Summary: I've been in the market to replace my aging Samsung 56" DLP. As far as 70" models go this one is great. It is last years model but nothing has changed from 2012 to 2013 models. I picked this one as a Sharp Refurbished unit and saved $600+. My price was $1399.99 TOTAL. The picture is great.
Summary: This is my first review that I have written. This is actually going to be a pleasure to write because most of my experiences are not to great. This is the best move that I have made. Prior to buying this Sharp 70 inch & model, I had purchased a 60 inch Sharp led TV.
Summary: Purchased this TV new. 13 months into ownership the mainboard was toast. My failure resulted in all 4 HDMI ports being dead, which apparently is a very common failure on this set from my internet travels.
Summary: The TV broke down after a few months of operation. No sign, no warning, just stopped working. While watching TV, it just shut off and would not turn on. I did quite a bit of research on it, which pointed to a faulty motherboard, which falls under the warranty and I called support.
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.
Summary: I purchsed this TV based on the reviews I read on this site. I was primarily concerned about the picture quality and I was not disappointed. This TV delivers a fantastic picture. I haven't made any adjustments yet even though I documented some from other buyers.
Summary: The TV looks really good in my family room. It doesnt over power the whole room, but the one bad part is that the speakers on the TV sound like a radio. LED tv's dont have the room for decent speakers so it doesnt sound that great. I have to get a sound bar so that the sound is better.
Summary: Every time somebody walks in my house, they gaze at the TV. "What size is that?!?!" Of course, they compliment the picture quality, too. Love the energy-saving features. I could do without the internet connectivity, but I guess it's good that the firmware upgrades are easy to receive that way!