|The LE830 Series, exemplifies Sharp’s leadership in LCD and LED technology.|
In a monumental engineering breakthrough, Sharp’s proprietary Quad Pixel technology adds a fourth color, yellow, to the traditional RGB pixel format, enabling many colors to be displayed for the first time. Featuring more colors than any other television… never-before-seen colors like sparkling golds, Caribbean blues, and sunflower yellows. With the LE830 Series, this technology is enhanced further with Quad Pixel Plus, which produces smoother lines by enabling the individual control of all 8 million sub-pixels onthe screen.The proprietary AQUOS LED system comprised of the X-Gen LCD panel and UltraBrilliant LED enables an incredible dynamic contrast ratio of 6,000,000:1 and picture quality that is second-to-none. The LE830 Series is fully featured, including IP Control, plus Netflix, VUDU™ and CinemaNow™ streaming video capability through the Connected TV Services. With built-in Wi-Fi, connecting to the Connected TV Services feature is easier than ever. A USB media port for portable video/music players is also included for your convenience. All of this is backed by the industry’s leading online support system, AQUOS Advantage Live.
Its a Sharp yes it is Sharp (the best pixel to pix5/22/2012
This is a very large TV with an outstanding picture. So far the menus are easy to navigate and adjustments to almost anything can be made. There many advanced picture adjustments that are easy to find so you can tweak the picture to your liking. Out of the box in the "standard" picture mode the color temp was a little cold for my liking but after adjusting that the color was exactly what I was looking for. The "dynamic" and "dynamic-fixed" modes are useless and greatly over saturate all colors. Most picture modes have the "film mode" defaulted to on, this creates the very annoying "soap opera effect". Turn it off and everything looks great. I did have an issue with the sound being out of sync with my surround sound system when coming from my satellite box. Originally I had an HDMI cable routed from my satellite box to the TV, then an optical cable from the satellite box to SS receiver.