TV looks great...slight LED edge bleeding in places
Jeff H., Amazon
29 April 2013
Summary: I am overall very happy with this tv for the price paid ($800 refurbed). There is some slight edge bleed of the LEDs that is noticeable in really dark scenes, but I'm no videophile...so meh. I bought this tv b/c it's a budget 60"....and it is perfect for that. If you are looking for a good entry smart tv at 60", I would highly recommend this one.
Summary: I bought at costco because of low price and two year warranty. This set replaced my 56" 7 year old Toshiba DLP with a bad lamp. I missed the PIP too. Great picture and color, good black levels, loved The Cronicles Of Riddick and The Fifth Element. I am happy with its over all proformance. I just wish the Smart TV had more options. Really good buy a about $1000. Price will drop more soon.
Summary: Overall I have been quite pleased with the purchase of this TV. The TV got a (to me) very accurate review at CNET and between that review and the reviews at Best Buy and laying eyes on the physical product over and over I made the decision to purchase this one (from Best Buy, last time I'll brick and mortar there.
Summary: After lots of research I settled on this TV. So far, I'm highly satisfied with my purchase. As an avid sports fan, I had some concerns about the motion blur, primarily with hockey. I turned the motion enhancement function off and am happier now. Delivery was extremely fast. I chose standard free delivery and the shipping company tried to deliver within 36 hours.
Summary: When we first set the TV up I must say that I wasn't that thrilled because of the lack of picture quality and a flicker that had developed. Now since I've had a existing Sharp 46" for about 5 years previously and loved it we thought for sure the problem wasn't in the TV itself but maybe another area and we were correct.
Summary: I have absolutely no complaints about this TV's picture. It's gorgeous. There were some apps that I had hoped were included, or would be available through an app store, but were not. There's Vudu, Pandora, Youtube, Netflix, Hulu, DLNA and USB. I hadn't noticed that Amazon wasn't supported and I had hoped to use it with Amazon Prime. That's my fault for not noticing that in advance, but seriously, why isn't it included?
Summary: Using the TV to access the internet, even something built in like YouTube or Netflix is incredibly difficult and frustrating... To the point now where I pull those up on my laptop and use the HDMI to watch....
Summary: Pros: excellent picture, full controls for calibration, reasonable sound from the speakers Cons: backlight uniformity, wifi range I picked up one of these at Target last week. Setting it up was a snap, the HDMI Audio Return Channel works great with my Denon 1913 receiver, so I only need the one cable to send sound from cable TV or the TV's apps through my HT speakers.
Summary: We recently purchased a Sharp 70" LED TV from BuySquad (I don't recommend them, cheap but service is the worse I have seen so far). Anyhow when we got the TV after weeks of delays we fired it up to check out the picture. We were very dissapointed. We already have Sony and Samsung HDTVs and both have far superior picture quality. No matter ho much we worked the picture settings it still looks as if you watch through a plastic film.
Summary: I agree with most of the comments made by other reviewers here. The apps, particularly Netflix, do not work great on this TV. But that is not a problem at all for me. I have my TV set up as a monitor. It simply has to display the picture coming out of my sound system. My cable box and bluray player feed into the sound system, and the sound system has an output for the TV's picture. I use my bluray player's Netflix features, and prefer it that way.