Summary: Plain & simple tv worked fine up till now (bought Oct 2007) Now the speakers have sound that comes out for a second then doesn't , then comes back after a few seconds then gos out again. I'm not saying Sharp tvs are no good , just thats sad I only got 5yrs out of the speakers, will see if its worth getting fixed, you know how it is.
Summary: UPDATE 10/25: After Sharp told me that one dead pixel was normal, the tv stopped working and just had a continuous flashing green power light. (I know, how convenient). Sharp wanted me to schedule the TV for service via a local service center, and after not hearing from the service center I decided not to mess around any more and called 6Ave and advised the TV stopped working 20 days after delivery.
Summary: Hello everyone! I just purchased this TV several weeks ago from Amazon. It's a wonderful TV to be sure, but it has risks that I'd like to warn everyone about. When I received my package, it was damaged on delivery (a big crack in the speaker) and had 12 dead pixels. Amazon and UPS took care of the replacement about a week later and I received another unit that was in perfect condition, but appeared to have already been taken out of the box once. Hmm, maybe a refurb?
Summary: My Sharp Aquos LC32D62U was purchased through one of Amazon's sellers, and they dont accept returns on TV's. So I'm stuck trying to get my defective set fixed by Sharp. The set worked for about 1 day (looked great by the way), but then failed (1/2" wide black line across screen and rest of screen blurry and with double image). Called Sharp 3 days ago to get it repaired. They said to wait 2 days for service center to call me. They never did.
Summary: This TV has the best picture I have seen on any TV; when a maintenance man or other person comes into my apartment while I have on scenery everyone takes a 2nd look before they say it is the best picture they have ever seen & this has been on close to 18 hours a day since it arrived. The weak spot is the volume is not loud enough on some stations, I read the same about other new Sharp TV's; Sharp should have fixed them by now...
Summary: I definitely recommend this TV to anyone looking to upgrade to 1080p in a small affordable package. I mainly use this to play xbox 360 games which look unbeleivably better in 1080p than 480fuzz. All this throught a component cable too; someone told me at circuit city that you couldn't get 1080p through component, but Microsoft's website said you could, and I am viewing xbox games in 1080p...so...it always pays to get a 2nd opinion.
Summary: I will preface by saying that I'm not the pickiest person when it comes to TV. That said, this one blew me away. I decided to get a new TV only because my 15-year-old Sony Triniton bit the dust in my last move. I was pretty fond of that old clunker, but now I'm over my grief. The picture quality of the Aquos is amazing, no dead pixels, and the order was processed very quickly.
Summary: The picture of the Aquos from Sharp makes for a well defined picture with a nice viewing angle. The control settings on the TV allow for a wide range of options. Picture adjustment is first class, with audio configuration having a moderate number of options available. The different viewing modes allow for wide screen content to be viewed without side empty black space on the screen. The PC connectivity with DVI to HDMI is excellent and is easily configured.
Summary: When I set out to buy a new TV I spent months researching to make sure I was getting the best one I could find. When I finally found this one I thought it was too good to be true, and you know what, it wasn't. I've had it for months now and there isn't one thing to complain about. First of all, it has the best picture I have seen on an LCD. There is no difference between the picture on this one and the picture on a TV 3 times as expensive.
Summary: After researching LCD televisions for the specs I wanted: 1080p, various input jacks, and all possible tuners (plan ahead for the Feb 2009 transition if you're shopping now) analog over-the-air, digital and HD digital over-the-air and cable (unscrambled 1-135 channels) I started comparing models by actual physical dimensions to fit our entertainment center. This Sharp Aquos model was the largest that would fit the space.