Summary: Really, the size is incredible and the picture itself is easily as impressive. The built in options and menu system is a bit cluttered, but once you get past the gui all the options you'd need are there to allow you to precisely set the picture quality you want. The Netflix streaming worked great and the WiFi worked without flaw. All in all, everyone who has come into my home has stood in awe at this beast.
Summary: LC-70LE632U is last year's model, without the Quad pixel technology, slightly lighter than the current LC-70LE732U and perhaps uses a bit more energy. The picture looks great for a 70 inch-er. Basically the larger the screen, the more quality will suffer, so reviews about picture quality really aren't fair unless you compare them with others in the same size class.
Summary: Love this tv! Yes sound sucks and it takes like a week to fine tune the picture but it's actually better than my 55 in Panasonic. I highly recommend it to anyone thinking on going from 55 or even 60 up to this 70 in. Sports are amazing! Movies are in 3D! Can't wait to get my internet hooked up to it.
The Worst User Interface I Have Ever Seen - Good Picture
John Wheeler, Amazon
19 November 2011
Summary: I just bought the LC-70LE632U 70" last night. Great picture! Great price! The menu system is one of the worst that I have ever seen. Took me an hour to connect to wireless LAN because of the error message that led nowhere. This also has one of the worst Internet home pages I have ever seen. Even my wife thought it hurt her eyes to look at it. Honestly, if I were a Sharp executive in charge of this product development, I would start firing people Monday.