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Sharp AN-3DG30 Rechargable Active... Cable provider ComcastThe Sharp AN-3DG30 Active Shutter 3D Glasses are designed to be used with Sharp AQUOS LCD 3D TVs in order to allow you to enjoy 3D content on your TV. When in use, the liquid crystal shutter glasses receive an infrared signal from the TV. The internal rechargeable battery recharges via USB, and affords up to 50 hours of viewing time. There is a switch to go between 3D/2D mode and off, to conserve the battery while you're not using the glasses. There is also a handy LED indicator light so you can tell when the glasses are powered on, running low on battery, recharging, or connected to the power supply. Plus, these glasses were designed with ergonomic comfort in mind. They come with both a large and small nose pad to allow for a customized fit. And for safe storage of your AN-3DG30 glasses, a protective case is included.For use with Sharp AQUOS LCD 3D TVsInternal rechargeable battery recharges via USBEnjoy up to 50 hours of viewing time on a single chargeSwitch for 2D/3D/off modeLED indicator lightLarge and small nose pads allow for a customized fitComes with a protective case for safe keeping

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Sharp AN-3DG30 Rechargable Active... best buy sharp aquos 3d glassesOriginally Posted by crazygambitI have 55 LG LW5700 that uses passive 3D glasses. The bundled ones are total crap, but I bought a couple of premium ones that are much, much better. I made a thread about it a while back.I don't really like active glasses to be honest. The flickering is a little annoying to my eyes, plus they can't be curved as far as I know. So light gets in from behind or they have to be too big to compensate. It's all very awkward IMO. The set of Polaroid passive glasses I ended up buying are great, curved so they fit your face and are very comfortable.

Some people seemed to be overwhelmingly against spending money on passive glasses in the thread I mentioned early, but if you're already spending thousands on a 3D TV saving a few bucks on the glasses (which is a huge part of the experience and I think crappy glasses is a major contributor to 3D hate in general) is frankly ridiculous IMO.I hear a lot about how 3D is a no go until they can get rid of the glasses, but if they're just as comfortable as the sun glasses you wear while driving, I really don't see the issue. I don't even notice I have them on. Plus it's nice that you can look at stuff other than the TV without having to take them off. Unfortunately phone screens look a little weird with the glasses on, so it limits your multitasking a little.I have a Denon AVX 1912 receiver after my Onkyo 606 bit the dust. Terrible build quality, won't be going with Onkyo ever again. I have Pure Acoustics speakers that are pretty decent for the price.I was looking at buying the LG 47inch LW6700.

Still thinking about it. Hmmmmm,. It's so tempting. I love the passive glasses though. Way more comfy than the active ones.Btw does your set have the 2d to 3d conversion?

Does it work well?How's the 5700 for gaming? Any problem with input lag?Originally Posted by SillyEskimoI found out that Comcast has a 3D channel, on demand 3D movies, and ESPN 3D already included in my package. This was a very nice thing to discover.I have the glasses, more Blu Rays, and a coupe more games for PS3 and 360 arriving in the mail today and the set will be here tomorrow. I'm pretty excited!If your package includes Starz or HBO, both have their own free On-Demand 3D content!Not sure what's available nowadays (I lost my employee discount in March so I downgraded to basic), but there was some great stuff on there at the beginning of the year like Avatar Megamind!Originally Posted by Gameboy415If your package includes Starz or HBO, both have their own free On-Demand 3D content!Not sure what's available nowadays (I lost my employee discount in March so I downgraded to basic), but there was some great stuff on there at the beginning of the year like Avatar Megamind!I checked and they are playing Cars 2, Tron, and the 4th PotC. I own them all on Blu Ray already, but not having to double dip for 3D versions just saved me 100$ right there! Just thinking about Avengers in 3D in my own home on that set makes me all sorts of happy.My set arrived today and it is fucking huge. I'm excited as a school kid.

