Summary: I love this TV its great for all movies and evan better if you Like you PS3 i don't feel like Putting Every thaing that would make this TV a great Buy For you first HD TV so if you have ?'s just email me.
Summary: Purchased this set in March, 2010. It has an awesome picture, especially after adding the HD through direct tv. It really seems like you can reach in and touch the people. This was a replacement for our 20 year old Sony and the technology jump almost gave us whiplash but what a great result.
Summary: The monitor works great!! Picture quality is top notch. The set up was a breeze and the remote is simple to understand. The volume quantity is a bit low on some broadcasts and using a supplemental sound system fixes that. I have zero complaints or concerns with this set.
Summary: Have only had the Sharp LED for a month but it has worked perfectly from the first day until now. Was very easy to set-up and to interface with our cable system. Aside from a good price for a 40" LED, I was interested in having a set that had many options for connecting different devices.
Summary: After looking at several LED LCD televisions both online and in person, my husband and I finally decided on the Sharp Aquos LC40LE700UN. Now that we've owned it for a couple of months, I can see we made the right choice. The picture quality is excellent. Much better than the Sony Bravia.
Summary: I still cant believe how much better this TV is than my 2 year old LCD. The LED coloring is excellent and it only uses 75 watts, so it doesn't heat up the whole room. My only complaint is that the screen is glossy, so open windows can cause glare if it's in the wrong part of the room.
Summary: For the price I paid for this TV, nothing can beat it. This was the best deal I could find for an LED TV back in February 2010. It is lightweight, uses next to nothing for power, and has 4 HDMI ports. Yes it also has an ethernet connection and I did hook it up just to see how it worked.