Execellent picture quality,incky blacks,
none that I can think of
Let me start by saying that everyone of these 5 star reviews are on point! I've had the pleasure of owning this gem for about 3 months now, and let me say the picture is beautiful. I bought this tv to replace my 73737 Mitsubishi 73" DLP 120hz hdtv. ... Read full review
Let me start by saying that everyone of these 5 star reviews are on point! I've had the pleasure of owning this gem for about 3 months now, and let me say the picture is beautiful. I bought this tv to replace my 73737 Mitsubishi 73" DLP 120hz hdtv. My wife was kind of upset that I would sale a tv that I have had for hardly a year, not to mention giving up 13" of screen for our home media room. I did allot of research on the new flat screen tv's 60"s and up and had pretty much decided on the Panasonic v25 65" plasma, or a Samsung , Sony, or LG lcd\led close to the same size. When I happen to run up on a discussion on a forum about lcd tv's for 2010. I have never been a fan of Sharp tv's. I have owned Panasonic, and Mitsubishi hdtv's and loved them. I would go in the local tv and hometheater stores and see these flat screen tv's on display and the picture looked more detailed and defined than my 73"DLP. I saw that EastCoast tv's had this tv for $1600.00 and I jumped on it. I received my tv about a week later and I have been a happy camper every since. My first test to see the difference in picture quality was of course AVATAR, all I could say was WOWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!! True motion is the bomb! My friends and family come to my media \theater room and all I see is jaw's dropping when I put a blu-ray in or turn on a football game they ask me is this tv 3D I laugh and say no. Take from some one who is a video and audiophile buy this tv you want be disappointed. I looked at it in the Magnolia store in Wheaton Md. next to the $3000 to $5000 led 3D tv's and she was holding her own and cost less than half of those 55" set's.