If you’re on the market for a good-looking yet affordable 4K UHD TV, then you would want to check out the Sharp Aquos N7000. It features the latest in connectivity options, and it even offers an above-average sound performance. This 55-inch even supports high dynamic range (HDR), meaning you will be able to stream HDR 10 content on it. However, it does not compete well with other similarly-sized offerings from other manufacturers in terms of picture performance.
The Sharp Aquos N7000 is a Great Entry-Level TV for Anyone Wanting to Experience 4K UHD on a Budget
The Sharp Aquos N7000 is a 54.6-inch TV that has a 2.5-inch depth and weighs approximately 48-pounds. This design choice is not overly svelte, but it is still quite easy to get it out of the box and onto a wall mount. You will add another 6.7-inches towards its depth if you use the stands that can be found in the standard packaging.
As for the panel, it has a native resolution of 3,840 x 2,160-pixels and it has a hardware refresh rate of 60Hz. With these figures, you will find it a more attractive to choice than other lower-end TVs on the market.
Looking at its rear, you will get a lot of connectivity options available, which is a surprise considering that this is a relatively affordable TV. The Aquos N7000 has four HDMI ports, two of which support the older 1.4 specification, and the other two will be able to support the more recent 2.0a standard (with the use of a firmware upgrade). There is also an Audio Return Channel (ARC) HDMI which is used to provide the output for sound for sound bars and A/V receivers. Aside from these, there are also three USB ports, two 2.0 USB ports and one 3.0 offering. As an added bonus, the TV even supports USB keyboards. Users are also able to take advantage of a gigabit Ethernet connection, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
When talking about its picture quality, it’s pretty good, but nothing much to write home about. The overall color is as good as what you would get with any white light-emitting diode (WLED) backlight structure. The color temperature being displayed is a bit on the cold side as it is skewed more towards the blue end of the spectrum. Saturation, on the other hand, is pretty decent.
Even though the Sharp Aquos N7000 will let people who want an entry-level TV to experience 4K UHD performance while still maintaining on a fairly tight budget, the color accuracy could be better. Still, the UHD is quite nice, and overall performance is still pretty decent.
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