The last tech upgrade I did that made me this giddy was 1.5 years ago when I bought 3x24 monitors for my PC and set up Eyefinity. Both upgrades are total gamechangers for me. There is no going back! Sadly, I had the set put on it's stand, I plugged in the cable, and I then had to come into work for 8 looooong hours. Torture most cruel!Family bought a Sharp 70 Aquos Quattron 3D tv (LC-70LE735U).

Just wondering any Sharp users opinion on Motion Enhancement.So I hate motion interpolation basically, True motion, etc. But I don't entirely understand the technology, just its effect. Sharp has something called Aquomotion I guess, then two more settings:Aquomotion 240/ 120 (high) / 120 (low) / offWhat's ideal? I don't know what else I'm doing to the picture by turning them off completely, I just don't want that true motion equivalent. Should it be set to off? Or on one of the lower 120 settings?Anyway, excited to try out my first 3D tv.

Got Toy Story 3, and some NBA playoffs later. Does anyone have a primer about what I need to do? Does 3D hve its own box you need to rent separate from your HD box from your Cable provider? (Comcast) Does 3D only air on ESPN3D, or is it integrated with ESPNHD? Basically need a primer on 3DOriginally Posted by J2 CoolFamily bought a Sharp 70 Aquos Quattron 3D tv (LC-70LE735U). Just wondering any Sharp users opinion on Motion Enhancement.So I hate motion interpolation basically, True motion, etc. But I don't entirely understand the technology, just its effect. Sharp has something called Aquomotion I guess, then two more settings:Aquomotion 240/ 120 (high) / 120 (low) / offWhat's ideal?

I don't know what else I'm doing to the picture by turning them off completely, I just don't want that true motion equivalent. Should it be set to off? Or on one of the lower 120 settings?Anyway, excited to try out my first 3D tv. Got Toy Story 3, and some NBA playoffs later. Does anyone have a primer about what I need to do?

Does 3D hve its own box you need to rent separate from your HD box from your Cable provider? (Comcast) Does 3D only air on ESPN3D, or is it integrated with ESPNHD? Basically need a primer on 3DIf you don't like the effect then I would just turn it off. Depending on what I'm watching (sports) I sometimes leave it on low.As for the channels, I don't know how it works for your provider, but mine has dedicated 3D channels. So I flip to it, and there it is, in SBS glory.Check with your provider.Originally Posted by MattlikewhoaIf you don't like the effect then I would just turn it off. Depending on what I'm watching (sports) I sometimes leave it on low.As for the channels, I don't know how it works for your provider, but mine has dedicated 3D channels.

So I flip to it, and there it is, in SBS glory.Check with your provider.Got it. One time $5 starter fee for Xfinity (which has xfinity3d and espn3d, plus starz and showtime 3d if you subscribe to those). Thx. I'll probably flip it off, and use low possibly once in awhile.Originally Posted by J2 CoolFamily bought a Sharp 70 Aquos Quattron 3D tv (LC-70LE735U). Just wondering any Sharp users opinion on Motion Enhancement.So I hate motion interpolation basically, True motion, etc.

But I don't entirely understand the technology, just its effect. Sharp has something called Aquomotion I guess, then two more settings:Aquomotion 240/ 120 (high) / 120 (low) / offWhat's ideal? I don't know what else I'm doing to the picture by turning them off completely, I just don't want that true motion equivalent. Should it be set to off? Or on one of the lower 120 settings?Anyway, excited to try out my first 3D tv. Got Toy Story 3, and some NBA playoffs later. Does anyone have a primer about what I need to do? Does 3D hve its own box you need to rent separate from your HD box from your Cable provider? (Comcast) Does 3D only air on ESPN3D, or is it integrated with ESPNHD?

Basically need a primer on 3DPixar films, as well as other animated films, are much better with this type of tech. I turn it off for everything else though. Come to think of it, I have not tried it with gaming. I'll try that later!That sucks ^ That said, ESPN3D's scheduling is still pretty bare at the moment for live events: until late June.So new problem, I flipped off motion interpolation/ aquamotion. It's entirely off.

