I still have a clump of crap hanging on my wall the does not work
Michael Chittum, Amazon
12 September 2014
Summary: After two months of their customer service deeming my TV is broke, I still have a clump of crap hanging on my wall the does not work. They say they don't have anything to replace it. I am in technology field.\ I WILL NEVER BUY A SHARP TV. I WILL NEVER RECOMMEND TO ANYONE. I PURCHASE SIX TVS AND 3 HAVE FAILED. NO PROBLEM, CALL CUSTOMER SERVICE...TVS FAIL RIGHT? THE PROBLEM IS, THEY DO NOT TAKE CARE OF THE PROBLEM.
Summary: I have spoken to several Sharp customer service agents. You CANNOT access web browsing-- their "browser" is a s***ty "console" that has widgets and these are the only websites you can reach. It is a piece of s***. I have looked online and will try to use methods "not approved" by Sharp to access web browsing.
Summary: After only 7 months a yellow line appeared down the center. The repair people said it was the panel and that it would cost 2400.00 to fix it. I Google d the problem and apparently several people who bought a Sharp LED are having the same problem.
Summary: We purchased this tv not only for its size but for internet access such as YouTube. Sharp does not allow the tv to do this (atleast the 70" Quattron. I contacted the AquosAdvantage and they said this tv does not allow it, it can only go the the sites on the Apps page, you cannot load any others on it. they will not allow it! nor will they provide an update to do it. Don't get fooled because it says is has Internet Access.
Summary: I saw a similar TV at Costco & thought it would be easier getting it sent to my door. At home I didn't like the TV colors so I returned it; it was a 2011 model & I had looked at a 2012 model showing animation so it looked good. I didn't realize I had to pay shipping & 20% penalty. This was the biggest mistake of my life. I was charged $400 by the store & had to pay over $300 to ship; it was in Florida!. Something that large and from so far is really stupid to buy online.
Summary: Had ok quality picture if on full 1080p hd channel otherwise was very poor quality and very bad pixelation ( too slow of movement and very choppy blurry at times) needs to be 220megaherts speed or more. I returned it after two days and went to plasma. Bottom line it's just too big for the slower processor and the pictures also looked unpraportionate at times. Save the money get smaller or plasma I'm not very picky its just bad, looked great in the store but its not.
Summary: I have always purchased Samsung or LG tv's in the past and know quite a bit about tvs. I decided to buy this tv directly from Sharp because of the size. What a mistake that was. I got the tv on a Thursday and after 4 days of playing with the settings and speaking with Sharp decided the tv was an absolute piece of garbage. The picture is not clear and all and the colors are not even close to being right. The faces were orange.
Can I Rate This ZERO??? DO NOT BUY IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Amazon Customer, Amazon
11 January 2012
Summary: We bought our LC-70LE733U from Sam's and had it for a week and a half before finally realizing that nothing we could do would make this tv look good, or even acceptible. We spent hours tweaking and trying to calibrate it, but it just looked HORRIBLE. (And yes, we were looking at HD movies and channels.) For a lot of things, it wasn't THAT bad, but every time we tried to watching something that SHOULD look good, it looked terrible.
Summary: I bought the LC70LE733U (notice the 33 not 32) from Costco. Apparently these are the exact same TV, but the model number is different based on where they were sold from. I returned it after about 2 weeks because I couldn't get the picture quality to meet my expectations after spending over 2 grand on the set. Sharp markets all the features on this set like 240hz, film mode, facebook and other apps, but my experience was that one of them worked very well.