Today I have been informed by Best Buy that this TV may not be repairable
Bill C. Walker, Amazon
4 May 2015
Summary: I bought a Aquos LC70LE732U 0n 04/03/12. On 12/18/14 I tried to turn the TV on and got nothing, no power. for 4 1/2 month I have received the run around from the "Geek Squad". Today I have been informed by Best Buy that this TV may not be repairable, they are looking into my options.
I still have a clump of crap hanging on my wall the does not work
Michael Chittum, Amazon
12 September 2014
Summary: After two months of their customer service deeming my TV is broke, I still have a clump of crap hanging on my wall the does not work. They say they don't have anything to replace it. I am in technology field.\ I WILL NEVER BUY A SHARP TV. I WILL NEVER RECOMMEND TO ANYONE.
Summary: Very sophisticate calibration systems tend to confuse the user, it will have an excellence picture in one show than it degraded in the next (in same station same day) limited on line contends On screen display is to small if you seat over 10 feet's away.
Summary: Have it hooked up to an antenna and get 50 channels in HD over the air which seems normal so the tuner must be pretty good. The picture looks good & its sure to impress anyone who sees it. After a few years the hdmi 1 slot seems like it may be beginning a downward decent, but so far so good.
Summary: I have spoken to several Sharp customer service agents. You CANNOT access web browsing-- their "browser" is a s***ty "console" that has widgets and these are the only websites you can reach. It is a piece of s***.
Summary: After only 7 months a yellow line appeared down the center. The repair people said it was the panel and that it would cost 2400.00 to fix it. I Google d the problem and apparently several people who bought a Sharp LED are having the same problem.
Summary: I am the Chief Engineer in a television Studio and as such I deal with HD images all day every day first generation original so it is very hard to impress me. This does. It is impressive. Hangs easily and accepts outputs from a myriad of sources. You cannot go wrong with a Sharp!
Summary: We purchased this tv not only for its size but for internet access such as YouTube. Sharp does not allow the tv to do this (atleast the 70" Quattron. I contacted the AquosAdvantage and they said this tv does not allow it, it can only go the the sites on the Apps page, you cannot load any others on...