Summary: I've bought this TV a couple of months ago and it's just beautiful! Not only that looks great on the bedroom, but a very nice picture quality too! The led system adjusts itself to give you better picture quality while in auto mode, and also lets you set up your personal color profile as you like.
Summary: I replaced my 22" monitor and my TV next to it with this 32" Sharp Aquos. This not only save space for me but gives me 1080P clarity and ease of switching with one remote. Try Kindle for PC it's terrific on the big screen It's great for photo editing since the resolution is great with optional Dot...
Summary: It's backligth LED system makes possible an ultra bright sharp image. With low definition signal the performance is very good, but with High Definition signal it has a stunning and outstanding performance. Its only flaw it's the volume level, which sometimes is a little low, depending of the source.
Summary: Skip to the bottom for pros and cons. Background: I'll be using this Sharp LC-32LE700UN exclusively as a computer monitor. I bought this model due to finding out Sharp manufacturer their own VA-panel (Though they call their version ASV or Advanced Super View.
Summary: Make sure that whenever you get this tv you take the time to set it up the way that you want it. I read a review earlier about someone having nearly 1/4 second input lag when gaming. Thats what happens when you leave the tv in film mode.
Pros: This display gives a great picture for the price and is a good step into the LED-LCD for someone without an endless budget. Input lag is virtually non-existent as long as the AV mode is set to game, this also made the text look a LOT better.
Cons: This set does not have local dimming, which is really what makes LED back-lit tv's stand out. Also the speakers on this set aren't very impressive, unless this is going to be in your bedroom, I'd get a separate stereo at least. Also the remote is definitely not as intuitive as it could be.
Summary: Sharp has done an excellent job of improving LCD picture quality compared to my previous LCD purchases in the past. I am satisfied with everything about it. Menu is well thought out and there are a lot of advanced picture settings that are not available on my other units.
Pros: Great Picture No Motion Blur Lightweight Does not generate a lot of heat
Summary: Great tv. Not the best LED, but maybe the best bang for the buck I have seen. I have not experienced any of the problems with the "soap opera effect" many have experienced, and trust me I am very sensitive to that. I recommend it to anyone.
Pros: Brightness Adequate inputs Optical out Contrast Ratio Sleek
Cons: Slow startup( but not as slow for me as many have claimed) I believe the VGA input resolution is limited, but ordered a good dvi-hdmi cable cheap from m**oprice, hoping that will fix it.
Summary: This was our first foray into HD and I did a lot of research. I incorrectly pictured hours of hair-pulling frustration getting it to work (that actually came in dealing with Comcast later). My 12-yr old son did most of the setup while I kept asking if he was done yet.
Pros: Excellent, crisp, outstanding picture - blew me away. Easy setup. Very intuitive connection of peripherals. Lots of HDMI connections available. Nice aesthetic design. Blue light at bottom - gotta love those blue lights!
Cons: Minor: Delay in turning on and actual picture - I have got to learn patience. Remote not so intuitive. Screen graphics that let you know it's adjusting brightness - just do it, I don't want to know about it. Major: Shark Week not here yet!