ЖК-телевизор Sharp Elite PRO-60X5FD
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|This video is about replacemnt of the (Sharp) Elite PRO-60X5FD IR receiver board. I bought the board (part no. DUNTKF909FM01) for about $17 (incl tax/ship) from partstore.com.|
By the way, all the screws you need to remove are marked by a little arrow molded into the plastic. They are all small screws. You don't need to remove (and probably shouldn't) the 4 screws that are down near the bottom of the back that hold the TV to the stand!
|Sharp Elite PRO-60X5FD Review - |
Sharp Elite PRO-60X5FD - Elite Black 60" PRO-60X5FD Flat Panel 3D LED HDTV - PRO60X5FD For years, the name Elite has been synonymous with the industry's reference standard for the perfect television picture. Blacks so deep, they disappear into the bezel. Whites so bright, they burn your retina. And what seems like an infinite range of colors in between thanks to the addition of yellow pixels to the standard RGB pixels others are so content with. Elite is proud to introduce our biggest and most breathtaking television ever in LCD. It will once again become the standard by which all televisions will be judged. All Elite LCD TVs are THX, THX 3D Display and ISF certified. Features: Intelligent Variable Contrast Intelligent Variable Contrast is what sets Elite LCD TVs apart from others in the market. Coupled with RGB+Y, this unique technology enhances color gamut range and automatically controls brightness and backlight to create depth of color, brilliance, detail and black levels. No other television delivers this unique combination of image enhancing technology into one set. RGB+Y The Elite LCD TV adds a yellow sub-pixel to the standard red/green/blue color palette. The addition of the yellow sub-pixel enables the reproduction of a much broader range of colors. Precision Color Plus The new Elite LCD TV, with its four pixel technology, enables image processing with greater precision. With Precision Color Plus, each sub-pixel can be addressed independently, creating more than 8 million dots on the screen. FluidMotion FluidMotion, which combines an advanced frame creation system with Elite's unique scanning backlight technology, creates a greater than 240Hz effect- improving picture clarity and smoothness in movies and sports content. Gen-Ten Panel The Gen-Ten LCD panel uses UV2A technology to achieve a high aperture level. This enables extremely high brightness that uses a unique structure, which allows up to 20% more light to pass.
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The good: The picture of the Sharp Elite PRO-X5FD LED TV delivers deeper black levels and better contrast than any other LCD or plasma on the market. Unlike other full-array local dimming TVs, it maintains its superior picture from normal viewing angles and blooming artifacts are virtually nonexistent. Color is relatively accurate, shadow detail is excellent and video processing does everything we expect. The screen maintains black levels well under ambient light. No-nonsense styling, best-ever energy efficiency and a nearly-complete feature set, including two pairs of 3D glasses, ice the cake tastefully.
The bad: Even with its superb performance, it's impossible to call the gratuitously expensive Elite a good value. Blue/green areas are less accurate than we expect from a TV of this caliber, uniformity and off-angle aren't quite as good as plasma, and its screen creates relatively bright reflections.
The bottom line: The overpriced Sharp Elite LED-based LCD produces the best overall picture quality of any TV we've reviewed since 2008.
In the United States these days the word "Elite" has a negative connotation evoking snooty haves vs. gritty have-nots, Wall Street vs. Main Street, and them vs. us. The Sharp Elite PRO-X5FD, the first result of Sharp's licensing agreement with Pioneer to use the Elite name, won't do much to dispel those associations. This ridiculously expensive television is basically "The wealthiest 1 percent" distilled into flat-panel TV form, and we're betting very few of the 99 percent will splurge on one, especially with perfectly excellent alternatives available for half the price or less.
But if you're reading this review, you couldn't care less. What you came to find out is whether we think the Sharp Elite PRO-X5FD has better picture quality than those alternative 2011 TVs or even than the legendary and now extinct Pioneer Elite Kuro from 2008. Yes and no, respectively. The X5FD deserves a 10 in picture quality, tying the score of the Kuro and beating every other TV we've ever reviewed. The Kuro still produces a better picture overall, especially from off-angle, but that hardly matters anymore since you probably can't get one. And if you could, you'd still lose certain bragging rights to deep-pocketed Sharp owners since the X5FD is the only Elite TV that can handle 3D sources and comes in a 70-inch size. If you don't mind paying any price to get the best current flat-panel TV, the Sharp Elite is for you.
Series information: We performed a hands-on evaluation of the 60-inch Sharp Elite PRO-60X5FD, but this review also applies to the other screen size in the series. Both have identical specs and according to the manufacturer should provide very similar picture quality.
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|Screen Size : 60"
Display Type : LED-LCD
Features : 3D, Internet Connected, 1080p
60-inch LED-LCD screen
Full HD 1080p resolution
Built-in 802.11 Wi-Fi
240 Hz refresh rate
Progressive scanning enabled
5 HDMI inputs
4 widescreen modes
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