AQUOS HD Smart LED TVs deliver legendary picture quality with 120Hz refresh rate and 4 million : 1 dynamic contrast ratio for precision clarity during fast-motion scenes. The AQUOS panel's advancd pixel structure gives you crystal clear picture, brilliant color, and captivating detail. Sharp's intuitive SmartCentral lets you quickly connect to your favorite content. AQUOS HD isn't just available in 60", 70" (69.5" diag.) and 80" screen size classes; it also comes in a massive 90" class (diag.) - the only 90" class in the marketplace - all in breathtaking Full HD 1080p display.
120Hz Refresh Rate
See sharper, more electrifying action, with the most advanced panel refresh rates available today. 120Hz technology delivers crystal-clear images even during fast-motion scenes.
When it comes to HD connections for your gear, the more the better. HDMI® lets you connect sources like your Blu-ray Disc™ player, cable box, and game consoles with the most advanced digital connections available today.
SmartCentral Smart TV
Sharp’s intuitive SmartCentral™ lets you quickly connect to your favorite content. Working through built-in Wi-Fi, you can instantly access apps, streaming movies, music, games, and websites. Dualcore processing means faster load times for apps and the web browser, so you spend less time waiting and more time enjoying. And with instant access to movies with Netflix®, to videos with YouTube®, music with Pandora® and Rhapsody®, social sites like Facebook and Twitter, and the best of gaming – what you love is only a click away.
Web browsing on your Sharp television completes the incredible experience; big, beautiful, super-fast, and built-in, you can now visit all your favorite sites in a window larger than life.
Most Popular Apps
From instant access to movies with Netflix†, to videos with YouTube®, music with Pandora® and Rhapsody®*, social sites like Facebook and Twitter™, video and voice calls with Skype™, and the best of gaming – what you love is only a click away.
Dual-core processing means faster load times for apps and the web browser. So you spend less time waiting and more time enjoying.
Welcome to the world’s most incredible web browser: your Sharp television. Big, beautiful, super-fast, and built-in, you can now visit all your favorite sites in a window larger than life. Now Flash enabled!
Split-Screen Web & TV
Sharp’s split-screen experience lets you surf the web while you watch TV, so you never have to choose between your favorite show and your favorite site. Technology that gives you the best of television and the best of the web—that’s truly the best experience.
Remote Control App
Your remote’s never out of reach with Sharp’s app that lets you change the channel right from your iOS® or Android™ smartphone or tablet.
Bigger TVs, Bigger Choices
AQUOS HD 70" LED TVs are big, and so are your choices. No matter where you are placing your TV - or what you love to watch - you'll find a viewing experience perfect for you. And with 14% more viewing area than a 65" class (diag.), our 70" class (diag.) shows you every glorious detail.
The stunning AQUOS® LED display is embraced by a striking new frame that’s slimmer in depth, so it can fit just about anywhere.
This innovative feature turns a blank screen into a work of art. Wallpaper Mode lets you display virtually any image you choose on the AQUOS® LED screen at a reduced light level that mirrors museum conditions, so your screen blends beautifully into your room’s decor. All at extremely low power. You can even set on and off times.
Powerful 20W Audio
Big sound to complete your big-screen experience. The powerful 20W audio on the 6 Series features high fidelity with Clear Voice, so all of your scenes sound great.
Posted on 7:29pm on Tuesday 13th January 2015 by Walt
OLED: Organic Light Emmiting Diode LED: Light Emmiting Diode. So the difference is one word. Organic . Who cares I did not like Chemistry anyway. Well guess what? By describing the two different tvs with these two terms many people are truly mislead. So first. LED TV is LCD TV with the back /side light […]
Posted on 7:21pm on Tuesday 13th January 2015 by Walt
While everything is not in 4k , more and more each day is coming online. Amazon, Netflix, Sony and several small startups are pushing 4k content. So you may think that you should save your money and get a 4k TV next time. While I agree that may be the right decision in some cases, […]