Summary: 60 inch tv has had 18 months of limited use. Two hours a weekday but sports on the weekend. Watching Broncos vs Chargers and loud pop, sparks and fire. I unplugged immediately, had the best surge protectors available, not the issue. Power supply faulty, Sharp is sorry but will not replace - beyond warranty. Spend $1,000 on 60 inch aqous is broken. Repair team says, "happens all the time to Sharp tv's. Last one I will buy and I have 3.
Summary: This tv i bought Brand NEW in April 22, 2010 We have had good experince with this tv defintley like the gold bezel. The sound quality is poor but fixed that with stereo surround sound. In April 19 2013 it finnally went bad luckily with the extended warranty the repair guy's are coming out to my home to fix, an from what i was told if they can't repair it on the spot they will replace it with a new one again.
Summary: This TV is fantastic but for the apps. I bought the TV knowing that I'd be getting a Roku or PS3 shortly after so the apps didn't bother me, but the lack of Amazon, Hulu or an App Store make this a terrible "Smart TV". Further, the TV can be unresponsive when using what apps it does come with. To top it off, it logs me out of Netflix every time I turn it off. For the Quality of the television itself, it's fantastic and more than satisfactory.
Summary: I've had this TV for more than a year now, although mine's 240Hz. The ONLY complaint I have about it is the closed captioning. The input has to be set on the coaxial connection for it to work. This means I can't use it if I'm watching something through one of the HDMI connections. I don't have the greatest hearing in the world and I like to be able to turn it on and off depending on what I'm watching, how much background noise there is from my furnace or outside, or how...
Summary: It is an amazing TV we get nothing but wows' from people that come over and has lasted 2years now with not one issue. We are looking at now getting a 3D TV and find it hard to go down to 55 inches, so we will wait until the selection of 60inches or larger gets better!
Minnie and Henery Krumb "yingtongyingtongyidd..., Amazon
30 September 2011
Summary: THIS IS A HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE AND AGAIN HORRIBLE TV. ONE OF THE WORST I HAVE EVER COME ACROSS - YEAH, YEAH IT DOES WORK, BUT YOU NEED TUITION TO BE ABLE TO PROGRAM THIS 'THING' and gawd help you if you press the wrong key.... NOPE - IF I had the strength I would heave it through my penthouse window and drop it solidly 79 floors right into Central Park. WHAT A WASTE OF TIME .... for more pleasure head to Times Square and pick up a hustler ...
Summary: Great TV for the family room!!! Great picture quality, very happy with this TV. Easy hookup to other electronics like, PS3, Satellite Receiver, & Stereo Equipment/Speakers. The only reason I rated the sound as 3 stars is the TV must be connected to a stereo surround sound system to give a good quality sound experience for movie watching or gaming.
Summary: I purchased this TV in late January of 2010. It was a pretty nice TV with some exceptions such as sound quality. This TV came with a 1 year warranty plus an additional 3 month Aquos Advantage warranty. Fast forward to early April 2011. One day the TV just died. After 2 service calls that were arranged by Sharp(tv is still under warranty)it was determined that the LCD panel was dead and unrepairable.
One of best LCD tv that I've seen after comparing with Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Panasonic LCD, LED/LCD, and plasma
21 January 2011
Summary: After looking at many different types of 55" to 60" and 65" TV's and compare with them side by side. I find this Sharp LCD tv that has the most vidid color, true black, white, red, green and yellow. It may be the last years model but it is by far better than the new LED/LCD models, the color does not bleed in fast action movies, it stay clear, the colors are natual, the eyes, skin tone are sharp when playing blue ray DVD movies at 1080p and also running HD channels.