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Old 05-28-2011, 03:25 PM
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The LC-60LE810UN television set from Sharp is one of the most impressive looking television sets out there. This works with an expanded color scheme that will work to bring out the best looking and most realistic images possible for one's television set.

The biggest notice that was found on this set came from its color pattern. In addition to the red, green and blue colors that are used to create images the set also uses the yellow color. This works to create a variety of new hues and colors that were not as easily available on a typical television set in the past. In fact the set has an estimated contrast of 4,000,000:1. This is much greater than the 2,000,000:1 level that most other comparable television sets have.

The LED lighting fixture that is used to get the LCD pixels to stand out proved to be very beneficial. A double-dome amplifier is used on the fixture to create more vibrant colors.

The slim design of the set was an impressive thing to take a look at. This set can be easily mounted on a wall without taking up too much space thanks to its 1 5/8" thickness. Lifting this set was not an easy task though. It took a while to get this behemoth, which weighs nearly a hundred pounds, to get up.

After getting the set to be hooked up to the wall taking care of it was a breeze from that point on. The four HDMI inputs on the set worked to make it easy to get the set to have all of its vital materials hooked up to it. The process of connecting the set to the Internet also proved to be easy to handle.

Viewing the television set at a number of angles also proved to be easy to handle. The screen could still be fully visible even at an angle of about a hundred degrees from the center of the set.

The set costs about $2500 in most stores. This is surprisingly cheaper than sets of the same size from Sony and Samsung. Other sixty-inch HDTV sets from these companies cost about three or four hundred dollars more on average than this set. The problem with these sets is that they don't have as much of a contrast ratio or color palette as the LC-60LE810UN does, thus making this set one of the best values on the market for a large TV set.
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