Sharp Aquos LC-60LE847U 3D LED HDTV Review$2,700.00
One of Sharp's selling points on the LC-60LE847U is the Quattron LCD display. The fancy name may be marketing, but Sharp explains the technology behind the screen as having a "four color pixel for more colors and a brighter, more vivid picture."
What is this "four color pixel" technology? Normally, TVs produce the colors red, green, and blue, which can be mixed together to produce a wide array of other colors. Sharp claims that they add a fourth color, yellow, to their Quattron branded TVs, which is supposed to give you that "brighter, more vivid picture."
While all of this sounds good on paper, the LC-60LE847U did not produce mind-blowing results. The contrast ratio was an excellent 4434:1 and the screen dynamics were equally impressive, but the color quality was not great and the screen uniformity was just average.
For a more in-depth explanation of Sharp's Quattron technology, check out this article by Dr. Raymond Soneira, creator of our performance testing software, DisplayMate.