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Sharp LC-55P6000U 55″ Class 4K TV review with specs list

We have another look at a budget TV now, as we always do every year in the build-up to the massive Holiday sales when consumers are looking to spend their cash on a new 4K TV upgrade.

Now we are looking at the brand new 2017 Sharp LC-55P6000U 55″ Class 4K TV with a brief review on what type of specs it features since we know it will be selling for a very low price at retailers such as Walmart.

Sharp LC-55P6000U specs include a 55-inch LED display with a 3840×2160 resolution, 16:9 Aspect Ratio, 120 Motion rate, 60Hz native refresh rate, 4K UHD upscaling, 3 HDMI inputs including 2.0a support, 1 USB port and much more.

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You’ll be pleased to hear that this budget TV also comes with HDR or High Dynamic Range as well, so you’ll be able to enjoy a much higher picture quality than what you are used to and it will be great for gaming as well.

Just remember though that it isn’t the highest quality of HDR that you are getting with the Sharp LC-55P6000U as it doesn’t support HDR10, meaning that PS4 Pro and Xbox One X owners won’t see the best quality output.

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Still though, it is highly impressive for a TV that could be under $300 during the sales so there is going to be a lot of demand for it we feel. Take a look at the official specs sheet for this model above, which we have picked out for you for a closer look.

As this is a brand new model selling in November 2017, there are currently no Sharp LC-55P6000U reviews online at the time of writing. If you manage to pick one up though, leave your user reviews below though in our discussion section and let us know what you think about it as a heads-up to other buyers.

Is this one TV that is top of your shopping list? Buy it from Walmart here.

Written by Alan Ng

Alan has been working for Product-Reviews since 2009 and became the Editor-in-chief in 2014. He has a passion for technology, the latest mobile phones and gadgets, and the gaming industry. Alan is a graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University and completed a B.A in Commercial Music in 2008. While expressing a keen interest in all areas that PR cover, you'll usually find Alan in the gaming section, where he'll be keeping enthusiasts up to date on all the latest news and reviews for consoles and PC.

Contact Alan Ng: alan@product-reviews.net

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MGW
MGW

Well all the issues posted here are valid complaints. And all Sharp wants to do is trouble shoot them. Yet with all these complaints, you would think they would do some firmware updates to fix the issues. That being said I hope I can help with a few. But the halo effect I can not. 1) the beeping with the sound- change the audio setting to PCM. Which will give you the pure sound of whatever is being sent to the tv. and sounds much better than any of the other options. (raw-DD) 2) the dark screen when watching 4k… Read more »

Brad Shawger
Brad Shawger

Please help! I can’t get the beeping every time I change the channel with spectrum cable. It also make the sound on fast forward, reverse or pause.

BWX
BWX

This is not the best place to discuss this TV as these comments sections are heavily moderated. Maybe AVS forum.

Josh Kent
Josh Kent

I was just sold this tv new in box off of offer up for 360.00 delivered to my door…..I’m wondering if i got ripped off or should feel blessed here any suggestions??? Someone broke in my home and destroyed my 65 inch LG plasma and I needed a fast replacement and was on a budget…..wanted a 65 or 70 but settled for this as it was,new and more advanced although I don’t take much advantage of smart options as i am a novice at tvs n just watch movies and what is antenna ready for now

Kishma
Kishma

I just bought this TV yesterday and so far my issue is, I have it set up to Spectrum cable and when i turn the channels, I get a chime or ping like sound each time I switch channels, any suggestions?

Ron Holzer
Ron Holzer

Got this set purely due to the price. Disappointed there were no reviews or floor models to view prior to getting this. The halo light bleed around the entire edge of the panel is enough for me to take it back. Not sure if this is a one-off or if all panels suffer this. Tried making some simple brightness adjustments but that didnt work.

