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Old 01-31-2015, 12:51 AM   #1
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What model TV in 38FLSA?

My wife and I are seriously considering getting a 38FLSA to fulltime in next year and are wondering if the Sharp TV it comes with is worth keeping over our 55" Samsung. If anyone could snag the model number and share it here that would be great.
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Old 01-31-2015, 07:44 AM   #2
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I can't get behind the TV to get the actual #, but it is a 60" Liquid Crystal AQUOS SMART TV and since it doesn't have Bluetooth it should be LC-60C6500U.
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I wonder why you would switch out, other than a larger size. We have had Sharps for many years and have been quite satisfied. I know that Samsung is highly rated by Consumers Reports and that Sharp is not as highly rated, but the point differential is pretty small. Are they both LED LCDs or are you comparing apples to oranges. Is the Samsung coming from another RV or the house?
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It is a subjective call. Our Eagle came with a really crummy 40" that I replaced with a much better Sony Bravia which I was used to watching. The TV that came with the TT looked blurry to us and just a cheap tv.
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It is a subjective call. Our Eagle came with a really crummy 40" that I replaced with a much better Sony Bravia which I was used to watching. The TV that came with the TT looked blurry to us and just a cheap tv.
X2, though with a Samsung instead of a Sony.
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I can't get behind the TV to get the actual #, but it is a 60" Liquid Crystal AQUOS SMART TV and since it doesn't have Bluetooth it should be LC-60C6500U.
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I wonder why you would switch out, other than a larger size. We have had Sharps for many years and have been quite satisfied. I know that Samsung is highly rated by Consumers Reports and that Sharp is not as highly rated, but the point differential is pretty small. Are they both LED LCDs or are you comparing apples to oranges. Is the Samsung coming from another RV or the house?
The biggest reason would be contrast ratio, picture quality, viewing angle, and connectivity. It seems like this Sharp TV is pretty close in specs to our current Samsung so we'll probably keep it in place at least until the warranty is up.
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