Waw what a piece of Garbage, I bought this TV 3 years ago
Ramses R., Amazon
23 October 2014
Summary: Waw what a piece of Garbage,I bought this TV 3 years ago,spent 1400$ for it from sears in the beginning I loved it the picture was great not that smart of a TV though ((compared to like a Samsung smart tv)) but I was OK with that. The first year I had a problem with the touch panel for the TV that can perform some basic functions like turn on and off switch channels and volume,I called the company they send their tech,he took it apart and fixed the problem,he said the...
Summary: Purchased what I believed to be a "new" SHARP Aquos LC52LE830U......after 11 months tried to get warranty repair and was informed by Sharp USA that the unit in question only had a 30 day warranty because it was a "refurb". - have filed a complaint with the Oregon BBB and I am in the process of drafting a complaint to the Oregon State Attorney Generals Office Div. of consumer fraud.
Summary: On it's 2 year anniversary, it developed a thin vertical blue line just off center on the screen. Searching the forums shows that it's happening to a bunch of different Sharp TVs even newer than mine. Some have said that the repair man says it's the panel and it's unfixable. $1200 bucks down the toilet.
Summary: I purchased this tv in December 2012. Delivery was fast but no set-up. I really like this tv. I do not use all of the features that the tv has offer but this far I have no complaints. The setup was very fast and simple. Highly recommed this tv. I was looking to purchase another one but the price is currently too high. When I purchased it I paid 1100.00 . It is now running at 1500.
Summary: The Quattron 4-color system really expands the color spectrum, seemingly adding detail beyond HD, and the pic has a depth, almost like 3D, that I haven't seen on any other set. My wife, who usually yawns at technology, was very impressed too. Go see this one before you buy.
Summary: This 52" Sharp Quattron has an unbelievably detailed, realistic picture!! In an ALCS game this year, a pitch in the dirt showed individual pebbles and dirt flying...... WOW! Seeing individual hairs on talking head's hairdos isn't really pleasant, but the HDTV detail is there. Just be sure you have a $30 to $40 HDMI cable (coax just won't give you the picture you are looking for!) - it only took me a week to figure that out.
Summary: I purchased this TV in January because I saw it displayed at an electronics store and thought it had the best quality HD picture of any of the other TV'S I saw. When I received it and set it up I was very disappointed with the color quality and the sharpness. So, I started to try and adjust the colors myself. It was better but no where near the picture I expected. So I called Sharp technical support and explained my problems with them.
Summary: Noticed the Sharp 52" LCD - LED TV walking thru Sears - an amazing 2D picture that seems a little 3D. No interest in having to wear 3D glasses to watch TV. I am of the older generation and a sports fan. Replaced a 4 year old 50" Sony LCD projection TV in Great Room. Have tried a Samsung 46" TV, great picture, poor video controls for non 1080p, ended up with a Sony 46" LCD TV in bedroom. Installed the Sharp 52" Aquos TV 4 days ago. What a wonderful experience.
Summary: This is a great TV for the price which could not be matched at any local stores here in south Texas. I was looking for a good size tv without 3D, I just would not be happy with having to watch my tv with a pair of glasses, I digress. The ability to sync up with my wireless router was very simple which I'm always using it for Pandora. The DLNA was a bonus as I originally was under the impression that this type did not have.