MG
MG

I can say this, this TV is very good for watching up to Full HD resolution contents. However, once you try to watch HDR content, it is a different story. I have HDR TV shows in my Netflix subscription and my experience with watching HDR is not pleasant. The moment I played Defenders (HDR), the screen became very dark. I couldn’t continue watching because I can barely follow up with what is going on without noticing how annoyingly dark the screen is. I spent some time trying to adjust brightness and other setting but with no hope. So, yes, you… Read more »

Bill DH
Bill DH

Picked it up at Walmart for $300. My first 4K set. Was skeptical about the quality, but the price was just too good to pass up. Picture quality is good. Color is vibrant. Watching cable/TV programs are great. My biggest complaint, however, came when watching the blue-ray content (i.e. 24Hz movie content from blue-ray player or streamed from a local PC). The motion blurring and/or stuttering effect, particularly for horizontal panning movement scenes, were quite visible and distracting. This is primarily, I think, due to the fact that this is a 60Hz panel (yes, 60Hz native refresh rate). The on-board… Read more »

Palki
Palki

I bought sharp LC-55P6000u tv from walmart yesterday 298 $.still finding use of some remote features which i don’t know.

a) 4 colored buttons(red/green/yellow/blue) – just got to know these are special functions buttons but how to use them.
b) cc button
c) VUDU is not working.showing try to reconnect every time
d) Where is web browser.TV specs shows that it has web browser but i am unable to find it.
e) NRT

if any of you has answers to my questions please let me know

KIV
KIV

I bought this TV yesterday. The picture is beautiful. Tne problem, however, is that only the 4 apps on the remote work. None of the other preinstalled apps do anything except take me to a blank screen from which I can only turn the set off and then on again to resolve. What am I doing wrong?

evilpatrick
evilpatrick

I’m picking the TV up tonight. I did contact a sharp representative and they told me that it did support hdr10. I will give my review here in a few days.

Andrew Jaeger
Andrew Jaeger

I bought this TV yesterday. Does this mean I plug the HDMI end into the Xbox One X and the USB into the TV?

BWX
BWX

What i noticed so far: I have a big area of back light bleeding through on dark scenes that’s brighter on top right corner that looks like garbage. Off axis the colors get washed out and blacks get gray quickly. Back light is uneven and blotchy all across the screen on a white background especially off-axis. I’m hooked up to my PC via HDMI through a receiver and it will only go up to 1080p. Maybe it’s because of the receiver, it is old. I checked the enhanced HDMI setting in TV. Weird thing is in resolution modes on PC… Read more »

Brad Shawger
Brad Shawger

I just bought this tv and every time I change the Chanel it beeps. Anyone able to help me out on how to turn the beep off?

Fernando pimentel
Fernando pimentel

hey guys! I need help I just went Black Friday shopping and I bought a sharp 65 inch 4k model # lc-65p6000u but I can’t find any specs on sharps website or online. I called sharp and rep was awesome but he said its a new 2017 model and the specs haven’t been updated on website.. thats kinda un-pleasuring to hear but does anyone know if this a good buy or a must return lol! some specs would be good.

BWX
BWX

Just got one for $298 at walmart. Still messing with settings.. It is ok.. so far doesn’t seem to be a great panel, but I needed a TV and this is a great deal. Not horrible. Only had it on for about an hour though.

Ryan Perry
Ryan Perry

What is the distance between the legs?

DK
DK

I cant use the web browser feature. I dont know if it even have it . any one has an idea?

DataMeister1
DataMeister1

Well check out the manual and spec sheet here. The references to 120 Hz and HDR look a little fishy to me just in the way it’s worded on the spec sheet and the manual doesn’t seem to mention either term at all.

https://www.sharptvusa.com/support/lc-55p6000u

Serg
Serg

I’m confused, why wont this tv be good for ps4 pro/xbox x owners if the specs say it has HDR? am i missing something?

Brad.H
Brad.H

$300 for a 55-inch 4K TV with HDR? Save one for me Walmart…

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