Sharp LC-43N6100U 43" 4K Ultra HD 2160p 60Hz LED Smart HDTV (4K x 2K)

Sharp LC-43N6100U 43" 4K Ultra HD 2160p 60Hz LED Smart HDTV (4K x 2K)

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  • 43" diagonal screen size
  • HDMI Inputs: 4
  • Wall-mountable
  • Built-in WiFi
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  • 43" diagonal screen size
  • HDMI Inputs: 4
  • Wall-mountable
  • Built-in WiFi
  • Customer Reviews
    3.4 out of 5 Stars
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    Excellent Gaming Screen

    I am using this as a computer panel and it works amazingly well! As other's have noted, there is no Hulu app and no way to install one, but I would hardly take 2 or 3 stars off the rating as other's have done, that is absurd. Let's talk hardware instead, (get a roku or apple tv if you want hulu). The screen pixel density is 4x4 giving a true 4k experience when used with the proper HDMI 2.0+ cable it runs 4k at 60hz. Tearing is almost non existent with the proper video card configuration. The ability to turn off noise correction and the internal TV pre-processing is great for gaming on this. Placing the screen in game mode effectively disables most of the internal tv processing. Color adjustments are granular and easy to achieve. If you have an older flat panel tv, you'll be surprised at how light this unit is. It has a VESA back on it to mount it on the wall as I have done in front of my desk(forgive my messy desk). I highly recommend this for a low cost 4k screen if you are look to game with it. I had a soundbar connected to it with no problem. Some other reviews said they couldn't - I don't know works great. You can plug it into the digital audio out port or run it through the standard RCA (red, white, yellow) ports. I especially like that you can run an ethernet cable into it because streaming 4k video over wi-fi is not where it's at! You'll run into buffering issues, especially with YouTube and Netflix. Note, you need to be on the highest streaming plan with Netflix to get access to the 4k streams (it's only $4 more per month).

    Finally received HDR firmware update

    I have had this TV for several months. Great budget 4K screen. Zero problems. Only complaint I had was there was no HDR support over HDMI despite it being advertised as a feature. Well today 06/21/17 I received a firmware update (V00.01.00a.H0418) that added this feature to the TV's HDMI 2.0 ports.

    Still no hdr even with recent firmware update

    Still no HDR through hdmi and I've contacted sharp support about it twice. Same scripted reply...working on it...yada...yada. I don't know how other people got hdr but I tested the TV with the new update using stock tv apps, 4k streaming setup boxes with hdr and ps4. STILL NO HDR!!!

    My new sharp television sets

    43 inch Sharp 4K TV with 4 HDMI inputs. Excellent image, speedy delivery, easy set up. Overall a wonderful experience.

    UHD 4K@60hz Driving Simulator heaven on GTX970

    I had a few doubts about this TV as it is one of the first of the Sharp tvs that are re-branded Hisense displays, but it is essentially manufactured at the same plant Sharp displays were made anyway. My main goal was to find an affordable UHD display larger than 34 inches. It was a toss up between an 40-43" UHDTV or 21:9 curved 34" monitor, and I decided 21:9 curved, while a novelty, was a bit extreme and not truly 4K. The next toss up was between this TV, Sharp's older 43" 4K TV LC-43UB30U, which had mediocre reviews mainly due to its strange and limited remote. This TV has a very simple and effective remote with all the expected number pad keys etc. This display is newer but considerably less expensive to the LC-43UB30U, with the most notable lacking feature being Aquomotion 120, though the website lists Aquomotion as a feature yet the specifications has a "No" underneath Aquomotion (they better fix that). For PC monitor use, it's important to use the 4K60Hz HDMI 2.0 connectors on the REAR of the panel, not the side which are 4K30Hz . My ASUS Strix GTX970 bios needed an update in order to sync correctly at 4K60Hz - the bios shipped with the graphics card caused "pink and green" screen at 4K60Hz . I was puzzled thinking it was a cable issue, between highspeed "1.4" and ultraHD "2.0" hdmi cables. The 10gb Amazon basics HDMI cable actually seemed to work fine at 4K60Hz , though I've opted to use Monster 18gb UHD cables. I mainly play driving simulator games, and this display has been a treat. There's minimal screen tear with vertical sync off and absolutely none with sync on. Sure this TV can't hit 100-120Hz like some nice high end 21:9 monitors, but the screen realestate makes up for it. This display's native resolution is 1920x1080@60Hz and requires some display setting changes in 3840x2160 in order to get a comfortable reading font size. Windows 10 sets the sizing zoom to 225% but I've lowered mine to 150% zoom rate. One reason why it doesn't get 5 stars is because it only has a one year warranty. The Hisense model has a 4 year warranty, so purchasing extended warranty may be necessary down the line. Another reason is it isn't necessarily the best bargain deal- the 43in 4K Sceptre at $250 is a steal considering it is a 4K display though it has no Smart TV features. If this TV were in a similar price range with no Smart TV features I would buy two more.

    Excellent TV for the $$$. 4K Brilliance

    I purchased this TV a few days ago and was very impressed with the picture quality for the price I paid. Setup was painless and within 3 minutes it was up and running. I noticed that a lot of the reviews here complained about no HDR support so I emailed Sharp to inquire about the release of a firmware update to enable HDR. They responded immediately telling me that the update was going to be released very soon. Well, low and behold the update was released this morning and my tv automatically updated to include HDR support! I was very impressed!! The only issue now is that HULU is not available on the TV. I had to purchase a chromecast ultra to remedy that issue. Overall, I am pleased with this purchase and recommend it to anyone looking for a 43" 4K tv for under $400.00.

    Bang for the buck

    I just got this TV for a bedroom tv. For the money you can't beat it. I'm a Samsung guy but didn't want to spend the money for a bedroom tv. The sound quality is good for TV speakers. And the picture is fine. You can't really complain about a good quality tv 43" 4k smart tv that's a good tv for under 400. It is worth the money and those complaining about sound or picture need to use their settings.

    Nice TV, good value for 4K

    Delivered from Walmart in good shape. Easy to set up initially, nice picture. Has ample HDMI ports, an optical & a few other connectors. Sound is slightly better than average for a flat screen but not amazing. Bad remote, uncomfortable to use, not ergonomic, codes seem impossible to get on Direct TV. As with my other Sharp TV, the ARC is problematic and rarely works. Too bad, I had to run the sound system through the headphone jack...and the sound system is a Sharp. Not even compatible with their own products. Directions are poor, in some cases they send you to the web and the only support is the same directions that just sent you there. If you like to tweak things to your liking you may not like this setup. No bass or treble controls, but several other sound options. The biggest disappointment is the Smart aspect of this TV. No HULU, no way to download it. It does have Netflix and Amazon but somehow the Amazon interface is not the same as on the Fire stick or Fire TV. There are fewer Amazon options. Regardless, this is a good value for a 4K TV but do not buy this TV just for the Smart TV features. You are better off with a regular TV and a Roku or Fire TV Player if you are serious about streaming. However, for just under $400 for a Sharp, this is a bargain.

    Great value 4k

    I went for a Samsung, but came home with this Sharp. I don't really need the smart features / apps, but having Netflix and YouTube is nice and they work well. The UI is pretty responsive. Typing is tough and slow though. Would have been nice to have had a full keyboard on the remote. Giving 5 stars because the video quality is high, the UI is intuitive and responsive, the design is nice, and to balance other low stars that were mad about no Hulu. Should have researched first. And Walmart would take it back.

    Sharp 4K

    This smart TV has a sharp picture, the sound is great! The internet connection is easy and set up is quick. I can not say enough about this TV! and with the price,,, everyone should buy one.
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