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Originally Posted by Suzook View Post

I wouldn't put the 735 even in the same stratosphere especially pq wise. I would say that it holds up well against the edge lit Samsung crowd and miles above log and other secondary LCD makers. I've owned a 735 briefly, also own the 70 elite and even have an 80 632 so I have had a chance to do a lot of side by side.

how does the 632 compare? I've heard the least amount of problems from them compared to the 735 or 847. I really want an 847, but it seems impossible to overcome the ghosting issues.
post #1592 of 1646
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Originally Posted by NateDoggg View Post

how does the 632 compare? I've heard the least amount of problems from them compared to the 735 or 847. I really want an 847, but it seems impossible to overcome the ghosting issues.
632u is not 3D in case you are looking for this option.
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Thread Starter 
the 844 is the next gen and has 3d. Plenty of very very favorable reviews for that set as well.
post #1594 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Suzook View Post

the 844 is the next gen and has 3d. Plenty of very very favorable reviews for that set as well.
You can't compare apples to oranges, that's an 80" TV
post #1595 of 1646
Thread Starter 
i dont think its a size comparison but how the panels resolve pq. The non quattron models like the 632 have been shown to have a better all around picture.
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Oh my you guys are stressing me out. I dont care about 3D but I do like the soap opera effect very much. I currently have an older 52" philips 120hz tv and i want to go with the 60 or 70" sharp. I've read the entire thread. Just trying to decide if i should just get the 732U or the 734U. Is the 735u worth it for 2d ? It looks like the 732u may be the best value. Is the aquomotion 240 really any better than the 120hz? Also I cant help but buy online because the prices are so much cheaper not to mention no sales tax. i just very concerned about having a hassle with possibly having a broken or defective product from some online retailer a thousand miles away from my home. Any one have any problems ordering online ? Like east coast tvs, buy squad, powersellers, etc ?
post #1597 of 1646
Oh my you guys are stressing me out. I dont care about 3D but I do like the soap opera effect very much. I currently have an older 52" philips 120hz tv and i want to go with the 60 or 70" sharp. I've read the entire thread. Just trying to decide if i should just get the 732U or the 734U. Is the 735u worth it for 2d ? It looks like the 732u may be the best value. Is the aquomotion 240 really any better than the 120hz? Also I cant help but buy online because the prices are so much cheaper not to mention no sales tax. i just very concerned about having a hassle with possibly having a broken or defective product from some online retailer a thousand miles away from my home. Any one have any problems ordering online ? Like east coast tvs, buy squad, powersellers, etc ?
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Oh my you guys are stressing me out. I dont care about 3D but I do like the soap opera effect very much. I currently have an older 52" philips 120hz tv and i want to go with the 60 or 70" sharp. I've read the entire thread. Just trying to decide if i should just get the 732U or the 734U. Is the 735u worth it for 2d ? It looks like the 732u may be the best value. Is the aquomotion 240 really any better than the 120hz? Also I cant help but buy online because the prices are so much cheaper not to mention no sales tax. i just very concerned about having a hassle with possibly having a broken or defective product from some online retailer a thousand miles away from my home. Any one have any problems ordering online ? Like east coast tvs, buy squad, powersellers, etc ?
post #1599 of 1646
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Originally Posted by TimmyD311 View Post

Oh my you guys are stressing me out. I dont care about 3D but I do like the soap opera effect very much. I currently have an older 52" philips 120hz tv and i want to go with the 60 or 70" sharp. I've read the entire thread. Just trying to decide if i should just get the 732U or the 734U. Is the 735u worth it for 2d ? It looks like the 732u may be the best value. Is the aquomotion 240 really any better than the 120hz? Also I cant help but buy online because the prices are so much cheaper not to mention no sales tax. i just very concerned about having a hassle with possibly having a broken or defective product from some online retailer a thousand miles away from my home. Any one have any problems ordering online ? Like east coast tvs, buy squad, powersellers, etc ?

If you don't care about 3D, then IMO there is no reason to get the 735. However, the 734 like the 735 does allow for a full 10 point calibration, which you can't do with the 732. I don't use 240 for motion enhancement and prefer setting it at 120 high.
post #1600 of 1646
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Originally Posted by wxman View Post

If you don't care about 3D, then IMO there is no reason to get the 735. However, the 734 like the 735 does allow for a full 10 point calibration, which you can't do with the 732. I don't use 240 for motion enhancement and prefer setting it at 120 high.

Is the 10 point calibration something that the owner can do?
post #1601 of 1646
you can, i.e. it's exposed in the user menus. BUT you need some sort of instrumentation and software to know how you should change it.
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i dont have experience with any sharp 3d led tv, what model would you suggest 70le735u or 70le745u? Thank You
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Hi guys, as standard definition will look not all that good when sitting nearby this 70" panel, I wonder if it is possible to view SD material in its native resolution, i.e. without filling the whole screen area. This way you would be able to get a decently sharp SD picture, and only use all the 70" screen real estate when looking at e.g. native 1080p or 720p material.

