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    This is the same one I am looking to get. So interested in feedback on it.

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    I got the 60" led 240hz 3d and I love it! I wouldn't take a 80" with only 120hz...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pro5l View Post
    I got the 60" led 240hz 3d and I love it! I wouldn't take a 80" with only 120hz...
    Well from what I have learned so far difference between 120 and 240 is only a software difference and not hardware and I'm not that big of a tech to probably even know the difference without someone showing me , and on sharp forums seems as though ppl turn off the 240 feature but I'm coming from a 50 inch 720p Samsung plasma last 4 yrs so I'm sure ill be able to live with this

    Tv delivers Friday so well see worst case ill return if I'm not satisfied




    I'm installing over the fireplace mantle , mantle measure 84 inches walls measures 94 and the tv is 83.? Inches so its gonna take up whole wall
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    Sub'd for pics and your review of this thing. Def looking to upgrade from our 65" DLP next year when we get a new place.
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    Amen to that --^

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-FLo View Post
    Well from what I have learned so far difference between 120 and 240 is only a software difference and not hardware and I'm not that big of a tech to probably even know the difference without someone showing me , and on sharp forums seems as though ppl turn off the 240 feature but I'm coming from a 50 inch 720p Samsung plasma last 4 yrs so I'm sure ill be able to live with this

    Tv delivers Friday so well see worst case ill return if I'm not satisfied
    Don't get sucked into the whole 120hz vs 240hz thing. You'll never notice the difference. A lot of HDTVs are 60hz and no one ever notices.

    Looks like you've got a good spot for it and I'm sure you'll love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-FLo View Post
    Well from what I have learned so far difference between 120 and 240 is only a software difference and not hardware and I'm not that big of a tech to probably even know the difference without someone showing me , and on sharp forums seems as though ppl turn off the 240 feature but I'm coming from a 50 inch 720p Samsung plasma last 4 yrs so I'm sure ill be able to live with this

    Tv delivers Friday so well see worst case ill return if I'm not satisfied




    I'm installing over the fireplace mantle , mantle measure 84 inches walls measures 94 and the tv is 83.? Inches so its gonna take up whole wall


    The size of the 80 inch is the size of the screen diagonally. So the width with frame should be around 73.3 inchs wide. Depending on the model you got.

    So if the width of the wall is 94 and matel is 84 you should have plenty of room.

    The width of the 90 inch sharp is around 81 inchs wide. But iirc. When you go to the 90 inch the thickness of the screen was around 5 inches. Not to mention the price is quite a bit more in comparison.

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    dont have one, but looking at picking up a 70" LED LCD

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    how high is that fireplace and what is the distance of your viewing position
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