Sharp LC70LE650 70" Multi System LED TV With USB Divx Player & MHL
With a beautiful 1080p picture quality and a 70" screen, the Sharp AQUOS LC-70LE650U makes your sports so immersive it will seem as if you are standing with the players on the field.
LED for All Lighting Conditions
With the richest colors and darkest blacks the quality of your viewing experience has never been higher.
1080p Screen Resolution
Enjoy the highest amount of detail from all of your HD content such as Blu-ray or even HDDVD
120Hz Refresh Rate
Reduce the motion blur to enjoy sports and videogames at the highest possible quality
Sharp's advanced UV2A Display technology creates a dynamic HD image using a unique pixel structure to fight light leakage during dark scenes and let more light through during bright scenes.
Narrow bezel and elegant design are but a couple of the things that make the Aquos LED a great buy.
High Quality Sound
Clear Voice Technology and a pair of 10W front speakers offer volume and clarity
4 HDMI Inputs
Exactly that. A full 1080p picture and digital surround sound all in one convenient HDMI cable, four inputs to choose from
2 USB Inputs
To connect your camcorder, smart phone, or other USB device and display the contents on the TV
Sharp LC70LE650 70" Multi System LED TV With USB Divx Player & MHL Specifications
- Color Category: Black
- ENERGY STAR Certified: Yes
- Estimated Annual Electricity Use: 180 kilowatt hours
- Estimated Annual Operating Cost: 20 United States dollars
- Media Card Slot: No
- Number Of Component Video Inputs: 1
- Number Of Composite Video Inputs: 2
- Number Of DVI Inputs: 0
- Number Of HDMI Inputs: 4
- Number Of HDMI Outputs: 0
- Number Of Speakers: 2
- Number Of USB Port(s): 2
- PC Input: Yes
- Product Depth With Stand: 14.17 inches
- Product Depth Without Stand: 3.28 inches
- Product Height With Stand: 38.3 inches
- Product Height Without Stand: 37.33 inches
- Product Weight With Stand: 82.7 pounds
- Product Weight Without Stand: 76.1 pounds
- Refresh Rate: 120Hz
- Remote Control Type: Universal
- Maximum Resolution: 1080 x 1920
- Screen Size: 69.5 inches
- Screen Size Class: 70 inches
- Smart Capable: Yes
- Instant Content Supported: CinemaNow|Facebook|Netflix|YouTube
- Display Type: LED
- Vertical Resolution: 1080p
- VESA Wall Mount Standard: 400mm x 400mm
- Video Input(s): Component video|Composite video|HDMI
- Wall Mountable: Yes
- DLNA Certified: Yes
- EPEAT Qualified: No
- Number Of Analog Audio Outputs: 1
- Number Of Digital Optical Audio Outputs: 1
- RF Antenna Input: Yes
- Simulated Surround: Yes
- Sleep Timer: Yes
- Speaker Output: 20 watts
- V-Chip: Yes
Full HD 1080p1920x1080p resolution is an HDTV high-definition video mode characterized by 1080 horizontal lines of vertical resolution. As of 2012, most consumer televisions being sold provide 1080p inputs mainly with HDMI and support full high-def resolutions. 1080p resolution is available in all types of televisions, including plasma, LCD and LED.
Built-In Analog Pal, NTSC, and Secam TV tunerAnalog Pal, NTSC, and Secam tuner built in for world wide use for analog tuning. If you are in a country that utilizes digital tuning such as DVBT or ATSC a Cable Box or Satellite receiver is needed. If You have any questions regarding this please call us. With the appropriate setup this TV can be used anywhere in the world.
USB InputUSB stands for Universal Serial Bus. A USB port is a cable connection interface used on personal computers and consumer electronics. USB ports allow stand-alone electronic devices to be connected via cables to a computer or to each other.
Smart WiFi Built InWiFi built-in means that the hardware needed is already built into the device. WiFi Built-in tv's already have the WiFi card/adapter inside. It is ready to connect to Wi-Fi networks straight out of the box. If you have a WiFi network, just plug in the TV, set it up and you have internet access.
Smart TVA smart TV, also known as a connected TV or hybrid TV, describes the combining of the Internet and Web 2.0 features into television sets, as well as the integration between computers and these television sets. These devices focus on online interactive media, Internet TV, over-the-top content, as well as on-demand streaming media, and less focus on traditional broadcast media than traditional television sets.