Summary: I would stay away from current Sharp TVs. I bought an AQUOS Sharp LCD 60' TV 4 months ago, and got a blue line across the TV 3 months after the purchase. Was transferred to AQUOS advantage for service. So far its about a month, and i am sending them pictures, emails, etc with huge delays.
Summary: Mine showed up with one LED lamp out. Seller does not service this TV. They refer you to Sharp Aquos Advantage Customer service, who will jerk you around for 5 weeks, asking for one thing after another. This is what happened to me.
Summary: The worst customer service in the WORLD! DON'T buy a SHARP TV!!!! I would give it 0 stars if I could. Over one month working with this knuckle heads and still waiting to see if the part will get an ETA, so they can repair it.
Summary: I bought this TV about a year ago at Sam's Club. I couldn't be happier with the picture quality and even the sound isn't that bad for coming out of the TV. I don't have a sound system connected to it. I have had 2 or 3 upgrades come through for the TV.
Summary: My husband researched a lot of televisions before ordering this one. I know very little about them but do know when something works and looks good. This TV does both. The picture is clear and crisp. It is an excellent size for our game room and can be seen from across the room.
Summary: Sharp Aquos 60" LED 1080p 240Hz HDTV LC-60LE633U Good Picture quality. Sound is decent for a TV of such slim dimensions. Mapping apps to your favorite apps physical buttons on the remote is a nice touch. Network connectivity is good. I have tried both wireless and wired.
Summary: We upgraded to an LED TV from our older 42" Plasma TV - that Panasonic did a decent job over the six years we owned it, however I have to say that after seven months of use I am exceedingly pleased with the new 60 inch Aquos. Pros: - LARGE - 60 inch TV is almost like having a mini movie theater.