Summary: T.V. was defective. Because of the cold weather, you can't test until the unit warms up. By then the driver is long gone. Too heavy to set up and tear down and re-package to send it back. Wait for warmer weather and test while the driver is still there.
Summary: I ordered this TV from Amazon and it came with the screen cracked. I returned it, and the second one had a defect where the picture was not clear. I returned that for a third, which lasted for 10 months until a vertical red line started appearing on the screen. I am now in process with Sharp warranty to see if they will fix it. For the 10 months, the TV was great, no doubt about it.
Cons: It has a crappy picture...which means it's NOT worth the money! 3 out of 5 stars when you admit is has a crappy picture....it's a TV, if the picture is crappy it should receive 1 out of 5....explains why most people only come here for the pictures!
"Why are we using antiquated 1080p on TVs this big?!"
20 March 2012
Pros: -Big -You can brag about it That's about it...
Cons: -Uses 1080p technology.... -Much heavier than a plasma, which is sad for an LCD panel -Inaccurate colors -Poor viewing angles -Boasts the same price tag as the pointless Bose VideoWave television...
Summary: I purchased this TV at the end of last year after reading a lot of positive reviews on here about the quality of the picture. I currently had the bottom of the line Samsung 55" LED in the room, and was excited for such a great upgrade. Unfortunately the flagship Sharp has nowhere near the picture quality of the bottom of the line Samsung. Here are some problems: 1. Colors are horrible.