When I flip on my Blu-ray player, put Toy Story 3D in, instantly notice its got some motion interpolation shit on during the preview for Brave. Toy Story 3 starts up, and its the same shit. Definitely, just visually can tell. I go to my tv's settings and the motion setting is greyed out, unaccessible.So I imagine I have to do something on my blu-ray's player, which is just a Sony 3d player (bdp-2480). Only, there is no settings for motion. On the Toy Story disc, they only have setting to make your picture brighter, darker, theater like, etc. At wit's end for the moment. Pretty annoying.Originally Posted by J2 CoolSo new problem, I flipped off motion interpolation/ aquamotion.

It's entirely off. When I flip on my Blu-ray player, put Toy Story 3D in, instantly notice its got some motion interpolation shit on during the preview for Brave. Toy Story 3 starts up, and its the same shit. Definitely, just visually can tell. I go to my tv's settings and the motion setting is greyed out, unaccessible.So I imagine I have to do something on my blu-ray's player, which is just a Sony 3d player (bdp-2480).

Only, there is no settings for motion. On the Toy Story disc, they only have setting to make your picture brighter, darker, theater like, etc. At wit's end for the moment. Pretty annoying.Solved my problem, thought I'd lay down the solution for other people. Additional to turning off motion enhancement, there's also a setting known as film mode with the Sharp Aquos Quattron.

It needs to be off or at least set to standard. Especially when watching Blu-ray's, it's ridiculous. I can't believe how many setting are in these tv's to make them look artificial.Originally Posted by aDDiKt24Epson tw9000w with 120 inch screen. 3d is beautiful on it. Gaming in 3d is meh but definitely enjoyed wipeout on the ps3.

Best thing I have seen in 3d at this point is some IMAX docos. Watching tron legacy 3d with a friend tomorrow, we will see how that goes. I own 6 pairs of glasses and about 10 3d blurays.Like most 3D movies, Tron has moments of greatness but when the entire movie is taken into account it loses it's luster. I actually love the asthetics and imagery once they are in the Tron universe. The movie is still ok at best but the eyecandy alone is worth a viewing.Okay, the most bizarre, sort of annoying problem yet.

Also most definitely an isolated incident, but I have no idea where to start diagnosing it. Again,TV: Sharp Aquos Quattron 70 (lc-70le735u)Cable provider: Comcast XfinityUsing the controller, anytime I hit the controller's right arrow, it actually inputs the number 8 on my xfinity box. (I.E. so moving through menus, doing anything) Changing my channel to 8, 888, 88 -- you get the point...... What in the fuck? It makes no sense. Press left, up, down and no problems. Press right and its changing my channels. I don't know if I call comcast, Sharp, or who exactly.

Really weird.Also its really tough to search for something so specific online. I haven't found anything yet.Originally Posted by PachinkoHow did all you guys solve the legacy receiver problem ? I've thought of finding a twin hdmi bluray player and that will work fine for movies but if I want to do 3d gaming I have to use a more complicated setup with the ps3 / 360 and the eventual arrival of the next set of consoles. It just seems like a horrible waste to me to replace my barely used current receiver just for this one thing though. (yamaha ht 6160 7.1 capable hdmi 1.3)Same receiver problem here. My PS3 work around is to have a 2nd hdmi cable that runs directly to my tv and then I just have to use tv sound. Not ideal, but I don't do a lot in 3d. That may change though as I just got directv and would like to partake in some espn3d with some regularity.Originally Posted by PachinkoHow did all you guys solve the legacy receiver problem ? I've thought of finding a twin hdmi bluray player and that will work fine for movies but if I want to do 3d gaming I have to use a more complicated setup with the ps3 / 360 and the eventual arrival of the next set of consoles. It just seems like a horrible waste to me to replace my barely used current receiver just for this one thing though. (yamaha ht 6160 7.1 capable hdmi 1.3)I'll be buying a new receiver soon and moving my current one (Denon 3808) to another room.Can the audio return channel or optical out on 3D sets forward a 5.1 signal back to your receiver if you connect your PS3/360 directly to your TV? Might be a cheaper work around if your equipment supports those features.Originally Posted by MrJamesA new head mounted display is out.http://www.siliconmicrodisplay.com/st1080-features1080p LCoS versus 720p OLED on the Sony HMZ-T1.

