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Hi guys im new to the LCD tv sceen. I just sold my 73" Mitsubishi DLP tv and I choose sharp a my 1st LCD tv. I have decided on one of 2 tvs the 60le847 or the 60le757. I know they are old but i only got 700$ out of the dlp lol so im trying to stay around 1400$. what one should i choose and the 757 is 300$ more.
 

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The 757 is a 2013 model... it's not that old. I believe the 757 has a slimmer cabinet, bezel, better speakers, and maybe some upgrades in the smart central (aps & utilities) menu. Despite being older, the 847 is up a notch on models chart, so Sharp would probably claim it has some advantages. Is the 847 3D? I'm not sure if that's a factor for you, but the 757 definitely is.
 

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the 847 is a 3d tv and I really wanted 3d. my Mitsubishi was 3d but you need a special unit that u cant find now for under 3 or 400 $.
 

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the 857u I can get for 1500$ you think its worth it. but I can get the 847 for 1000$ and the 757 for 1300$.
 

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Originally Posted by gohanmoka  /t/1510608/new-tv#post_24190201


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While those are good prices on those sets,from personal experience I have never like Sharps 3D or video processing. Sharp panels seem to be a bit slower in native refresh, so they introduce interpolation (soap opera effect) that in all modes but "game" is present. If you are someone that likes to adjust the picture to your liking Sharp offers good tools, but even with all Aqua motion setting turned off it is present. This year the best bang for the buck seems to be the Vizio M-series and Panasonic ST60 (if you can find one).
 

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ya thanks I was looking at both of those. but the st60 is very hard to find in a 60" only 65 and 55. You really think the M series is better?
 
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