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post #391 of 1357
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Originally Posted by Fastslappy View Post

here's a Sharp 94" display , This was pre-viewed at Cedia yesterday

NO info other than that one line .......a damn cruel tease rolleyes.gif

bloody hell................drool
post #392 of 1357
Thread Starter 
here's the blog I got that PiX from ....

Page way down ..... check out the New Two Oppo's on the way down .... smile.gif


http://cave.hometheaterhifi.com/profiles/blogs/2012-cedia-show-report-robert-kozel?xg_source=activity




Damn nice Stuff about to be released from Oppo .. looks like I might break down & finally get a Oppo
post #393 of 1357
my friend is there who works for Sony so I dont think he will be able to check out the sharp for me..... smile.gif
post #394 of 1357
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Suzook View Post

my friend is there who works for Sony so I dont think he will be able to check out the sharp for me..... smile.gif
I haven't heard yet if Sharp even has a booth there , that shot is from a "Office of the Future" type display / booth smile.gif
post #395 of 1357
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Originally Posted by Fastslappy View Post

here's a Sharp 94" display , This was pre-viewed at Cedia yesterday

NO info other than that one line .......a damn cruel tease rolleyes.gif

i looked overthe internet and nothing about this display anywhere, what a tease for real
post #396 of 1357
I texted my friend who's as cedia with Sony to check it out but no response so far.
post #397 of 1357
Huh, no info on a 94" 4K Sharp anywhere, I am going to call BS on this. Sharp showed 60" and 70" 4K at CES and rumor to have 80" 4K. The have 90" 1080p and even a 90" 1080p with local dimming for their professional signage department. So why would they switch to odd size? I could see 90" or 95", but not 94". The rest of their lineup is 60", 70", 80", 90". Could this be another re-badged LG 84" 4K?
post #398 of 1357
Hmmm, I guess we may get some interresting info on this over the next few days. I'm VERY curious about the specs of this new 94in TV. I wonder if it will be in the 4k 84in Sony/LG/Toshiba price range?eek.gif Anyhow that got me all excited when I read about this last night...biggrin.gif I sure hope Sharp comes up soon with something in the 80-90 size range at a somewhat "affordable" price that has local dimming... given they don't go bankrupt.frown.gif
Edited by dhan - 9/8/12 at 5:28am
post #399 of 1357
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Originally Posted by dhan View Post

Hmmm, I guess we may get some interresting info on this over the next few days. I'm VERY curious about the specs of this new 94in TV. I wonder if it will be in the 4k 84in Sony/LG/Toshiba price range?eek.gif Anyhow that got me all excited when I read about this last night...biggrin.gif I sure hope Sharp comes up soon with something in the 80-90 size range at a somewhat "affordable" price that has local dimming... given they don't go bankrupt.frown.gif

Probably with this move back in March might help them out long term
http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1334043037

I cant find were they did more moves to help them financialy and they recently partnered up with someone else too. ALso there igzo display tech that there working on should be good its more affordable and cheaper to produce with better quality picture. When you click the link look for sharp news, this website has allthe news of tv manufacturers and what they are planning. It goes in depths about there igzo panels.
Edited by whasaaaab - 9/9/12 at 8:48am
post #400 of 1357
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Originally Posted by dhan View Post

Hmmm, I guess we may get some interresting info on this over the next few days. I'm VERY curious about the specs of this new 94in TV. I wonder if it will be in the 4k 84in Sony/LG/Toshiba price range?eek.gif Anyhow that got me all excited when I read about this last night...biggrin.gif I sure hope Sharp comes up soon with something in the 80-90 size range at a somewhat "affordable" price that has local dimming... given they don't go bankrupt.frown.gif

I think you will have to email Robert Kozel who wrote the article and see if that 94" really exists or is just a prop.

I kinda think it is a cardboard set used for the 'future room'. Can't seem to find any mention of it on the internet.
post #401 of 1357
That very detailed review of the Sharp LC-90LE745U available online at www.hometheater.com is now available in printed form in the October issue of the magazine, with a full front cover picture of the LC-90....
post #402 of 1357
And the price of the 90" has not come down even one peso......Damn.
post #403 of 1357
LC-90LE745U price is 10k up here in Canada. I could get one for something around 8.8k. But I don't know how that translate into pesos... confused.gif
post #404 of 1357
I would imagine it would a lot of pesos tongue.gif

The lowest I can find price wise is 9K and that is an online price, BB wants 10K and then you would pay another $600 in taxes.
post #405 of 1357
8,800 Canadian Dollars = 117,117.89 Mexican Pesos smile.gif
post #406 of 1357
I wonder if ChadB has any plans to calibrate a 90" Sharp in the near future?
post #407 of 1357
So? Did you get your new toy?

