Summary: After 13 flawless years, my 65" Mitsubishi Diamond rear-projection TV died. Ironically, for about a year, my wife had been suggesting a flat panel upgrade. Odd...isn't it the husband that usually wants to upgrade electronics? Well, her wish came true when the three color image wouldn't stay converged followed by a complete power supply failure. The hunt for a new TV was on.
Dirty Screen Effect (DSE) may be a deal breaker ...
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12 February 2012
Summary: If you don't know what DSE is, please stop reading as once you know/see it, you cannot unsee it. If you're still curious, go to AVSForum.com and search for the LC70LE735U sub-forum. My set could be perfect if DSE isn't as rampant as this. A Sharp technician will come out in 2 days to see what can be done to this. I REALLY would hate it if they need to exchange this set. I got it at my local Best Buy but would hate to bother my friend again to lift, unbox, install, etc.
Summary: I shopped around for a new tv for 3weeks comparing prices and such. I had originally decided to purchase the non 3D Version from the Store with Best Buys :-) until I found on the 3D version for only $100.00 more than the other. I thought we might not use a lot but for the difference I would be stupid not to. Well I am glad I did, but dont think it was just 100.00 difference.
Disappointing at First but Great TV After Some Calibration.
31 December 2011
Summary: Being a technology professional, My expectation on this television was quite high from the moment I saw it in Best Buy. I did a good amount of research for about 2 weeks. Read every reviews about this television in online stores, watched every You Tube Video's about Sharp Products in the same line spoke to sales associates in two major stores. One thing I could not understand why people gave this TV a 5 start rating.