Summary: I'm a newbie to HDTV but I know what I like to see and I'm seeing it. This TV has a very clear picture and was extremely easy to set up. I only did the basics: plugged in the antenna (no cable for me), the DVD player (just bought the Blu-ray player and HDMI cable), the GameCube and added the channels. Very straight forward. Minor quibble with how to delete television stations. You can't change the channel while you're editing the. My old set up digital box did that.
Summary: I bought this TV because I wanted two things: a good-quality picture, and the ability to play game consoles without any noticeable lag. This TV does both very well. It has stunning picture quality, and the game mode handles my old 480i XBox console, connected via component inputs, with no noticeable lag. On the downside picture-wise, I am not 100% satisfied with how the TV reproduces mostly-dark levels. Black is plenty black, but dark gray, dark blue, dark brown, etc.
Summary: When the AMP error first appeared, I didn't know what it referred to. Amplifier was the first thought but then I thought it could also be AMPs on the power line. I finally asked [...]. They immediately contacted their local agent, Geo Meyers, and the service was immediate. They brought two replacement boards with them but neither worked. They arranged for another appointment. The next time they brought another board. No luck.
Summary: I had a Samsung LCD tv that died so I needed something to replace it. After checking with Consumer Reports I went with this one. It's one of their top rated and I agree. After checking around I found the lowest price at Amazon. com. My Samsung used to get hot quickly and the Aquos doesn't heat up at all. I'm still trying to figure out all the settings but that's my fault, not the tv's. The picture quality is great. I would recommend it.
Summary: I was excited to get this tv but when I first got it hooked up I found the picture to be horrible. I was very disappointed because my old 36" Vizio 720 picture was better than my new Sharp. I am not a technical person and I hate returning stuff so I contacted Sharp. They helped me change some of my settings to make the picture better and reduce the distortion with the picture and letters.
Summary: After purchasing a Sharp Aquos 42" LCD last year, and spending quite a bit of time doing research to find that particular set, I found myself wanting a smaller HDTV that I could easily put in my car and take with me when I travel to and from my work location. I wasn't really looking for an LED, just wanting to find something cheap with a decent picture. Then I saw this set from Sharp, and with the price, it seemed too good to pass up.
Summary: My first impression of this TV was that it looked like a very large computer monitor. It isn't a looker that's for sure, but once you get past that it is a very good TV. It had no dead pixels and all of the functions are easy to use and work as advertised. I also have an older Samsung 40" LCD and this one beats it in image quality by a rather large margin. The set did require some tweaking to improve the picture quality, but was acceptable out of the box.
Summary: We purchased this TV for a bedroom where the TV is in an armoir. The bezel on this TV is narrower than on any other 40" TV on the market right now which allowed us to fit the 40" SHARP TV in a space where only 37" TV's from other manufacturers would fit. The picture quality is great with the LED backlighting. The TV is a little slow to turn on when it has been off for a while (about 10 seconds to turn on in the morning).
Summary: After playing around with the set up and add ons to this light weight, energy sipping entertainment center, I am very pleased overall. Delivery was swift and the packaging excellent. The set is not the most beautiful. As for the picture, it was sharp with little blur; the blacks were deep. The colors require a little adjustment for flesh tones, however, the picture was so good that I have not been pressed as yet to do so.
Summary: I have been waiting for a good tv, and finally I found this. Today I connect an Oppo BD, and this lcd can handle 1080p/24, and deep color, very good! The blacks are blacks, and the image are pretty good. When this tv is on, just consume 95 watts, if i compare with my old sharp 32 lcd, it has a consume of 161 watts. the only thing i dont put 5 stars is that the turner is a pretty slow. This is a winner tv.