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Originally Posted by belvista View Post

Thanks for the updates Hard88. I hope you're right on your 3D take. I take delivery tomorrow on the strength of my dealer's assurance Sharp would rectify any problem even if it meant replacing the TV. Ironically though I'm closing in on 800 blu-rays the only 3D one I own is Coraline. Guess I'll better get an Oppo and get buying some 3D flix ha ha.

belvista
post #408 of 1357
I guess he must be enjoying it.
post #409 of 1357
Yep I guess so...
post #410 of 1357
Hi Guys,

Yes I got the thing last Friday. My brother in law picked up my 70 inch SXRD which had the yellow optical block problem. The biggest thing I noticed image size wise that on the sharp a 2:35:1 letterboxed movie had the same image height as a full screen 16:9 image on the sony 70 inch while the image width was 17 inches greater than the 70. Big impact 65% more image than the 70 inch on all aspect ratios. The first movie I watched was Passion of the Christ which I hadnt seen since it came out. Its a hard movie to watch brutal visceral but mesmerizing and absorbing on a big display. I havent touched the settings except for selecting film mode. When I get 150 hours on it I'll get a calibration.

Cheers
post #411 of 1357
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by belvista View Post

Hi Guys,
Yes I got the thing last Friday. My brother in law picked up my 70 inch SXRD which had the yellow optical block problem. The biggest thing I noticed image size wise that on the sharp a 2:35:1 letterboxed movie had the same image height as a full screen 16:9 image on the sony 70 inch while the image width was 17 inches greater than the 70. Big impact 65% more image than the 70 inch on all aspect ratios. The first movie I watched was Passion of the Christ which I hadnt seen since it came out. Its a hard movie to watch brutal visceral but mesmerizing and absorbing on a big display. I havent touched the settings except for selecting film mode. When I get 150 hours on it I'll get a calibration.
Cheers
Damn ....I'm all up Jealous again ....eek.gif

L O L

Enjoy Yourself . . . . . . . . . . wink.gif

if you guys who have one these 90"ers you might try the Suzook settings that is very successful on the 80" 632 as that display is also a 3 color pixel display this display is
here they are ;;;;

OPC Off
Backlight +1
Contrast +28
Brightness +1
Color 0
Tint 0
Sharpness 0

Advanced Value
C.M.S. - Hue
R 0
Y +2
G -10
C -9
B 0
M +2

C.M.S. - Saturation
R 0
Y -10
G -5
C 0
B 0
M 0
C.M.S. - Value
R -2
Y -2
G +3
C -18
B +10
M -12
Color Temp. Low
R Gain (LO) +1
G Gain (LO) 0
B Gain (LO) +1
R Gain (HI) 0
G Gain (HI) 0
B Gain (HI) -8
Motion Enhancement 120Hz Lo
Active Contrast Off
Gamma Adjustment 0
Film Mode Off
DNR Off
post #412 of 1357
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Originally Posted by belvista View Post

Hi Guys,

The biggest thing I noticed image size wise that on the sharp a 2:35:1 letterboxed movie had the same image height as a full screen 16:9 image on the sony 70 inch while the image width was 17 inches greater than the 70. Big impact 65% more image than the 70 inch on all aspect ratios.

Cheers

You got me dreaming there...tongue.gif
post #413 of 1357
Hope some more owners post here. Love hearing about this set.
post #414 of 1357
So far I think only 2 owners posted (a few) comments on this thread...
post #415 of 1357
Mine comes tomorrow.
post #416 of 1357
Give us feedback!!!wink.gif Curious to know how it compares to your 80 844...
post #417 of 1357
Loving it so far. To my untrained eye, it offers an identical experience to that of viewing the 80 inch. Just 20% bigger, and it really shows!
post #418 of 1357
ive said it before and I will say it again............posts from owners without pics are USELESS smile.gif
post #419 of 1357
Do you still have your 80?

What video mode are you using?

Did you try 3D? If so how's cross talk?

Do you plan on getting it calibrated?

How far are you sitting from the TV?

I'll give you 5K shipping included if you ever get buyer's remorse...biggrin.gif

P.S.: pics!!!
Edited by dhan - 9/18/12 at 5:43pm
post #420 of 1357
yep, both of them.
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