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post #331 of 1646
Hey guys I was watching the new Star Wars BRay, return of the jedi and I noticed allot of blurriness??? I am wondering if my settings are messed up, I tried Battle Los Angeles, the freeway scene and noticed it there too??? I have a sony BDV-300 surround sound system which is really nice for my needs. I don’t know if it’s my settings or my Sony BR player, wondering if any one knows how to fix the issue or has experienced this before, T.V is two weeks old? Thanks every one.
post #332 of 1646
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Originally Posted by pinkfloyd1173 View Post

Hey guys I was watching the new Star Wars BRay, return of the jedi and I noticed allot of blurriness??? I am wondering if my settings are messed up, I tried Battle Los Angeles, the freeway scene and noticed it there too??? I have a sony BDV-300 surround sound system which is really nice for my needs. I don’t know if it’s my settings or my Sony BR player, wondering if any one knows how to fix the issue or has experienced this before, T.V is two weeks old? Thanks every one.

Try setting the motion enhancement mode to "120 low" and turn Film Mode "Off". Make sure your Sony is outputting 1080p 24fsp.
post #333 of 1646
ok will try that, thanks man.
post #334 of 1646
Has anybody noticed alot of false contoring on this set with cable?
post #335 of 1646
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Originally Posted by kgehring View Post

Just got this setup last Friday after my basement wasn't yet done and this has been at my local shop for almost 6 weeks.

Looks great, the wall looks lonley
post #336 of 1646
Thread Starter 
yeah the wall looks like it needs an 80 inch sharp from CP
post #337 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Suzook View Post

yeah the wall looks like it needs an 80 inch sharp from CP

lol. I also took the plunge and bought the 70"735 and just finished mounting it. This is an aweosme tv replacing my un55c8000. I hated those darn flashlights so it is going in my room now.


Question what kind of warranty do you guys buy on this kind of TV?
post #338 of 1646
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Originally Posted by NO1B4ME View Post


lol. I also took the plunge and bought the 70"735 and just finished mounting it. This is an aweosme tv replacing my un55c8000. I hated those darn flashlights so it is going in my room now.

Question what kind of warranty do you guys buy on this kind of TV?

pics please
post #339 of 1646
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Originally Posted by dafish721 View Post

These settings are widely inaccurate for the 735 with a strong yellow emphasis.

Can you post your settings? I also ordered the Xrite pro meter and will be getting it tomorrow.
post #340 of 1646
Purchased my 734 about 8 weeks ago, works wonderfully, love the picture! Then Sharp has to release the 80" and my room is huge, 15' from TV to the first seating area 22' to the next.

Only because of the sheer size of both the screen and my room, I'd like to move to the 80"... anyone in the southern CA area interested in a good deal on a 734, PM me!
post #341 of 1646
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Originally Posted by KK20 View Post

Purchased my 734 about 8 weeks ago, works wonderfully, love the picture! Then Sharp has to release the 80" and my room is huge, 15' from TV to the first seating area 22' to the next.

Only because of the sheer size of both the screen and my room, I'd like to move to the 80"... anyone in the southern CA area interested in a good deal on a 734, PM me!

ditto in CT
post #342 of 1646
E-bay, Craigslist, or AVS Classifieds Cash only, pickup only !
post #343 of 1646
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Originally Posted by orlasttoy View Post

ditto in CT

LOL, And when the 90" comes out you guys will be doing the same thing.
post #344 of 1646
Hi.

I have a question that I hope is not merely a bothersome triviality; I don't pretend to own even a scintilla of the knowledge that resides on this site. I figured, though, that this was the place to inform my curiosity.

I have only one purpose for purchasing a large LED LCD: whenever the latest Elders Scrolls game releases (it's been almost six years since the last one), I have a tradition of purchasing myself a new tv on which to play it. The new Elder Scrolls title, Skyrim, releases on 11/11. I had all but decided to pick up the HX929 65". But at a price point that flirts with six Grand and a release now delayed to late November (allegedly), it's time to go in another direction. After a few days of research, I'm very interested in the 735.

Considering that the majority of its use will be for gaming (and sometimes watching sports), is this tv a reasonable choice? For the last six years, I've been playing on a 50" Sony SXRD, which I love and has served me exceptionally well. I realize this is a very subjective (and possibly ignorant) question, but is the PQ of the 735 a significant enough upgrade over my SXRD to justify purchasing this thing almost exclusively for gaming?

Appreciate any insight/personal experience anyone is willing to share.

Thanks a lot.
post #345 of 1646
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Originally Posted by NO1B4ME View Post

LOL, And when the 90" comes out you guys will be doing the same thing.

heck yes!
post #346 of 1646
What 3D blu-ray players are you guys using?

