fact if you switch to User mode it will automatically switch back to dynamic mode within about 30 minutes.
This is what you saw.

This allows new-bee's to come to invalid conclusion allowing the dealer to profit. Slap me five dude! It's a carefully orchestrated set-up.
I was able to defeat it by bringing in my own 3D discs which forced the TV to change to Standard mode which is actually excellent in 3D.
So to see how great the 735 is, take a 3D Blu-ray like Tangled in to Magnolia then prepare to be blown away. Then realize what a good deal the 735 is!

Agreed! Once properly calibrated the PQ is excellent. There is a point of diminishing returns when it comes to the 70" Elite. For that kind of money I would rather wait and get the 80" version of the 735 when it comes out down the road (would assume if they follow the same time line as the 73* maybe the end of the year or beginning of 2012.) Street would probably be a few thousand less than the $8000 the Elite is selling for.
post #169 of 1646
Are dead pixels a problem with these displays? I'm going to pull the trigger on one of these either tomorrow or Saturday, but I'm trying to decide if I should buy online or locally. My problem is that if I receive a display that has issues it is much easier to take it back to some place like Sears or BB and return/exchange it than it is online.
post #170 of 1646
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Originally Posted by sonnyc View Post

Turn off film mode or set it to standard.

and this will produce the Soap Opera Effect?

can someone please just answer... Yes or No...

do this set produce the Soap Opera Effect?
post #171 of 1646
post #172 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Choptop32 View Post


and this will produce the Soap Opera Effect?

can someone please just answer... Yes or No...

do this set produce the Soap Opera Effect?

Sorry. Film mode only reduce the blur motion as in moving football, baseball etc...

Motion Enhancement if turn off will reduce SOE.
post #173 of 1646
let me clarify again....

I LIKE the Soap Opera Effect...


Will this set produce the Soap Opera Effect? Yes or No?
post #174 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Choptop32 View Post

let me clarify again....

I LIKE the Soap Opera Effect...

Will this set produce the Soap Opera Effect? Yes or No?

Then you will like it. So yes
post #175 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Choptop32 View Post

http://www.abt.com/product/56300/Sharp-LC80LE632U.html

80 inch... 120hz and no 3D.

Question. Isn't the 632 series a step down from the 732 series? Less features etc?

Ben Music
post #176 of 1646
I've had my 735 for a couple of weeks now and am very happy with it. I had it professionally calibrated just two days after it arrived, so I really didn't get a chance to use it very much before it was calibrated.. the calibration took almost 3 hours and the picture quality looks incredible to me. I've never had a TV with 3D before but I must say its incredible. If anybody is interested, I could post some of the calibration results.. anybody in the san diego area is welcome to come check it out in person if you're considering pulling the trigger on this unit.

I do not see much, if any of the soap opera effect - I believe this has to do with the calibration as most of that motion enhancement stuff was turned off.
post #177 of 1646
Please post calibration
post #178 of 1646
Brettcp, please PM me the calibration. thanks.
post #179 of 1646
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Originally Posted by bxbigpipi View Post

Please post calibration

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Originally Posted by dsully444 View Post

Brettcp, please PM me the calibration. thanks.

Have you tried the one I posted above 2 days ago?
post #180 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Ben Music View Post

Question. Isn't the 632 series a step down from the 732 series? Less features etc?

Ben Music

Yes it is. It's without Quattron but is still a 10G product with ten bit panel and ten bit processing. Should still be great and some may like it not having the Quattron but is not going to match the Elite series for sure but huge bang HT PQ no one can come close to in that price and size ratio unless you go Mits DLP or Projector.

I thought I saw it as a pre-order at ABT for $4999 MSRP. Spec's can be seen here: http://www.abt.com/product/56300/Sha...m_term=Primary
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