Review of Sharp LC70LE660U 70-inch LED TV specs

By Daniel Chubb - Nov 21, 2014

The 70-inch Sharp LC70LE660U is an LED TV for those that demand something much bigger, so today we will review the finer specs and take a look at its current price point to see if it’s worth the size upgrade.

Listed as LC-70LE660U on the official Sharp USA website, this 70-inch Class AQUOS HD Series LED Smart TV is designed to deliver superb picture quality thanks to a 4m to 1 dynamic contrast ratio, 240 Refresh Rate, and the best clarity for all types of scenes.

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The Sharp 70-inch Smart LED TV has full 1080p and smooth 120Hz. The LC70LE660U model features built-in Wi-Fi, popular smart apps, as well as SmartCentral, and mobile device connectivity with ease. You can see a closer look at the ports on the back below, and also a list of the connections below that picture.

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If you want to take a look at the back of this 70-inch LED TV from an overall point of view, then you can see just that below. This will let our readers see if the design is to their liking, as some consumers care about the back as much as the front sometimes.

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Those of you planning to hang this massive television on a wall might want to know how thin it is? This can be seen within the photo below, which takes a side view of Sharp’s LC70LE660U LED TV. This is an extra large image, so you can really take a closer look at the TVs thickness, although the exact dimensions can be seen further down this page.

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We have included a look at the main specifications within the image below, which also includes the overall panel size. For a more detailed look you should see the operations manual and detailed specs list in this PDF.

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You can also see a walk around the Sharp AQUOS 70-inch LED 3D Smart TV within the video below. It doesn’t offer any real insight, but you do get to look at the big HDTV in motion. The official current price point is $1600, a claimed $400 saving, although we’ve been tipped the cost can drop further to around the $1000 mark during the sales next week. Keep an eye out at Best Buy and AAFES.

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Also See: Sharp LC-43LB481U 43-inch Roku TV review for November 2016

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  • Kim Knox

    This TV started freezing up randomly, and I would have to unplug the TV to turn it off and restart it