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.
Excerpt: I bought this LCD tv the day after Thanksgiving. Basically paid 1/2 price for it, and after setting it up and viewing it, I would have paid full price. I had a 27inch LCD from another brand, and the picture was good, and the high-def was nice, but this Sharp Aquos is superior in every way. The 32 inch screen looks bigger than it is, because the body is all tv screen. Turning the surround sound on was impressive because the speakers are deceivingly small.
Excerpt: Sharp AQOUS LC-32D62U. I really like this one. The Sharp AQOUS LC-32D62U is an excellent TV, brilliant colors and great contrast ratio. It does have its short comings only one S input and two HDMI inputs and the remote has limited capabilities as far the input selection is concerned -was disappointed with the functionality of the remote.
Excerpt: My husband and I bought this TV in April of 2007 for his birthday. We spent a few months comparing prices and brands and picture qualities. We finally chose the Sharp Aquos LC 32D62U HDTV. We have a VCR, DVD player, XBox, Play station, and a computer hooked up to our HDTV. Windscreen movies look awesome on the flat scream panel. You have the option of mounting the unit on the wall, but we chose to leave it on a TV stand. We are very satisfied with our HDTV.
Excerpt: I purchased my Sharp 2 years ago, and the picture is still amazing. The definition, sound quality and color keep you glued to your television. Everything you watch on television is just that much better. You definitely want to have HD service with your cable or satellite provider to reap the full benefits of this product. I can't wait until I can afford a 56 inch.
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: 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.
Summary: TV was very easy to setup & get picture and sound. Took less than 45 minutes with no help (from opening the box, mounting the base, plugging in power, plugging in cable and getting picture & sound).