I observed the same "soap opera effect" out of the box that other reviewers commented on and followed thier instructions for how to eliminate this. After a little tweaking, motion seemed natural. The first thing I tried out was the Netflix app. After downloading an update, it launched Netflix no problem. After initial buffering of 5-10 seconds loading a movie everything played smoothly with zero lag whatsoever.
Incredibly bright picture, Great Color accuracy
There aren't many 60-inch LED Smart TV's that can be had for $1,100. Actually, at the time of this review, we were only able to find one near that price: The Vizio E601i. And since we've not had the opportunity to review that particular model, we can't draw a comparison. However, we can say that the Sharp LE650 offers great value.
Impressive return on invested dollar
Summing up, based on picture size and quality for the price I paid, I'd have to give the Vizio two thumbs way up! The true test will be over time but for now, I have no problem in giving the Vizio 5 stars. Something else I found interesting is there was no detailed manual that came with the Vizio, only a quick setup guide which was handy. In order to get the big manual will require you to go online and download all 45 pages or some such.
Lots of options for image-tweakers
Which is better: a mammoth TV with a mediocre picture, or a smaller TV with a great picture? If you're in the camp that believes size trumps all, Vizio has just the LCD. The Vizio E601I-A3 spans a whopping 60 inches, yet sells for under a grand. Your budget wins, even though your eyes will wish you'd spent a bit more.
Create images with greater clarity
It is a slight step up from the F6300 series below it. The two series are pretty much the same except for 2 major additions in the features department. First there is local dimming, that helps to create a better contrast ratio, and second is the inclusion of active 3D. Those are two big upgrades for such a small step up. This TV is aimed at those looking for a value model that offers a little more than just a nice picture.
Great picture... as long as you get the settings right
When I first turned on this set I thought the picture quality and color saturation were simply stunning...but. While watching our first well-produced drama program and then a golf broadcast, problems soon became apparent. Even though I'm reasonably well versed in TV set-up, were it not for our professional installer, I'm fairly sure I would have put this 140 lb set back in the box and shipped it back.
Solid color performance, poor contrast ratio
If you're going to purchase a TV in the R550A series, do so because you need a media-hosting device, or are particularly attuned to 3D movies. The 50R550A has plenty to tweak to make the picture better, but the bottom line is that it does not have the dynamic power to create a majestic image, and no amount of fiddling will fix that.
There are plenty of smart, 3D, lower-performance 50-inch TVs available this year and last year for less than $1000.
Couldn't have picked a better TV
I have had the TV for almost a week now after months of TV research. I saw the specs of this TV about 3 months before I bought and thought it was awesome. But I wanted to see the TV first hand. I really wanted to see what the picture looked like. I finally drove 2 hours to the closest best buy that had it on display. It is awesome!! It is almost too real though. Kind of takes the theatrics out, but for sporting events (Angels and Chargers!!!!) it looks awesome.
Stunning 4K resolution, Very good 1080p upscaling
There are TVs made to please videophiles, and there are TVs made to please consumers. The LG 84LM9600 is designed to make consumers - very wealthy consumers, that is - happy. Is it the best-performing TV we've ever seen in action? No. Is it one of the most impressive TVs we've seen? Absolutely.
The LG84LM9600 is a carnival ride for the eyes. It is purely fun and highly engaging. Yes, it is priced out of reach for most of us.
Does a good job of rendering 1080p
The LG 84LM9600 will set you back a cool Rs.1,700,000 (that's Rs. 17 lakh, in case you were wondering), and it's the price you pay if you want to be on the cutting edge of technology. Even if you happen to have this amount as spare change, we wouldn't advise investing it on a 4K TV right now for one simple reason - Content.
Excellent picture quality
The picture is crystal clear and almost looks 3d due to the amazing depth it shows. We looked at it next to the 70" Aquos as well as other LED TV's and the Aquos line by far has the sharpest, clearest picture. If you are considering either the 70" or the 80" it obviously comes down to economics, but I can tell you the 80" definitely dwarfs the 70" when they are next to each other.
