Estimated wait for next available agent :. For Tech Support, call Please confirm that this adapter will work with the stereo you intend to use. Can't find your exact vehicle?
|Published (Last):||3 October 2009|
|PDF File Size:||3.67 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||8.14 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
This model is no longer available or might have limited distribution. Other screen sizes in this model line include: 70". Unlock for unbiased ratings and reviews for products and services you use everyday. It has LED backlighting, a more energy-efficient type of backlighting. Rather than the basic 60Hz, it has a faster Hz frame rate, a feature designed to reduce motion blur. This model is Internet-enabled and can access online content, including streaming movie and TV services.
It has an Ethernet jack for a wired connection to your home network via a cable. This TV is also Wi-Fi capable, so you can connect it to your home network wirelessly.
It is DLNA certified, so you can view digital photos stored on a compatible computer, phone, or other mobile device also connected to your home network. It also has 2 USB ports, which may be used to play media--photos, videos, and music--stored on a flash drive or memory card reader on the TV.
The panel itself is 3. The bezel framing the screen is matte black. Reactivate now to get the information you were looking for! If you feel you have received this message in error, please view our customer care FAQs or access your account information here. Sign In. Become a Member. Remember Me. Not a member? Need further assistance? Please call Member Services at Subscribe Now.
Or, Sign In. Ratings Scorecard. Unlock for unbiased ratings and reviews for products and services you use everyday Subscribe Or, Sign In. Component-video Component-video The total number of component-video inputs on the TV. Component-video connections require three separate RCA jacks.
One of the three component video input RCA jacks doubles as a composite-video input. This means you can only plug in one type or the other at any given time. Composite-video Composite-video Number of composite-video inputs on the TV.
A composite video signal is analog, and carries standard definition i video only, no audio. Composite is often used to connect older equipment like a VCR, or older camera and camcorder models, to your TV. This type of input is no longer available on most TVs. Ethernet port Ethernet port Ethernet is the common wired network connection that allows TVs to access to the Internet. TVs with an Ethernet port typically have WiFi capability as well, but a wired connection is generally considered more reliable.
Digital-audio output Digital-audio output The TV comes with either a coaxial or optical digital-audio output to let you route the audio soundtrack to an external receiver.
The receiver thus splits apart the soundtrack for distribution to various speakers in the room. Headphone jack 3. You are more likely to find this feature on smaller screen TVs. Other connections Other connections Other connections not mentioned above. Frame rate Hz Frame rate Frame rate indicates the manufacturer's claim of how often a TV refreshes its picture in a second.
Streaming services Streaming services Streaming video services. Web browser Web browser Offers full web browsing capability. DLNA-certified DLNA-certified DLNA-enabled devices can send digitally stored content like music, pictures, and videos over a home network connection--wireless or wired--from a storage device to a player, display, or another storage device.
Some 3D TVs omit this item to control costs. Some 3D Blu-ray players may include these glasses. All of the 3DTVs in our Ratings require the viewer to don special eyeglasses. So-called "active" 3D sets, which require "active" battery-powered LCD shutter glasses, may come with one or more pairs, or none.
Most so-called "passive" 3D TVs come with four pairs of passive polarized glasses, much like the ones used in theaters, which don't require batteries. You cannot use passive glasses with 3DTV that requires active glasses, and vice-versa. You also generally cannot mix active 3D glasses from one brand of TV with another's, though TVs made in and later may share glasses. Passive 3D glasses can be used interchangeably with any passive 3D TVs.
There are some "universal" active 3D glasses you can buy as an after-market item. Active systems typically present 3D at full screen resolution but image brightness is lower than when viewing programs in regular 2D.
When in the 3D mode, the TV displays double images, which are resolved into a single 3D image when viewed using the 3D glasses, which sync to the TV. Due to recent standards, active 3D glasses made for one manufacturer's TV may work with another brand TV. Some 3D TVs may come with several sets of 3D glasses, while others may come with none. To view prerecorded 3D movies, you'll need a 3D-capable Blu-ray player. Some settop boxes from cable and satellite companies are also capable of sending a 3D signal to the TV, though the resolution is less than that provided by a 3D Blu-ray player.
Model year Model year Year of this TV model's introduction. Native resolution is expressed in horizontal by vertical pixels for example: x for an HD display. Overall height in. Overall height The height of the TV in inches, rounded up to the nearest 0. Dimensions include the base and detachable speakers, important if you plan to place the TV on a stand or in an entertainment center.
See "Panel size without base" if you plan to wall-mount only the display. Overall width in. Overall width The width of the TV in inches, rounded up to the nearest 0.
Overall depth in. Overall depth The depth of the TV in inches, rounded up to the nearest 0. Screen shape aspect ratio Screen shape aspect ratio The screen shape, or aspect ratio, is the proportion of a TV screen's width to its height. You must be close enough to a station transmitter, with few obstructions blocking the signal, in order for the TV to pick up the channels.
Also note that you won't get any of the premium channels typically offered only on cable or satellite. Panel size without base HxWxD in. Weight including base lb. Weight including base How much the television weighs in pounds. Warranty coverage is often divided into parts and labor. Twelve months for both is typical.
With an in-home warranty, a technician comes to your home to service the set when you have a problem -- of particular importance with heavy or wall-mounted sets. Screen finish Screen finish The reflectivity of the display's surface. A screen with a mirror-like, or glossy finish may introduce distracting reflections from nearby lighting or windows. A matte screen is better for reducing glare in rooms with many lights, but these are not typically found on displays larger than 32".
Similar Models. Related Articles. You no longer have digital access to ratings and reviews. Make a Donation Newsletters Give a Gift. Sign in or Become a member.
Sharp LC-60EQ10U Aquos Q - 60" LED TV - Full HD Specs
The Quattron color technology adds yellow subpixels to the basic red, blue, green format to get even more color possibilities out of the display. Much more accurate color is the result. The 60EQ10 is an excellent performer in a bright room viewing situations where the amount of ambient light cannot be fully controlled. I will say that things are improving slightly. It definitely isn't going to compete with the high end LED TVs on the market, but it will be just fine in the right viewing room.
This model is no longer available or might have limited distribution. Other screen sizes in this model line include: 70". Unlock for unbiased ratings and reviews for products and services you use everyday. It has LED backlighting, a more energy-efficient type of backlighting. Rather than the basic 60Hz, it has a faster Hz frame rate, a feature designed to reduce motion blur.