Same price at $800. I love the Sony but it's just not comfortable enough to wear for hours at a time. The ST1080 looks much lighter and more portable. If the reviews are positive I might get one.Unboxing video and comparison to the SonyWow that's pretty interesting.Seems so weird that Sony went with OLED and someone else went with LCoS best buy sharp aquos 3d glasses. Hell, Sony may very well be supplying the LCoS chips.Originally Posted by PachinkoHow did all you guys solve the legacy receiver problem ? I've thought of finding a twin hdmi bluray player and that will work fine for movies but if I want to do 3d gaming I have to use a more complicated setup with the ps3 / 360 and the eventual arrival of the next set of consoles. It just seems like a horrible waste to me to replace my barely used current receiver just for this one thing though. (yamaha ht 6160 7.1 capable hdmi 1.3)The cheapest workaround would be to use HDMI video / optical audio for your consoles ... and get a BluRay player that has dual HDMI output. I just ordered a Sony BDP-S790 which looks to be the best BD player on the market not called Oppo (and is cheaper).The other option would be to get a video processor that has dual HDMI output. That's more expensive, but does give you a ton of features, etc.

Of the two I'm familiar with, the DVDO Edge or Edge Green would be cheaper. If you need the extra features/performance, the iScan Duo is available.Note that while both of those video processors are listed as HDMI 1.3, they actually will pass 3D without issue. However if you are looking for future-proofing, they cannot support 1080p60 FP 3D or 4K as far as I know ... so keep that in mind.Obviously the last option is to try to sell the receiver for a newer model.Originally Posted by RaistlinWow that's pretty interesting.Seems so weird that Sony went with OLED and someone else went with LCoS. Hell, Sony may very well be supplying the LCoS chips.Early reviews have been sparse but so far the only big confirmed negative is that there is no scaling included. This means you get windowboxing on resolutions less than 1080p. They have mentioned that they are working on a firmware update to be released in about a month that will provide scaling for 720p to fill the screen. I'll wait and see how that turns out.Originally Posted by ChocolatePuddinAlright about to part with a lot of cash for a 46d7000 Samsung smart TV.Its got all the bells and whistles including 3D.I wanted to know two things:1.)Is it even a good TV to be buying.2.)What is the story with 3D glasses that need rehanging and those that don't?And will the 3D effect look like the effect you get in cinemas?Does it look better or worse?

I'm so confused.Yes. That Samsung Tv performs very nicely.Glasses are expensive and yes the 3d effect will look like what you see in the cinemas. Dont expect to be blown away as much due to the size. 3d always looks better when its bigger!Dont be too worried about rechargable glasses or not just yet. Obviously if you can get glasses that recharge - Great. If Not, dont be too worried.

I have glasses that dont recharge and I just have to buy batteries when they run out. No biggie. My glasses have watched probably around 10 to 12 hours of 3d content and have not had to be recharged yet.Originally Posted by aDDiKt24Yes. That Samsung Tv performs very nicely.Glasses are expensive and yes the 3d effect will look like what you see in the cinemas. Dont expect to be blown away as much due to the size. 3d always looks better when its bigger!Dont be too worried about rechargable glasses or not just yet. Obviously if you can get glasses that recharge - Great.