Value per square inch is hard to beat on the Sharp LE745U series.
Value is what the LC-70LE745U is all about. Its got a strong set of features with varying qualities among them, but most of all its the price per square inch equation that Sharp is really winning on. Plasma TVs usually give these large Sharp's a good run for their money, but in 70" Sharp sort of rules the day with only a handful of TVs to compete. There are a few 65" plasma TVs such as the Panasonic TC-P65ST50 which sells for a similar $2500 or so.
Just what I wanted
My picture quality is amazing good and I would put it up against anything sony or sammy has to offer. TV had plenty of inputs for all of my equipment and works great. Sound isnt to great but thats to be expected onany slim tv. My home sound system took care of this issue. Not really messed with the apps because I have a computer and xbox 360 for that. I would recommend this tv to anyone looking for a great picture at a great price.
Smooth color gradients
The Sharp LC-52LE640U ($1199.99 MSRP) is one in a series of large-screen, 1080p, Smart TVs, with a heavy motion processing feature. All of these televisions come with AQUOS Link, which allows communication between several AQUOS devices, like DVD players, as well as DLNA to share content across computers and phones. On such big displays, picture quality becomes paramount.
Clearer moving image
The Sharp LC-52LE640U is a part of Sharp's 2012 series of LED-LCD TVs. At 52 inches, the LC-52LE640U is ultraslim, on a narrow bezel. It offers edge-lit LED backlighting, an X-Gen LCD panel, and 120hz refresh rate. The SmartCentral user interface with onboard WiFi and streaming content apps (Netflix, CinemaNow, Vudu, etc) and Aquos Advantage Live. This model has four HDMI inputs.
I love almost everything about this tv. The picture is beautiful. Everything worked great out of the box. 3D is just as good as movie theaters. I highly recommend it.
My only complaint is that built in internet is just OK. It works well with several built in sites such as Netflix. However, I hoped I could use it like a built-in omputer. Maybe I expected too much. Browsing is difficult without a wireless keyboard/mouse input.
Bright Picture Capability with strong Peak Whites
Well, there is hardly anything to currently compete with this 80 inch TV in size. At $5500 or so it's not an inexpensive option and does not seem to offer the fantastic value proposition that some of the other Sharp sizes like 70" and 60" have. There is a Samsung UN75ES9000 75-inch model due to hit the market soon. It will sell for just less than $10,000 if initial reports are true so I guess that makes this Sharp a discount model.
Picture quality good. Some concerns
I've had it for a week now. Here are my observations:
2d to 3D conversion: Though not as good as native 3D content, this TV does a remarkable job. I've tested this feature on a couple football games and the stadium looked recessed where it should. The 3D depth can be controlled too. It works best where there is an obvious difference in depth.
3D broadcast: I tested "the Lorax" on Dish VOD and it looked great though there were some places where crosstalk could be seen.
Bright Picture Capability with strong Peak Whites.
One of the reasons I've mentioned plasma TVs throughout this review in comparison with these new huge Sharp LED TVs is that they compete in price and value. Sharp has really set the benchmark in these very large LED-LCD screen sizes with compelling pricing. Panasonic and Samsung have great plasma TVs with some superior but very different picture attributes. It really depends on your needs. Regardless, there are plenty of 60" plasma choices and even some 65".
Deep black levels produce a great contrast ratio
If we scored TVs strictly for being charming, this Sharp would be a clear recommendation. The LC-60LE847U (MSRP $2,700) is about as charming as a 60-inch television can be: the brushed metal-style base, the unintentionally retro menus, and the coffee table-sized user manual all contribute to this. At TelevisionInfo.com, we base our scores on results and this TV was found lacking.
The LC-60LE847U runs into problems in three key areas: color quality, 3D, and its Smart TV platform.
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