Summary: Definitely an amazing TV for the price. I use this primarily for gaming and web browsing as I have my computer hooked to my TV. This TV does have a true 120hz display which makes it perfect for PC gaming above 60 hz.
Summary: We've had no problem with this TV. Screen is bright and images are sharp. Volume/Sound from the TV could be better, but most plug their TV into a sound system. Remote is well featured. One annoyance is the need to cycle through a large number of inputs to get back to desired input.
Summary: I was looking for a 50 inch TV that will be strictly used for programming and not gamesI did not care about Smart nor 3D, so anyone out there who thinks the same should consider the Sharp models. I bought this at Sears for $584 on March 14 2014.
Summary: Ha gotten a Toshiba 50 and stopped watching it because the set was not what I expected.Purchased this Sharp Aquos and I am very happy with it.I made the mistake in buying the Toshiba,I have two other Sharps in my house and should have gone with another but was talked out of it by a salesperson.I...
Summary: Although the picture is great I have had to spend way too much time on the phone with Sharp customer service to help with issues. I also had repairman come to the house who setup netflix on my sons wii I can't get it work directly through the tv.
Summary: What can possibly go wrong with electronics that it would stop working in less than 4 years. Needless to say, we won't be buying any more Sharp products ever again. These are much to expensive to have to replace every 3 years.
Summary: good, clear picture. The default color saturation is way over the top, so it takes some time to find a balance that works. Plenty of HDMI inputs, but one thing I don't like - it doesn't have a optical audio output, it does have a digital audio output, but it's not an optical connection.
Summary: I am just reviewing the picture quality as I use a Sony DVD for streaming and a Denon AVR for sound. Who still uses the TV speakers for a $1000 TV when you can set up a pretty decent soundbar for $150 or put it through a good brand, very competent AVR and speakers for $350?