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Recommendations for 70" TVs

Posted on 2014-04-15
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General question.  Anyone has an experience or recommendation for 70" TV?  
Looking for one.  Not 3D.

Please advice.
Thanks.
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Tiras25,

I would recommend the Sharp Aquos LC-70LE650. This is a 70-inch 1080p 120Hz LED TV. I purchased two of them from Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BG5M94S/) in Oct 2013, and we have been using them in my conference rooms since November (I see the prices have come down by $100 since my purchase, you may be able to find them cheaper elsewhere on the web).

They work well for conference use as well as TV watching. Currently I have one of them in a room for about 60 people, and it's configured for the 70" on the end of the room, and twin 60" TVs along the sides. Even using the 70" as a stand-alone in this room, it's been fine for PowerPoint presentations, video, etc. They are also "smart" TVs, so they can show content from internet sources (wirelessly) - youtube, Netflix, etc. Just make sure your wireless network can support the bandwidth.

Cheers,
LHerrou
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Thank you.    don't see the way to close and assign points to you.  Is that because in are in moderator mode?
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Oops, My settings changed recently, so my default response comment type is Admin instead of Expert. I've set my response to Expert-type now. Thanks!
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Thank you!
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