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The Aquos LC-C6577UM is a 65-inch LCD HDTV from Sharp, released in 2009.

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Pros

picture is sharp and looks nearly 3D

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not very heavy, easy to move around as needed

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good number of inputs that should cover everything in a typical household

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fast-moving subjects with 120Hz mode look well defined and don't blur

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Cons

tends to over-adjust when the picture is too bright

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prone to accumulating dead pixels starting at around 6 months

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some audio setups are a bit awkward, requires PCM audio and won't output through HDMI only

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The Aquos LC-C6577UM is a 65-inch LCD HDTV from Sharp, released in 2009. This Aquos television features “Fine Motion Enhanced” technology, a 120Hz display mode targeting motion blur on LCD panels. This feature is most noticeable in high-motion programming, such as that from live sports events and action films. Other crucial capabilities include 1080p support for Full HD compatibility, built-in ATSC/QAM/NTSC tuners and six high-definition inputs. HDMI covers four of these, while the other two are Component. For those concerned about image quality, Sharp has employed active contrast and color capabilities to dynamically enhance the TV’s picture depending on the on-screen image composition. The Aquos LC-C6577UM is housed in a glossy black cabinet, with bottom-mounted 10w speakers recessed in the lower part of the set. This HDTV uses 525w of power at maximum, or 294w with powersave mode on.

Features
  • Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution
  • LCD panel
  • 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced technology
  • Active contrast
  • Active color
  • 450 cd/m2 brightness
  • ATSC/QAM/NTSC tuners
  • HD inputs: 4x HDMI (v1.3 with Deep Color), 2x Component, 1x PC
  • Optical Picture Control - automatic brightness adjustment
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