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I recently purchased the 32" Sharp Aquos LC-32D4OU HDTV through my local TV Service Center. I have been in the market for a while know (1 year) and talking with my local supplier. He had advised me back then to hold off as the prices he felt would drop at a rapid pace along with improvements in overall image quality. About a month ago he finally called and said that he had a special purchase and it would be a good opportunity to pick one up. I took him up on the offer as his price actually beat the big box stores by about $100. I also was pretty well primed to get into the LCD market and was looking forward to a larger viewing area from my current 20" unit I had upstairs. My TV vendor prepared me well in advance to the realistic expectations for overall picture quality as most programming is still in Standard Definition (SD) with limited HD content available. As to the features of the Sharp Aquos, it offers a number of connection hook ups beginning with your basic coax cable. There are 3 composite type hook ups, 2 component and 2 HDMI inputs. The Aquos also features 2 fixed mounted speakers producing 10 watt"s per speaker. The audio settings available from the TV include, Stereo/SAP/Mono along with separate bass and treble controls and balance. This Aquos also features SRS WOW for a deeper bass experience from stereo sound sources. If you do decide to use the SRS option through the TV speakers I would leave at the low setting as high is just to much for the TV speakers and will vibrate a bit from time to time depending on the audio level output. The cabinet is finished with a high gloss piano black border and the speaker enclosures with a flat look. The stand for the Aquos is very durable and lacks any tilting options. With a total of 6 inputs available you have a very wide range of hook up options available. Viewing angle is very good with an advertised viewing degree angle of 176. The video options include your standard 4:3 ratio as well as a smart stretch to fill the screen when viewing 4:3 programming. A zoom of 2.35:1 for anamorphic DVD"s in full screen and a stretch zoom of 1.78:1 for DVD"s. You also have the V-chip settings available with this TV. I currently receive my video signal through a Dish Network 522 DVR Receiver. I have found that the S-Video connection along with audio composite audio cables yields the best overall picture and sound. There is just too much pixilation and artifacting of the picture if you use the basic coax connection. While not perfect the s-video hook up offers a decent enough picture until the HD becomes more widely available. My VCR is hooked up the same way and yields a similar result as above. Where the TV excels at the moment is with the DVD player. I currently have it set up through the component hook ups which are available as inputs 3 and 4 on the Aquos. My current DVD player is a Go Video R6750 Recorder with it set for component viewing. The picture quality is outstanding with both black and white films such as It"s a Wonderful Life and color DVD"s details are very impressive with a more precise crisp look. One of the nice things I like about the Aquos is that you can label your Input Settings such as Input 1 (Sat) Input #3 (DVD) along with any adjustments for video settings and save them to memory for each input. Now for those of us who have spouses that despise learning the remote and component use all over again, I can recommend the Logitech Harmony 880 Remote (see reviews at here at epinions). This remote is a true all in one remote that simplify"s every aspect of your viewing experience. I would highly recommend this. For Picture settings Sharp has a factory default of about 25 for a brightness level and 40 for contrast with the number of 50 being the highest setting available. I have found that with the Satellite viewing I am able to drop the levels down to 20 and 18 respectively and save it to memory. With my movies I have found that the factory presets are fairly good and have made some minor adjustments and again can save to memory on my DVD setting. There is also a sports setting for video but I have yet to really try that feature as of yet. The Remote, ahhh the remote. It is a fairly long thin unit that while it does function okay, is not able to be programmed for my Dish DVR or Go Video DVD Recorder. Thus the suggestion for the Harmony Remote. When you look at the remote, the bottom seems like it is a blank void, but actually there is a pull down front door compartment that reveals a favorite settings button as well as a sleep timer setting. This is the one thing I wish that Sharp put a little more thought into because the TV is just so good. The Aquos also has a back light setting so that you can adjust according to the given interior lighting conditions and set to your liking. A Contrast Ratio of 1200:1 makes for a very sharp defined picture with a very good black level. Fast response time of 6mms for this set is very good and I have not experienced any noticeable ghosting at all. For the Money, the 32" Sharp Aquos delivers a lot in the way of value and exceptional picture quality. I am looking forward to many years of pleasant viewing experiences. I can"t wait for HD programming in quantity. UPDATE: 1/25/2008 I have now owned this TV for over 15 months and have had no problems with it. My primary TV provider source is Dish Network via the 522 DVR receiver. The picture from live or fairly new broadcasts is excellent. Older programs can show somewhat of a muddy look to it as it relates to the blacks or dark sequences. Additionally, high action sports can highlight motion blur with my current set up. I am also currently trying this TV with our local cable provider (Time Warner) and I am able to pick up both the Analog and Digital signal without the addition of a seperate box. The Tuner built into the Sharp Aquos is capable of picking up these signals. For channels in digital and broadcast in HD the picture is simply stunning with no artifacting and the blurring demonstrated from sporting events is eliminated when viewed in this format. As to the Clarity, an example I can sight is the World Series games broadcast on Fox in HD. During the game closeups on a Pitcher revealed the individual whisker hairs on this chin which in Standard Definition you would never be able to see. Also, the dew on the grass was lifelike and you could see the individual blades of grass. Again, simply an incredibly detailed picture in HD Format. On the Aquos, the Digital/HD channels were picked up in a decimal range between the analog channels 18 and 19. For example, 18.006 was the CBS affiliate, 18.013 NBC and so on. When you are receiving the HD format it will broadcast automatically in the wide screen format. Most HD currently is being broadcast by the national affiliates in the evening and not the local channels. HD Content currently is available in the evening at this time. All in all I am very happy with my selection of the Sharp Aquos and I am looking to upgrade to the 46" Aquos for our family room during the year. Update: 1/28/2011 It has now been just over 4 years since I purchased this TV and this unit continues to perform exceptionally well. One thing that I have noticed is that there appears to be a bit of a sound distortion in certain segments of a program. I had the WOW SRS feature on and have since shut it off and that has resolved the problem. I really don"t expect much from TV Speakers to begin with, so I do not find this to be an issue. I have upgraded to the DISH 722 DVR with this TV and the picture in HD Broadcasts is just exceptional. Very well defined images and Color reproduction is good although a bit on the reddish side. I wish that this unit had the settings that my 52" Aquos has so I could adjust color hues, but for a bedroom unit this TV really is very good. I have also noticed with the HD, that when viewing sporting events motion is much improved over that of my previous digital cable hook up. Kudo"s to Dish for a great picture signal and sound experience. All in all, I am very happy that I have made this purchase and it still performs as when I first purchased it with absolutely no issues. I can recommend the Aquos line of Sharp highly as we know own three of their units and all have been problem free with exceptional picture quality.
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I bought my Sharp Aquos 80" TV from Best Buy 2 years ago. It was touted as one of the better TV"s that was available in the market. However that was short lived and now there is an annoying horizontal line that has appeared across my screen. I called Best Buy and they told me that there was nothing they could do and I would need to call Sharp. I was told by Sharp that the warranty was no longer in effect and that I needed to call one of their authorized repairman (which they so kindly provided the number).
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