Summary: I purchased this TV and owned it for approximately a month. I got it on sale at Best Buy for $899 and even at that I believe it was over priced. Yes, it has a ridiculous amount of features (4 HDMI ports, 3D, Wifi, DLNA, ect), but these are useless if the TV's picture is horrible. I had the TV professionally calibrated by an ISF certified expert and even after that it still never looked quite right.
Great TV except for the 3D - Horrible service from Sharp
17 November 2012
Summary: The TV itself on normal mode is fine. I had no issues until we tried to watch a 3D movie. Anything in the Foreground or Background was producing an extra image. I contacted Sharp regarding this, and after 2 days, they finally sent me an e-mail asking me to take several pictures. After following the instructions, I never got a reply back. I called them and they said there was nothing they could do/diagnose with the pictures.
Summary: The TV is good, not complaints there. But it's no longer about just the TV - I access Netflix and Hulu through my TV. And for the past two weeks I have been unable to access either. Why? Because Sharp has sent my TV an update that refuses to install, and I can't access the apps until the update happens. Sharp's customer service is no help and there has been no explanation. This problem affects EVERY owner of this TV, yet Sharp has made no effort to fix the situation.
Summary: I really have high expectation in Aquos, but after exchanging for the same TV second time and same problem still persist, I'm getting really frustrated and very disappointed in their quality. We came home and the first thing we did is "3D test" where they show you a still image and see what it looks like with 3D glass, we can clearly see ghost image on some of the balls on the image, we change the depth setting by making some ball looks better, but then some ball start...