A setting like this would be a great option for a TV with this huge size.
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Anybody have issues with the DLNA when streaming a movie and the forward/stop/rewind fucntions stop working? I've noticed that it works fine at the start of the movie but at some point later when I try to rewind or forward I get an error stating "Invalid operation" or something like that.
post #1605 of 1646
Hey Fella's

Well I'm finally back in the UK and about a week away from moving into our house.

So, the finger is on the trigger and about to be pulled on the LC70LE836:

£3,500 here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/SHARP-ELECTRONICS-LC70LE836E-70%60-Full/dp/B0075IZVFO/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1342729502&sr=1-3

But check this out:

£2,749 here: http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/sharp-aquos-lc70le836e-full-hd-70-led-3d-tv-12324652-pdt.html

Can pick up additional 3d glasses on Amazon fairly cheap.

@Suzook are you still happy with your settings buddy ? I'm considering getting it calibrated but if your settings are good them i'll save the ISF money.

Anyone recommend a good wall bracket aswell.

Thanks
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Hey Fella's,

Any recommendations for a tilt wall mount for this beast and 3d glasses ?

Thanks
post #1607 of 1646
^^^^
the sharp AN3DG20B 3d glasses are what i have.....i dont use a wall mount so ive no suggestion for that
post #1608 of 1646
Hi Strutter,

Thanks for that on the glasses.

On the bracket, I ordered this up: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001AEI87W/ref=oh_details_o03_s00_i00

Thanks again.
post #1609 of 1646
this thread is practically dead...haveing been an owner of a sony lcos set and a member of its thread from inception i see this as a good sign....although i miss the tips, tweeks and tricks available in the service menue so many were posting on that thread. after a while it became a complaint thread with so many optical block issues...i still visit there occasionally. but im glad that over here everyone is apparently enjoying a trouble free set as i am.smile.gif
post #1610 of 1646
Hi Strutter,

It was the same when I bought my Sammy 58 incher down in Oz, the TV came out - first three or four months plenty of posts with people discussing settings, mounts, glasses etc, then pretty soon after that when people started to sit and enjoy the TV, not many poeple posted back.

To be honest, I've only come on here as a very new owner to get advice on exaclty that, wall mount, glasses and settings, once I have that, I'll want to sit and enjoy the beast without looking for stuff on slides etc or freezing images to look at DSE or cell bleed, etc etc. I'll enjoy the TV for what it is, a very good huge TV for a very good price.

Regards
post #1611 of 1646
I'm enjoying the hell out of mine. No complaints. Picture looks great whether in bright sunlight or total darkness. Bd movies look great...cable has issues...but I have not found a way to fire them.
post #1612 of 1646
Hi Guys,

For anyone that has wall mounted this puppy, there is a note on page 77 of the manual in relation to wall mounting: "When you mount the TV on a wall, you should attach the supprting post"

Anyone know what "post" they are referring to ??

Thanks
post #1613 of 1646
i also have similar question?

Since the price has been very similar and only couple of hundreds dollar off. Can someone gave any advise on which one is better for 3d?
735
745
847?


I'm looking to switch out the Samsung 55ES7500 for a bigger screen.

Can someone also advise how the 2d and 3d on this TV is? i planning on getting exchange this week.

Thank you in advance
post #1614 of 1646
FYI

There is a new firmware update out for the 735u. 312U1206131. Not sure what it does.
post #1615 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Zablon View Post

FYI
There is a new firmware update out for the 735u. 312U1206131. Not sure what it does.

This firmware improves the performance of the set when receiving a 1080p @30Hz DTV signal.

This firmware also contains all previous fixes and enhancements.

Version: 312U1206131

Date: 7/30/2012
post #1616 of 1646
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Originally Posted by strutter View Post

This firmware improves the performance of the set when receiving a 1080p @30Hz DTV signal.

This firmware also contains all previous fixes and enhancements.

Version: 312U1206131

Date: 7/30/2012


and it also removed blockbuster, napster and alphaline apps.
post #1617 of 1646
Hello All,

I'm new to this forum and was wondering if anyone in this thread knows if this particular unit (Sharp LC-70LE735U) has had an "input lag" test conducted. I'm looking for a large LCD, LED or Plasma for gaming only. I will also post a reply in the input lag discussion forum for this unit but thought the owners of this one would be better at helping out.

Thanks,

Jim
post #1618 of 1646
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Originally Posted by JDFoolery View Post

Hello All,
I'm new to this forum and was wondering if anyone in this thread knows if this particular unit (Sharp LC-70LE735U) has had an "input lag" test conducted. I'm looking for a large LCD, LED or Plasma for gaming only. I will also post a reply in the input lag discussion forum for this unit but thought the owners of this one would be better at helping out.
Thanks,
Jim

i seem to remember a poster who did some gameing lag testing..dont recall any specifics...but my son (18) plays on ours all the time and only mentions occasional internet lag. no direct gaming lag.
post #1619 of 1646
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Originally Posted by strutter View Post

i seem to remember a poster who did some gameing lag testing..dont recall any specifics...but my son (18) plays on ours all the time and only mentions occasional internet lag. no direct gaming lag.

Thanks for the info, do you remember if the tester was in this forum or another ??
post #1620 of 1646
it was this one..if i recall correctly he was testing using guitar hero...but i read so many threads i could b mistaken.
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