If Not, dont be too worried. I have glasses that dont recharge and I just have to buy batteries when they run out. No biggie. My glasses have watched probably around 10 to 12 hours of 3d content and have not had to be recharged yet.Thanks for the info, I'm glad that I am not making a stupid choice in terms of the set.And then I obviously need a blu ray 3D player right?Doesnt the Ps3 let you watch stuff in 3D or is that only the games ?Originally Posted by MattlikewhoaI went out again for a demo of a few 3D ready front projectors, and I had forgot how much size of the image impacts the 3D. I have found that the more of your vision you can fill with screen, the better the sense of 3D depth you get.I love the 3D on my Sammy, but it's nothing compared to the 3D I had seen earlier this morning.I need to get cracking on finishing the basement.The ironic thing is I don't think most people realize that a projector and screen are about the same price as a decent large screen LCD. Less than $1000 and you can have a 9 foot screen and pretty decent 3D projector.Now, having said that you'll still likely need another TV since most people can't or don't want to use a projector as their full time display but they're not hugely extravagant items as most people seem to assume.Originally Posted by StudioTanThe ironic thing is I don't think most people realize that a projector and screen are about the same price as a decent large screen LCD. Less than $1000 and you can have a 9 foot screen and pretty decent 3D projector.Now, having said that you'll still likely need another TV since most people can't or don't want to use a projector as their full time display but they're not hugely extravagant items as most people seem to assume.The overwhelming majority of people simply do not have the space to display a 9ft image. If you try and use an existing space to display an image of that size, I think it's generally pretty tacky IMO.

When I have a dedicated theater room, I may look into the tech but that is 4-5 years away. I go back and forth on a dedicated space for movie viewing.Originally Posted by SillyEskimoThe overwhelming majority of people simply do not have the space to display a 9ft image. If you try and use an existing space to display an image of that size, I think it's generally pretty tacky IMO. When I have a dedicated theater room, I may look into the tech but that is 4-5 years away. I go back and forth on a dedicated space for movie viewing.You need a reasonable size room, sure, but you don't need an especially large space. My screen is 106 (just under 9 feet) and I'm about 16 feet back, but I've seen people do a great 96 image in much smaller rooms.

You can even just paint a wall for projection and save yourself the price of the screen.I plan on buying a new 3D tele in next two weeks but have no clue what I'm looking for. Main use is for 3D Blu Rays and some gaming.1) Can someone educate me at this point whether LCD/LED or Plasma is betetr for 3DI've been thinking about either of these but was unsure how old the models in Costco, in particular, are.Here is what I've been looking at:http://www.bestbuy.com/site/LG+55%22...004_lp=3cp=1http://www.bestbuy.co... concern over the last one is a reported buzzing sound that emits from the TV.Originally Posted by AnabuhabkussI plan on buying a new 3D tele in next two weeks but have no clue what I'm looking for. Main use is for 3D Blu Rays and some gaming.1) Can someone educate me at this point whether LCD/LED or Plasma is betetr for 3DI've been thinking about either of these but was unsure how old the models in Costco, in particular, are.Here is what I've been looking at:http://www.bestbuy.com/site/LG+55%22...004_lp=3cp=1http://www.bestbuy.co... concern over the last one is a reported buzzing sound that emits from the TV.I ordered the Samsung E550 last week and will have it delivered this Wednesday. It came with a 3D WiFi Blu-ray player for free.Whoa, thanks for all the advice you guys ! I think I've decided to just wait a little while and grab a new receiver , currently I have a yamaha 6160 (b I think) , 2 hdmi 1.3 inputs and it supports 7.1 dts hd ma as well as dolby true HD. Thinking about it, I suppose it's 4 years old, I've had plenty of use out of it so it's not as though it's THAT wasteful to replace it. I did strongly consider the dual hdmi 3d bluray player option but that's really only a stop gap solution, eventually in theory I'll have 2 or 3 devices that I want 3d with at least some of the time so it might just be easiest to replace the receiver with one of the newer yamahas- the 571 has everything my current model has + hdmi 1.4 compatibility and like 6 hdmi inputs instead of the current 2 I have. Plus it seems to be only around 300 or so dollars because it's last years model.I'd also really like to grab one of those st50 series panasonics but the 50 inch seems to be available online only in canada and it's hard to find glasses.

There are many decisions I need to make about the 3d thing- will I care to use it often enough that I really want active 3d for the enhanced resolution or should I buy a competing brand to get much cheaper passive glasses and have more people able to see the depth...Again though guys, thanks for the suggestions, I've actually mulled almost all of them over.

