Sharp LC-80UH30U 80-Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz Smart LED TV

With picture quality befitting a flagship model, everything you view on the AQUOS UH30 will look amazing, no matter the source. See more vibrant and diverse color with SPECTROS Rich Color Display, which gives you a 21% wider color spectrum than conventional LED. Android TV allows you to watch a movie, listen to radio or queue up your favorite jam with Google Play and your favorite apps. Plus, it’s Google Cast Ready, so you can cast your favorite entertainment from your personal device on to the crystal-clear display.

Product Features

  • Refresh Rate: 120 Hz (Native); AquoMotion 960 (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED (Full Array)
  • Smart Functionality: Yes – Android TV
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 71 1/2″ x 41 35/64″ x 4 15/32″, TV with stand: 71 1/2″ x 43″ x 17 59/64
  • Inputs: 3 USB, 4 HDMI, Component, Composite, Ethernet, Digital Optical Audio Out, RF In
  • Accessories Included: Remote w/ batteries

3 thoughts on “Sharp LC-80UH30U 80-Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz Smart LED TV”

  1. Great TV For The Money, But Room For Improvement Price: B+Purchased from Amazon on June 11, 2015. At the time the price was $3299.99. I opened a chat with a very friendly Amazon Rep, and had them price match to Sharp’s Website which lowered the price to $2599.99. Today (June 20, 2015) has this TV listed for $2599.98. I can live with overpaying by a penny.Unboxing / Installation: AThe TV is very well packaged and contained plenty of Styrofoam to keep it protected in transit. The following items are included in the…

  2. Great Picture Quality! Have been looking for a 70 inch 4k TV for some time. Tried a Sony XBR70X850B and was very disappointed in the Picture Quality. Upscaled 1080i from Dish looked horrible with tons of artifacts and the color of fleshtones has this ugly Magenta/Green crossover problem where darks are greenish and light tones are magenta.This Sharp LC70UH30U has the best picture I have seen on a TV! Unlike the bling on Samsung’s glossy screens, the semi-matt screen on this Sharp plays well in normal…

  3. Shiny, amazing picture, not ready for consumers and poor support situation. I’ve had this for about a week and the picture is stunning. The set up was simple.Unfortunately the “streaming through the Android TV” feature is not terribly mature. (That is my nice way of saying “broken”).Starting a title using, say, Hulu means that I will see the initial ad (maybe) and when the content should stream… I get sound and no picture. I have to back out of the app and then resume watching the episode in order to roll the dice and…

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