I just got rid of an old Sony to upgrade to 3D...anyone sung a Sharp BD player?
post #347 of 1646
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Originally Posted by orlasttoy View Post

What 3D blu-ray players are you guys using?

I just got rid of an old Sony to upgrade to 3D...anyone sung a Sharp BD player?


I'm using a Panasonic 310 for the duel HDMI outputs. The 3D is great and the other output conects to my Onkyo 876 that lacks 3D switching.
post #348 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Tornadoshadow View Post

Hi.

I have a question that I hope is not merely a bothersome triviality; I don't pretend to own even a scintilla of the knowledge that resides on this site. I figured, though, that this was the place to inform my curiosity.

I have only one purpose for purchasing a large LED LCD: whenever the latest Elders Scrolls game releases (it's been almost six years since the last one), I have a tradition of purchasing myself a new tv on which to play it. The new Elder Scrolls title, Skyrim, releases on 11/11. I had all but decided to pick up the HX929 65". But at a price point that flirts with six Grand and a release now delayed to late November (allegedly), it's time to go in another direction. After a few days of research, I'm very interested in the 735.

Considering that the majority of its use will be for gaming (and sometimes watching sports), is this tv a reasonable choice? For the last six years, I've been playing on a 50" Sony SXRD, which I love and has served me exceptionally well. I realize this is a very subjective (and possibly ignorant) question, but is the PQ of the 735 a significant enough upgrade over my SXRD to justify purchasing this thing almost exclusively for gaming?

Appreciate any insight/personal experience anyone is willing to share.

Thanks a lot.


Comming from a 60" XBR1 sxrd I can say the 70" screen is awsome and overall the 735 is great (got mine in August). I've been playing Gears of War 3 and Batman Arkham City and they both look great. I see some banding in dark areas somtims but I have come to the conclusion it is the source not the tv.
post #349 of 1646
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Comming from a 60" XBR1 sxrd I can say the 70" screen is awsome and overall the 735 is great (got mine in August). I've been playing Gears of War 3 and Batman Arkham City and they both look great. I see some banding in dark areas somtims but I have come to the conclusion it is the source not the tv.

Thanks a lot for relaying your experience. A primary concern for me is how well this set handles the darker/shadowy elements of a game. I just finished playing Gears (great final installment of the franchise, btw) on my SXRD. The game looked good, but I wasn't as blown away as I had hoped to be. I couldn't help wondering how much better it might have presented on a full-array, backlit LED TV.

A good portion of a typical Elder Scrolls game is, as you may know, cast in murk and shadow, especially the dungeons/crypts and nocturnal sequences. Is the banding you've experienced noticeable enough that the blacks become blurry? The SXRD, at nearly six years old, obviously doesn't do anything miraculous with blacks, but the PQ has proven fairly consistent across most games I've played. I'm fine with a little banding if the overall PQ is a considerable improvement over the SXRD. Considering your feeling about the cause, perhaps the banding is even something that could be rectified through calibration or playing with the settings on the console?
post #350 of 1646
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Originally Posted by NO1B4ME View Post

Question what kind of warranty do you guys buy on this kind of TV?

I bought ext.3 years in house services from Mack with good prices
post #351 of 1646
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Originally Posted by Tornadoshadow View Post

Thanks a lot for relaying your experience. A primary concern for me is how well this set handles the darker/shadowy elements of a game. I just finished playing Gears (great final installment of the franchise, btw) on my SXRD. The game looked good, but I wasn't as blown away as I had hoped to be. I couldn't help wondering how much better it might have presented on a full-array, backlit LED TV.

A good portion of a typical Elder Scrolls game is, as you may know, cast in murk and shadow, especially the dungeons/crypts and nocturnal sequences. Is the banding you've experienced noticeable enough that the blacks become blurry? The SXRD, at nearly six years old, obviously doesn't do anything miraculous with blacks, but the PQ has proven fairly consistent across most games I've played. I'm fine with a little banding if the overall PQ is a considerable improvement over the SXRD. Considering your feeling about the cause, perhaps the banding is even something that could be rectified through calibration or playing with the settings on the console?

The sxrd's were great televisions and in my mind can still hold there own. If the optical block had not died for the forth time I would still have mine. The 735 is also a great TV. Blacks on the 735 are very black I'm playing batman right now and it looks great (3D is even awsome). If i get a chance when I get home today I will put in Oblovion and see how it looks but expect it to look great to. Also just like the sxrd I notice no lag in any of the modes. I've been playing Batman in movie mode and I played gears in vibrant (to give some life to all the brown) and even online no lag.
post #352 of 1646
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The sxrd's were great televisions and in my mind can still hold there own. If the optical block had not died for the forth time I would still have mine. The 735 is also a great TV. Blacks on the 735 are very black I'm playing batman right now and it looks great (3D is even awsome).