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Sharp AN-3DG30 Rechargable Active... Sharp Aquos QuattronSince your brand purchase decision of a 3D TV basically 'locks' you into that brand's compatible 3D glasses (they're not interchangeable), I thought I'd tell you my experience between the Sharp and Samsung.Before purchasing a Sharp 60LE847U 3D TV, I purchased and had to return due to other performance issues a Samsung UN55D7000 series 3D TV. (Of the two, the Sharp TV is by far the superior 3D Smart TV, but I digress.)When comparing the Sharp AN3DG20B Active 3D glasses with the Samsung SSG3050GB Active 3D glasses, Sharp again wins hands down. While the Sharp glasses are roughly 3x the price of the Samsung, it's truly a case of 'you get what you pay for.'Style, fit, and comfort wise, the Sharp is by far the better of the two glasses. While I didn't measure the lens sizes of the two glasses, the Sharp's lens seem to be larger and its temples definitely wider, thus providing a better viewing experience. The Sharp's 3D angle viewing range is better/wider as well.

The Sharp also comes with a nice detachable nose bridge pad that would probably be necessary for a child's small nose.The Samsung glasses are bluetooth and keeping them synced to the Samsung TV was spotty at best when sitting only about 10ft from the TV. The Sharp glasses, on the other hand, are infrared so there's no constant syncing/resyncing/re-resyncing involved. And I have had no issues with the Sharp glasses while viewing 10ft or more from the TV.The Sharp glasses are rechargeable and come with a USB charging cable, while the Samsung batteries are not rechargeable. The Sharp glasses also have a thoughtful 2D-option switch, which allows a person to view the 3D movie in 2D while others in the room can still watch the movie in 3D.Lastly, the active shuttering/flickering on the Samsung were more pronounced, so those users who are sensitive to the active 3D technology may find the Sharp active glasses more tolerable/pleasing to use.Like I've said, if you've already bought a 3D TV, then you're pretty much locked into having to use that brand's compatible 3D glasses, making my review non-useful to you. IF, however, you're still contemplating your 3D TV purchase decision and the quality of the 3D glasses are high on your TV purchase decision criteria, then I hope you find this review helpful. But at minimum, I at least hope my review helped to prevent your getting conjunctivitis from trying out the never-cleaned, oily-smudged 3-D glasses on display in the big-boxed stores!I own two Sharp flat screens in my home, the LC-70LE735U downstairs and the LC-46LE835U upstairs. Both offer 3D functions which I enjoy with the latest blu rays, Vudu 3D movie titles, Nvidia TV Play (for 3D computer games and simulations) and certain PS3 games, and could view with the previous Sharp AN3DG10S active shutter glasses.

Those worked very well but were a tiny bit heavy, used a watch battery for 75 hours of viewing time per battery and were slightly small for larger heads.Now Sharp has released this 2nd generation model, the AN3DG20B, which is both lighter, wider, and more stylish than the last model (at least IMHO). The main difference is that this model uses a rechargeable built in lithium ion battery (and each pair of glasses comes with a charging cable), and when it is depleted, you must plug the glasses into a powered usb port on, say, your PS3 or your receiver. It takes about 90 min to fully charge a depleted battery and one full charge is good for about ~ 10 to 11 hours of 3D viewing. Just as with the previous model, these glasses offer a 2D setting for small children, or those who suffer from epilepsy or have medical conditions which preclude 3D viewing. The price has also come down from $73 per pair for the previous G10 model to around $45 for the G20 model. As to viewing difficulties, I cannot notice any. When used in 3D mode, everything from Lion King 3D to Avatar on 3D blu ray looks crisp and well done, with no ghosting or tearing.

For longer sessions, I have tried them for 5-6 hours at a time playing Uncharted 3 on the PS3 or enjoying FSX from my PC, and have not suffered eyewear, nose fatigue, headaches or any other problems. These glasses are lighter than the previous G10 model by perhaps 50 to 70 grams and fit larger heads better as well.My only complaint, the ear rims are cheap plastic (likely used to reduce weight even further) and remind me of a child's cheap dime store beach glasses. Other than that, these active shutter glasses rock. All around equal to or better than the previous model in most regards. For folks who own Sharp 3D TVs, these are awesome. 4.8 stars out of five.I ordered 4 Sharp AN3DG20B 3D Glasses from amazon for my Sharp LC70LE735U and LOVE them. Lightweight and comfortable. I don't know what the more expensive ones feel like but these are Excellent.

