Summary: The Sharp LC60LE835U Quattron 60-inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D LED-LCD HDTV is the best TV I have ever owned. We have enjoyed it for over a year and here are some of the things which make this TV great to live with. 1.) It has an HD screen image with bright deep natural colors. 2.) It has good sound even when wall mounted and the sound is set to that configuration. In that configuration it still sounds better than sound bars I have listened to in the $150 - $200 range.
Summary: I bought this set on sale and could not be happier. I deliberated between this and the Samsung 80 series, but for almost half the cost, the picture quality and features were too close to pass up. It came bundled with two 3D glasses and was delivered quickly and well packaged. My set suffered from the "ghosting" splotches on the dark screen and after failing to adjust it out I made a service call and Sharp replaced a couple of boards and greatly improved the issue.
Summary: in general is a good tv, there are some strange effects on high speed moving objects, like a golf ball. GO for plasma if that bothers you but otherwise is good. Lots of adjustability and is controllable though my reciever.
Summary: This TV is amazing!! I have had it for a little over 7 months now and I can't get enough. With the proper connections and media, you will not find a better TV for the price. I was considering the Sony XBR and decided on the Sharp 60" 835. Amazon deliver to the house with no issues. My wife have been pleasantly surprised by the TV. We have found that we are weaning ourselves off the cinema.
I highly recommend this tv more value for your dollar!!!
1 June 2012
Summary: This is a great tv. looks weird when you first turn it on because you have to play with the video settings to get the colors right. The tv is really thin and it has three speakers. It is freakishly large but thats a good thing. I am very satisfied with my purchase.
Summary: And also the great TV picture It has now. And the 3D picture Is nice and bright most movies. I had several models from a local store at home and had to return 2 as the picture was bad on those models. This Is the 8 million to 1 contrast ratio. The very top of the line 60" TV of the year. It's a marvel no matter what your watching with any of the motion blur completely gone. I give this TV my highest rating, and highly suggest this for anyone looking for a large 3D TV.
Great Picture Quality, but the clouding was too excessive.
6 April 2012
Summary: I am the type to spend hours researching tv's, and after reading several reviews, forums, etc I was all set on getting a Panasonic Plasma once the 60 ST50 model was released. That was until I saw a Sharp tv on display at Costco playing a blu-ray; I was amazed with the picture quality, but I wanted a higher end model with 240hz, and the next day this tv pops up as an Amazon lightning deal. Just what I was looking for at that moment.
Summary: I was in the TV market for some time looking for something worth the money and something I can enjoy too. Checked last Thanksgiving but couldn't find anything tempting. Was juggling between passive or active 3D. Passive 3D LED TVs were limited with only Vizio and LG and I was not too much impressed by those offerings. So was looking for some new offering in 2012 in passive world from S : Sony, Samsung, Sharp,... but was disappointed.
Summary: I have to be honest that I was a bit nervous after making my purchase. I had done a lot of research and knew some people were complaining of clouding and other issues. However, there was also great reviews on this TV as well. The TV has been on my wall now for about a month and I cannot complain about one thing except for maybe the sound, which is typical for this type of TV. The picture is spectacular and the 3D is even pretty amazing as well.
Summary: The BLU-RAY movies color, clarity, sharpness etc is AWESOME and amazing in this TV. The quality of this TV needs to be judged @ 1080P signal and that is only possible with a Blu-ray or equivalent signal. The reason i mention this is because like many of us i also have cable TV and the standard definition is @ 480i is good but not the best to watch @ 60" and within 10 feet. HD channels are better but still have motion blur which is noticeable.