Summary: I'm in love with this TV and with the delivery service. The TV itself has great blacks and I haven't been disappointed by the refresh rate at all. Quick motions move well across the screen. The thin profile and near-edge screen proportion make for a great experience.
The picture quality is awesome BUT, the Wi-Fi receiver is VERY weak
Ronald Wilson, Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: The picture quality is awesome BUT, the Wi-Fi receiver is VERY weak, it requires you to have your wireless router 15 feet or less from the TV. This is a VERY BAD design on Sharps part, my router is about 18 feet from the TV and the TV won't pick up the signal. My wireless blue ray player is next to the TV along with a couple of other devices with Wi-Fi and they all have full bars.
If it wasn't for the narrower than usual viewing angle, I would of kept it
5 November 2014
Summary: Sharp has five model series for their 2014 LCD sets (note; LCD not LED); LE, EQ, SQ & UQ series. The LE is a carryover from 2013 (it is a large step down from this model). Updated 12-8-14 Pros; 1. Detail level and motion handling rivals Samsung, 2. Inputs; 4 HDMI, 2 composite, 1 component NONE SHARED! The only line of LCD sets that has this that I know of, just about all the others have the lame, single shared composite/component setup.
My friends Sony is 10 yrs old still looks and operates as good as the day he got
andy kincaid, Amazon
1 November 2014
Summary: Do not buy a sharp TV. Mine was only 18 months old and a huge purple spot appeared on the screen. They are switching it out however they are charging $200 to do so. I feel it should be free considering its age.
Summary: PROs: 1. Setup was a snap out of the box. Maybe 10 minutes to screw the stand on, plug in my HDMI, and plug in the TV's power supply. 2. The base is wide and deep to support this fairly large TV. This was a big plus for me because I have toddlers and am always afraid of them pulling over heavy objects like TVs and bookshelves. The underside of the base is rubbery/tacky, too..