Sharp are also preparing to offer some of their premium TV models with a discount this month, tempting some of you to make a purchase during the busy shopping period. We have a heads-up on a Sharp LC-60UQ17U review now and also some information on how to make sure the Sharp LC-60UQ17U calibration is set up properly.
We haven’t spoken in detail about what Sharp are offering consumers this month, but we should remind you that there’s some fantastic savings to be had if you take the time to look around.
The Sharp LC-60UQ17U 60-inch 3D Smart LED TV is one of these models that falls into this bracket and features some great specs. They include a 60-display which is 1080p Full HD, but also can go up to a 4K 3840 x 2160 resolution via HDMI thanks to Sharp’s Q+ technology.
The big highlight of this TV is 16 million subpixels, a dynamic contrast ratio of 12,000,000:1, a 240Hz refresh rate and Sharp’s AquoMotion 960 making this one of the clearest and brightest TV models that you’ll likely to see on the market.
It’s also THX certified, fully 3D supported and contains all of the Smart TV functions you will ever need – including MHL support. If that wasn’t enough you can even hook this TV up with your PC using DLNA to access all your files instantly to playback on TV.
It really is a powerhouse in terms of multimedia features and it’s amazing to see that Amazon are currently offering it for just under $1600 with a $900 discount.
You can check out a full list of Sharp LC-60UQ17U tech specs over at Sharp’s listing here. We’ve also located the Sharp LC-60UQ17U manual as well for those that want to download that for further reading.
Those who have already bought this model have left some very useful Sharp LC-60UQ17U reviews which you can read too, giving you an exact heads-up on what this model truly offers.
We have also been made aware that some of you may be having difficulties with the Sharp LC-60UQ17U calibration settings. If this is you, we advise you to check out the videos which we have left below as these could help.
Does this sound like a TV that you want to buy as an upgrade?