Summary: This was my first big screen/flat screen TV purchase. I spent so much time researching and trying to find the picture quality thatI felt looked the best for my needs as well as making sure it would not blur when I was watching the scores on ESPN scrolling on the bottom.
Summary: I have owned this TV for over 2 years and when I bought it I purchased it refurbished for about $1,200 two years ago.... Why this TV is selling for over 2k is beyond me. It is over $1,000 overpriced here. I got the TV and extended warranty and shipping and set up for $1,400. This is just FYI.
ONE DAY BEFORE WARRANTY EXPIRE, HDMI STOP WORKING!
24 April 2010
Summary: Just one day before 12 months since I purchased all HDMI connection stop working, called Sharp and purchased a 3 year extended warranty for 3 years (I guess you going to need). Now I need wait they send the contract so I can call for a repair. My last TV was a SONY, ten years problem free..
Summary: I bought this TV from local club store last week. I believe the club stores are the only place to find this particular model number, but from the research I did online, it is identical to the 52E77U. Setting up the TV was extremely easy.
Summary: I just picked one of these sets up a few days ago at a club store after seeing its price just a couple hundred over the LC-46D65U I've had my eye on for the last year or so. The screen is good. No dead pixels, no blurring issues that I can see, and best of all, no perceptible input lag with my xbox.