Summary: It is mounted on the wall in my bedroom. great for those "sick days" of watching sports or movies. Might want to get a sound bar for bedroom use, the speakers are a little weak, but it workes great on surround sound !
Summary: Since this was my first Sharp Aquos TV, I was worried about this brand. After using Mitsubichi large screen for many years, this TV blew the Mits away. The picture is amazing. The color is true. I play video games on this tv and they play wonderfully.
Summary: This TV was good at arrival but within 4 months it would reset on power up and the some of the input ports stopped working. The power up problems got worse with time and finally the TV stopped working completely. Call to sharp resulted in appointment with a local TV repair facility.
Summary: ...and you'll get a fair idea of what the picture on this TV is like. Yes, the depth it provides is that immersive and real. With the added bonus that you can alter said reality to suit your own tastes. Be it color intensity, brightness, hues, etc.
Summary: At first I was nervous wondering if I should have paid the extra to get a LED TV. Once I received our Sharp 60", and hooked it up it was nothing but impressive. The picture is great. As for the sound I would not exactly rate it a five.
Excellent LCD TV - a few refinements would make it perfect
Bala Rajagopalan "Bala", Amazon
28 October 2011
Summary: I have used this TV for a week now. I ordered it from Amazon, but shipped by Audio and Video Center. I now use it in India. First, about the vendor who sold the TV. I had never even heard about Audio and Video Center, but they were offering the best price on Amazon for this TV.
Summary: I have spent over a year debating which tv to get. It all started with a very long conversation with a friend discussing Plasma, LED, LCD, LED-LCD, HZ, ratio contrast, and all the other important numbers when looking at a TV. First off, if you're looking for a TV with a million bells and whistles...