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. The Review. Over the time I have owned this TV I have had nothing but good things to say about it. When I first opened the box I was blown away at my first big screen TV.
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. I was happy with my TV for the 1st year. The 2nd year, I had moved and was having cable issues (and apparently TV issues, but didn't realize it at first since the cable company said it was their fault).
ONE DAY BEFORE WARRANTY EXPIRE, HDMI STOP WORKING!
2 November 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...when this one stop working (probably day after the 3 years extended warranty) I will buy SONY or SANSUNG again.
Summary: I PURCHASED A 52" SHARP TV ON EBAY FROM D P ELECTRONICS AND THE STAND BASE IS MISSING.I'VE CALLED AND CALLED TO NO AVAIL,IS THERE ANYBODY THAT CAN HELP ME RESOLVE THIS PROBLEM OR SHOULD I CALL THE MASS. BBB. PLEASE ACKNOLEDGE.
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. First you have to attach the stand, then just plug in the power cable and your inputs and turn it on. The first thing that you see when you turn it on is an initial basic setup menu.
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. (this is the feature of the Aquos sets that was my primary interest in them) Out of the box, the image quality was quite good but in need of tuning.