Originally Posted by westa6969
You must be single, if I threw up an 80" on top and to the side of a fireplace and open large speaker with cable wires running in the open and media boxes on portable mobile cart the wife would slappy me with divorce papers.
Definitely a TV one needs to design the room around as it's so monstrous. Whats with ABT calling this 844 80" as being 480 Aquamotion? Is it doing what the LG's do with scanning or just another BS spec?"Sharp AQUOS 80" LE844 Series LED Black Flat Panel HDTV - LC80LE844U/ Full Array LED, Quattron, 3D, AquoMotion 480, SmartCentral, WiFi Built-In/ ETA April 2012"
Nope I'm married , ,I had a custom entertainment center made of all Red Oak like my back wall when I had my Sharp 88UM 60 " but it was large & was too tall for the 80" (it woulda placed the 80" @ the ceiling) the idea now is just have the center below the 80" which hangs on a fully movable mount & have all the AV gear off to the corner on a stylish black glass AV type rack , the heights & wides up on the ceiling, the mains just under the heights & the dual cylinder subs near them . everything depended on how the display was gonna look on the wall 1st & then work out the other items slowly to get it right .I designed the entertain center 1st with the 60" the last time around & was not happy when the 60" went in last . This time ,I knew I would place the display 1st then design around the display .
That wires & rack is all temporary as is the small table , the speaks need their grills on as well , It was a get the beast on the wall 1st then figure out the equipment furniture needs later .The one constant was where the Beast was going ,the fireplace! Everything in the room is focused on that point . I'm working on the details for the rest as we speak , wire management is this weeks task .The wife puts up with my set-up , she's great ! as she understands it's not gonna look ghetto when I'm done ..
480 is a setting & that's where I feel that the panel in not quite a native 240 but software processed as seems to have 120,240,480Hz settings looking @ the manual
Yet to see a Sharp official spec sheet on the 844 ....