Sharp intends to keep its position in the large LCD market with the help of two new lines which both top out at 70-inches -- finally. The LC-70LE732U 3DTV sits.
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Hi there. I"m David Katzmaier from CNET, and this monster is the Sharp LC70LE732U. It"s a 70-inch LCD base TV, the biggest we"ve ever shot and the biggest TV you can buy right now, unless you have about 22 grand to spare on maybe a 5-inch or larger plasma. This 70-inch LCD is very similar to 2 others in Sharp"s line-up so this review will apply to all 3 models. Now this TV is actually a pretty good performer which is a little bit surprising to us, but we"ll get to that in a little bit. First, let"s take a look at the style on this TV. It"s all-black around the edge. It"s pretty understated which in a TV this large isn"t a terribly bad thing. And when we say large, we mean it. This TV"s screen is about 5 feet wide by 2.8 feet tall; and even when you put on a 4 x 3 image, those old images with the letterboxed bars on either side, it"s 57 inches diagonal so the 70-inch is substantially larger than the 65-inch models used by a lot of its competitors. So you could see this Sharp looks relatively thin from the side but at 3.5 inches it"s still thicker than a lot of the edge-lit models. Although this TV lacks 3D, Sharp did pack a couple of extra features into it including a 120Hz refresh rate and an internet suite that includes Netflix as well as Voodoo, CinemaNow and a few other video streaming features. This suite isn"t quite as good as a lot of the others we"ve seen however, and it does lack an app store although it does have Voodoo suite of apps. Picture adjustments on this Sharp include an excellent color management system as in 2-point grayscale control. We"d like maybe a 10-point scale or the ability to adjust the dejudder processing; but, otherwise, the picture controls are pretty darn good. Around this TV"s ample back side, you"ll find plenty of inputs. There is 4 HDMI as well as a pair of video inputs and a component video input; and unlike a lot of the other TVs out there, you don"t need breakout cables. There"s plenty of room to connect your analog connections. As we mentioned at the top, picture quality on this Sharp was pretty impressive, better than a lot of the edge-lit models we"ve tested, although it"s still not the best LCD of the year. Part of the reason for that improved picture quality is this TV has an LED backlight with a full array; meaning that, unlike a lot of those edge-lit TVs the LED backlight runs across the entire back of the screen, so you do have better screen uniformity, although it doesn"t have the benefits of local dimming found on a lot of the other full-array displays. Sharp invents good black levels for an LCD as well as relatively good color once we dialed it in. Its real strength though is its bright picture in bright rooms as well as this matte screen which allows it to reject a lot of the ambient light. Compared to the bigger plasmas out there, both those factors make this Sharp a better performer in bright rooms, although plasmas still win in demanding home theater environments. And that"s a quick look at Sharp"s gigantic LC70LE732U, and I"m David Katzmaier.
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For people craving a colossal flat-screen TV who don't want a plasma or a projector, the 70-inch Sharp LC-70LE73U series LED-based LCD offers very good picture quality, especially in bright rooms.
The rest of the TV"s design seems intended to escape notice, and that"s not a bad thing. We described the LC-LE830U series as "a bit generic," and its big brother follows suit. The LC-70LE732U is mostly glossy black, with a medium-size bezel, slightly rounded-off corners, and a strip of silver trim along the bottom edge (the 733 and 734 have a darker trim color). Once you peel off the stickers you"re left with just the Sharp and Aquos logos in addition to an illuminated caret (it can be turned off) in the bottom center that reminded us of the "Star Trek" insignia.
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I have replaced the cable, changed the HDMI port and done everything however it persists. I do not have this issue on my samsung tv in the bedroom with the same cable, same appletv and content. I called sharp and they said it was a "compatibility issue" and it was something on apples side. I tend to believe them since everything else i play on the sharp does not do this including playstation, dvd player, direct tv.
Look into the clip where the invertor plugs in and make sure that the top of the metal bit is completely up inside the plastic, if it is not, use a small screwdriver to push it up into place. This is important because if the metal is showing at the top, plugging in the inverter will bend it giving you more problems. The only metal you should see from that side is the 2 clips that connect to the invertor. It is time consuming, but advisable to take all 18 connectors apart and re-bend all of them to make sure they all grip the invertor tightly.