I would say don't waste the extra $75 on them just buy these. Plus if you scratch or break these lenses it's only $75 to replace rather than $150.The only thing I wish I could do is have the option to replace the battery easier if I ran out of juice. But what the hay who watches more than 9 hours of 3D right? Well maybe my son playing the PS3.I didn't have a 3D disc but my son had a Ratchet and Clank 3D PS3 game so we loaded the newest firmware on it which supports 3D and WOW WOW WOW. Insane to play this game in 3D.

I can't play but my son is an expert (what 14 yr old isn't) and watching him play this game was like watching a movie in 3D. Things were just flying at us and it seemed like we could see behind the people and objects.Can't wait to get Avatar 3D.

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Smart TV. Now that you know what Smart TV is, here is a sample of some of the most popular Smart TV’s and where you can find them.Find Your Smart TVYou can never go wrong shopping at Best Buy for any electronic device or the many attachments and add-ons that go along with them. This goes double if you are in the market for a Smart TV or if you are just shopping around and trying to learn a little bit more about them. The staff at Best Buy are educated, attentive, and best of all, eager to help you so that they can earn commissions. Here are just a couple of the best selling Smart TV’s available at Best Buy.Samsung 51″ Class Plasma – 1080p – 60 Hz- Smart 3D HDTV – available at $999.99 – This Samsung 51″ plasma HDTV features a 600Hz refresh rate for arresting visuals. To build a complete 3D home theater system it is recommended that you also purchase a 3D Blu-ray player, high speed HDMI calbe and an AV receiver that is compatible with 3D products.

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New technology can be ideal for some people and perhaps overkill for others. However, if you do make use of video games, streaming online content, and Blu-ray, then Smart TV may very well be the new TV for you.

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Sharp AN-3DG30 Rechargable Active... Sharp Aquos Quattron50” Full HD 3D LCD TV with LED BacklightNarrow - bezel LCD ScreenQuad core processorApp StoreVoice command1080/24p signal inputs for film frame rates just like in a theaterPowered by Android™Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.Photos and images are for illustration purpose only.Android is a trade mark of Google IncThe android robot is reproduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.Are Sharp TVs Good?In recent years, the television market has become more and more competitive. With brands such as Samsung and LG dominating the majority of the market, companies like Sharp has had to scale back their television production. Despite that, the company still manages to make good televisions.• Picture Quality.

Sharp televisions generally have great overall picture quality. When it comes to black levels, shadows and colours, their televisions are amazing.• Audio Quality. Although audio quality isn’t consistent from model to model, Sharp’s audio quality is also great.• Price. You can find Sharp televisions for cheaper prices, which is ideal for anyone on a tight budget.Overall, if you’re looking for a reliable, good quality television that has great picture and audio quality, Sharp’s televisions are for you. You can find a number of different Sharp TVs in Malaysia only on Lazada Malaysia.Best Sharp TVsThere a number of different Sharp televisions in the market today. With all the different choices available to us, it’s difficult to make a choice. However, here is a short list of the best Sharp televisions available in the market now.• Sharp LE650 LCD.

The LE650 offers great value for anyone looking for an LCD TV that offers great picture quality and a reasonable price. You get great black levels, detailed and dark shadows with great colour accuracy for a great price.• Sharp LC-UQ17U. The Sharp LC-UQ17U offers a native 4K input, which has bumped out the price. However, this television still offers good picture quality in terms of blacks and shadow detail.• Sharp LC-60LE650U.The Sharp LC-60LE650U is a reasonably priced large LED backlit HDTV offering 60-inches of sharp picture, great viewing angles, colour accuracy and an amazing feature set.While the above are just some of the more notable and affordable televisions by Sharp, you can find a number of other models online as well. If you are interested in purchasing a Sharp TV, you can find the best Sharp TV in Malaysia price and the best Sharp LED TV in Malaysia price only on Lazada Malaysia.

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