I agree, the SXRDs were (are) fantastic. In fact, I'm suffering a modicum of guilt over considering the 735; my SXRD is still loyally going strong six years into ownership. Aside from some screen door effect in SD, I have not a single complaint about that TV. No problems with the optical block. Given what you've gone through, guess I'm fortunate.

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If i get a chance when I get home today I will put in Oblovion and see how it looks but expect it to look great to. Also just like the sxrd I notice no lag in any of the modes. I've been playing Batman in movie mode and I played gears in vibrant (to give some life to all the brown) and even online no lag.

Thanks for trying out Oblivion. Relying on your confidence in the set's capabilities, my expectations mirror yours. But I'm still interested to hear the results. Obviously, the graphics engine in Skyrim will be a significant step up from Oblivion, but the latter is still a reasonable and relevant measure.

It's good to hear that there's no lag. Have you been playing at 240 or did you dial it down to 120? For the record, the prevailing brown overtones in Gears bothered me, too. Almost seemed a metaphor for Marcus Fenix's crappy demeanor.

I'm so stoked for Skyrim and the notion of playing it on a television worthy of the aesthetic masterpiece Bethesda has created (if the screenshots and promo videos are any indication) that I may just pick up the 735 this weekend. I want to make sure there's time to have it installed and calibrated prior to 11/11.
post #353 of 1646
Addendum: I just realized that this set does not have local dimming. Like all technologies, I'm sure this feature has its fair share of advocates and skeptics in respect to overall efficacy. Does anyone have any firsthand insight regarding the level to which the absence of local dimming detracts from the 735's overall PQ (assuming that's even quantifiable)?

I can't justify voiding my coffers for the Elite's $8500 pricetag just to have LD. Makes me wonder if negotiating the 65" HX 929 down to the high fours (which, in my experience, seems feasible - at least during the preorder period) is really such a bad deal for a shot at the best possible LED LCD PQ (better contrast ratio and more authentic blacks?). I know the Sony is not without its issues, but the technology is certainly the latest/greatest(?).

And here I thought the flip-flopping was over . . .
post #354 of 1646
Hello, I'm new to AVS so forgive me if i'm a bit vague.

I just purchsed the 70LE735U. I'm very happy with the screen. Very suprised on overall quility considering this big of a TV is only 1080p. Anyways, I like to stream videos from my computer to my TV. I was using the WD Live Media Player. Since this TV has build in DLNA, I can now get rid of the WD Box.

My Problem:

I was able to connect DLNA and stream video fine over WiFi but the bandwidth is too small for wireless when streaming a 20GB file. wanted to switch to a wired connection and as soon as I did, my DLNA server can no longer be found.

I was using PS3 media server and I also tried Servvio. I made sure my internet connection is fine. I can stream Netflix over the hard-wire fine but I cant get it to detect DLNA anymore. Only over WiFi?

Has Anyone ran into this problem?

Thanks in advance for any help towards a solution.


Oh, and I also had my WD Media Player Hard-wired and detecting the PS3 Media player on my network. I did try searching AVS for a similar issue but could find anything. Sorry if this is a repeat question.


Edit:
I just realized my DLNA was working fine until i did the firmware update. I sent a message to Sharp. Hopefully i hear back from them soon.
post #355 of 1646
If any body wants to play in the service menu of their TV press INPUT and CHANEL DOWN while PLUGGING in the TV.

This will make a blue box with the model number pop up on the left hand side of the screen about halfway up. When you see that press CHANEL DOWN and VOLUME DOWN at the same time and you will be at the service menu.

I dont know anything about the menu and you could probably do some damage if you d wrong stuff but thought I would share.


P.S. The first step might be INPUT and VOLUME DOWN while plugging in TV
post #356 of 1646
i have LC-70LE735U coming in today. Also have sharp 60" LED mounted that this going to replace. the mount specs says up to 200lbs and 63"
wondering can i use it for 70" or do i really need to buy another mount?
any idea?
post #357 of 1646
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/attac...1&d=1319213997

Just got my new 735 up and running!
LL
post #358 of 1646
The Price Is Right is the first thing I'd watch too!
post #359 of 1646
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Originally Posted by orlasttoy View Post

The Price Is Right is the first thing I'd watch too!

Believe me. The price WAS right!
The picture-even better.
post #360 of 1646
Does anyone have some calibration settings that are set optimal for 3D? For some reason, when watching 3D movie, everything looks fantastic ie AVATAR in 3d, but when object on foreground that are supposed to look like they are 'OUT' of the TV, I can see double image. I'm not sure if its the settings or not.

I'm watching in completely dark room. Like I said, everything looks awesome except for scenes that throw debris out or closely floating objects.
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