Summary: Nice TV and great picture, but found one thing wrong with the description. It claims to be 240Hz but while getting the serial number off the back of the TV the label says it is a 120HZ. Not a big enough issue to have the hazzle of sending it back.
Summary: Nice picture but there is something wrong with Sharp's "Smart Central". The DLNA input does not see the file content of the DLNA server. Other attached devices on the network sees and plays the content. Songs on Pandora skip. Yes skip. In addition to the skipping problem, randomly sends a loud pop to the left channel. I have resorted to just using my Roku and gave on up on this "feature" bug.
Great picture! Compared to our Mitsubishi DLP the picture ...
Oklahoma User, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Great picture! Compared to our Mitsubishi DLP the picture on the Sharp is incredible. The old restored black and white movies even look good. We have had a ZVOX sound bar connected to our old T.V. and it helps the sound on the Sharp but the Sharp sound alone is pretty good. If we hadn't used a sound bar before the Sharp speakers would probably have worked just fine. Not tinny and hollow like the Mitsubishi. We are very pleased with the Sharp..
Summary: Hard time setting it up. Called HHGregg & they were very helpful. Excellent picture!
Pros: All the connections options I could ever need, Best looking TV out there, Easy To Set Up, Energy Efficient, Good Remote Control, Great Picture, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound Quality, LED-backlit, Reduced Glare
Summary: Serious problems with blurry images. I believed that arefresh rate of240 would minimize blurring effects. I was wrong. After I returned this item, I read aConsumers Report rating for this tv and they noticed that as well. I also couldn't get the color setting done. Kept a bluish image even after I repeated tried to correct it. I should have read up on it before buying it. I'll stay away from Sharp from here on.