Summary: I tried to play "The girl with the Dragon Tattoo" last night on my Sharp BD-HP21U that I purchased 2 years ago. It wouldn't play. This is not a new occurrence with this player. It played fine on my LG, BD670 Wi-Fi Blu Ray player, which I bought because of the trouble I've had with the Sharp player.
Summary: I got this player for free when I bought my new TV so I guess I can't complain about the price. The player works great it just seems to be loud at times during BLU-RAY playback. It makes a humming noise that almost sounds like a old hard drive trying to boot up. Other than that it works fine.
Summary: I bought a Sharp LC60LE835U 60" a few months ago & wanted a Sharp Bluray player to help unlock its potential. I researched the Bluray players Sharp currently makes on their website & found that there is a large price range ($99-$500).
Just barely acceptable - Tip for entering your network password
30 December 2011
Summary: If you only play discs with this player, you'll have no serious problems, only that it might be a bit slow to react. If you want to connect it to a wireless home network, you'll face the most unfriendly interface I have ever encountered. Very non intuitive.