Sharp LC-60LE810UN 60-inch 1080p 120Hz LED Edge-lit LCD HDTV

  • Full HD 1080p
  • Netflix streaming video capability
  • 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced
Product Description
With the introduction of the LC-60LE810UN, Sharp once again establishes its leadership in LCD and LED technology. In a monumental engineering breakthrough, Sharp’s proprietary Quad Pixel Technology, a 4-color filter that adds yellow to the traditional RGB, enabling many colors to be displayed for the first time. A stunning new contmporary edge-light design proudly announces a new AQUOS direction for 2010. The proprietary AQUOS LED LCD system comprised of the X-Gen L… More >>

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5 Responses to “Sharp LC-60LE810UN 60-inch 1080p 120Hz LED Edge-lit LCD HDTV”

  1. K.C. Cole says:

    PROS: Size (60″), 1.5 inches thick, Picture quality, Panel, Price, Value, Aquos Support, LED, Aquos Net

    CONS: Screen uniformity (inherent in most edge lit LED models)

    This Sharp LED television is an awesome set. This set has the Quattron technology which adds the color yellow to the RGB spectrum. I have noticed that the colors are sharper and more vibrant. Purists will tell you there is no advantage to adding an additional color to the RGB spectum. All I know is I can clearly see the advantages in overall skin tone color, background colors, and I even noticed more intense eye colors on actors! Something I never noticed before on my plasma or standard LCD. I previously owned the Samsung 55C7000 set, but was turned off by its screen uniformity issues and “flashlighting”. This set does exhibit some screen uniformity issues, but none to the degree of the new Samsung edge lit model I previously owned.

    I found these calibration settings on the ‘net’ and they really help dial in the Sharp’s colors. I will share them here:

    Backlight -2

    Contrast +25

    Brightness +1

    Color +1

    Tint -2

    Sharpness 0

    CMS Hue Keep at 0

    CMS Saturation Keep at 0

    CMS Value Keep at 0

    Color Temp Low

    R Gain (LO)+8

    G Gain (LO)0

    B Gain (LO)+25

    R Gain (HI) +9

    G Gain (HI)0

    B Gain (HI) +17

    Gamma -1

    These settings are a great, and a little tweaking to your liking will have you viewing your Sharp in a whole new way!

    BY THE WAY: The picture AMAZON is using to identify this set is incorrect. It looks exactly like the picture of the Sharp LC-60LE820UN on Amazon’s page.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. I have now installed three LCD TV’s in my house, and the 60″ Sharp Aquos blows them away. This 60″ is sharper than my 37″ which was hard to believe. The colors are vibrant, just like they advertise. I had shopped for months looking for the right tv, and one day I saw the Sharp 60 inch amid a wall of 55 inchers, and it stood out so much better than the other brands, I bought it on the spot.

    Before that I was waiting to see where the 3D sets were going, but after a couple of 3D demostrations, I said that’s not for me. My eyes hurt after looking through those heavy awkward glasses. 3D is cute but not enough for the extra cost. I highly recommend this set. It has lots of pros, and no cons
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. After researching on the techinical spec, I choose this product based on the factors below 1. engineering design (4 colors) 2. advance technology (LCD backlite) 3. reviews from 4. price to performance ratio.

    The product was delived by a very courteous carrier and help moved into my family room. It worked for 15 seconds then the video has gone blank and locked in a diagonostic mode.

    From the very fine prints of the manual, I found the service number to call for help. The represensentative on the line responded very fast and was very courteous and helpful. The on-site service technician came within a week and fixed the faulty board. I gave the factory qulity 3-star for poor quality control. I gave the field service 5-star fro fast and courteous on-site service. The on-site service warranty is 15-months. Very good.

    The picture quality is good and 7 inputs connections. But the audio output only has 2 options. 1. Simply stereo output with 1/8″ pin, very flimsy and not practical. 2. Optical output that may not work with old amplifier. I am using blueray player to provide the sounds input.

    The screen is very thin (less than 2″) and looks very efficient. Built-in speakers are decent but nothing to brag about.

    I use antenna to receive broadcast signal, the channels recognized are less than a 28″ Sumsang TV that I have. A slight disappointment.

    The picture quality is very good compared to other HDTV.

    Overall, I rated this TV a 4-star.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. J. Keheley says:

    I have had the Sharp 60 led model for about a month and my opinion is ‘Wow”. I decided to replace a 50″ Panasonic plasma which had a great picture but I wanted something larger and really liked the led models. My initial selection was between Samsung and Sony but when I saw the Sharp picture, I just knew it was the right one. I used to consider Sharp a second tier TV but no longer… the Panasonic plasma. The picture is famtastic and the audio is not bad but I use a separate sound system. I do think that the addition of yellow to the typical RGB pixels does add to the picture. Am very pleased with no complaints so far. Great TV for the price.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Queen Judy says:



    Rating: 5 / 5

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