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Sharp Aquos LC42D64U 42-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV

Sharp Aquos LC42D64U 42-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV
Sharp Aquos LC42D64U 42-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV


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Sharp Aquos LC42D64U 42-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV


Sharp Aquos LC42D64U 42-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV

The AQUOS(R) D64U Series raises the bar by fitting large screen sizes into incredibly small footprints. Depth is reduced by 36%, allowing placement in virtually any setting. The D64U Series utilizes Sharp`s proprietary Advanced Super View/Black TFT Panel with multi-pixel technology, providing 10,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio with Enhanced Picture Contrast Technology and 4ms response time. The D64U Series are HDTVs with built-in ATSC / QAM / NTSC tuners and include 3 HDMI(TM) inputs, compatible with 1080p signals, a PC input and 2 HD component video inputs. Side terminals are included for convenience as well as RS-232C input for control. The D64U Series features a sleek piano black cabinet with subtle, recessed bottom-mounted speakers.

  • 42″ HDTV LCD-TV with Full HD 1080p resolution
  • 10,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • 4ms Response Time
  • It featurees PC Input
  • RS-232C Input for control

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  1. 178 of 179 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent HD LCD TV for the price., October 1, 2007
    By 
    C. Brown
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Sharp Aquos LC42D64U 42-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    After researching for 3 weeks, I was set on a Sharp TV. Sony was too expensive for my price range, and while I read a lot of good things about Samsung, this TV’s features for the price sold me. After having it for a little while now, this is how I would rate it.

    Price – Excellent. 4.5/5 Sharp was the cheapest prices between the top 3-4 brands I looked at that had a familiar name and plenty of reviews. I did examine other brands with lower prices on 1080p TVs, but I couldn’t really obtain enough informational reviews or enough good ones to justify purchasing any of them just for the lower price.

    Picture – Excellent. 4.25/5. I’ll be honest, I was a little worried when purchasing a Sharp TV. First of all, I saw it’s previous model (the D62U) at a Best Buy and a Circuit City and was not totally impressed with the picture, but I had heard that sometimes bad feeds or other issues can make a store-display not as attractive. However, my real concern was if my TV would have the infamous “banding” that seemed to plague some of Sharp’s earlier models. You can easily find out what banding is by searching something like “Sharp banding issues”. I won’t go into specifics myself about that. Anyway, I had read this model of TV -can- have banding, but that it is not near as common nor as significant in earlier models. My TV has no noticeable banding issues at all, and I’m not going to go out of my way to nitpick and search for any small issues that may be there as I can’t see them now.

    As for the picture itself, it is great. Much better than the store displays for the earlier model that had me worry. Obviously, out-of-box settings aren’t the best. At first I tried to change picture modes (of which there are several) to a User setting and tweak it using recommendations from some tech forums. This became tedious as people posted different specs and none were really quite looking right for me. So I gave up on that and just tried them on the default settings for what I was doing. I set my HDMI PS3 input to Gaming picture and it looks great. I see no reason to change it beyond that, it looks exactly as I was hoping for. Same with the Movie setting as well for my DVD input. No dead pixels and a crisp clear picture with good contrast black levels and brightness make it a great choice.

    Plenty of options available for picture adjustment as well.

    Features – Very Good. 4/5 Plenty of inputs. You can read the specs in the item description. My only reason for docking it a point is because the 3rd HDMI and 2nd Component are located on the side and stick out when plugged in. I can understand this could be an eyesore for those wall-mounting it or just not wanting to see them sticking out. I am not using that 3rd HDMI port (yet), but I do have 2 component items hooked up and the cords sticking out the side and noticeable from looking at the TV straight-on plus the location of my TV itself does make it a tad annoying, but I am getting used to it and it’s not really bothering me as much as it might others.

    Overall – Excellent. 4.75/5 (note, the overall is not meant to be an average of the other scores). Overall, it’s definately a great buy. There is more that I could say and some things I have probably forgotten about that I wanted to say, but that’s ok. I don’t want to make this too awful long a review. So, yeah, basically my experience with this TV is amazingly good and I would easily recommend this TV to anyone who asked me. It’s price, features, and picture easily won me over.

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  2. 49 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    In the interest of balance, October 15, 2007
    By 
    Zampano “Film Geek” (Cleveland, OH USA) –
    This review is from: Sharp Aquos LC42D64U 42-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I am writing this because I have seen some reviews trashing Sharp’s customer service, and I felt the need to share my own experience to even things out.

    I had originally ordered the LC-42D62U (not from Amazon – sorry!), but discovered some minor ‘banding’ issues with the set when I hooked it up. Overall, the picture was outstanding, but in dark or deep shadow areas slight variations in tone were evident as horizontal bands. If I’d only spent a couple hundred dollars on the set, I might have just let it go, but for over $1500, this wasn’t acceptable. I was initially nervous because, although most customer reviews for Sharp’s LCDs were positive, some of the negative ones were accompanied by customer service horror stories. So, with some trepidation, I called Sharp. It was a Wednesday afternoon. The representative I spoke to was courteous and friendly, and asked if I could take a digital photo of the problem and e-mail it to Sharp. That was reasonable to me, so I agreed. I didn’t get a chance to send the pics until Friday around noon, from my office. By the time I got home from work I had received a reply thanking me for the pics and promising a prompt reply. By the time I woke up on Saturday, I had received another e-mail saying they had reviewed the pics, would exchange the set, and would contact me to make arrangements. Monday morning I got a call at my office from another courteous rep telling me that my new set would arrive in 7-10 days, and the trucking company would pick up the old set when they dropped off the new – AND that since the D62 line was no longer in production, they would be sending me one of their brand new (thinner, lighter, more feature-laden) D64′s.

    The exchange went off without a hitch, and the new set looks absolutely fantastic. Like all LCDs, some fine tuning was definitely required, as the out-of-box settings are overly bright and saturated (to make them pop on showroom floors), but once the set is properly tuned it looks amazing. Blu-ray is awesome!!

    So, the product is a definite winner, and my initial problems were handled with speed, courtesy, and professionalism. All in all, I have to say that this turned out to be the best experience I’ve ever had with customer service from ANY company.

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  3. 47 of 48 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV, October 6, 2007
    By 
    ACA “ACA” (Glendale, California United States) –
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Sharp Aquos LC42D64U 42-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    After many hours of research I came to the conclusion that this TV would be the right one for me. I needed an LCD because the room that I have set it up in is very bright during the day and is in direct sunlight and LCD was the right choice. I have set it with PS3 as my DVD/Blue ray player using HDMI and the picture quality is fantastic. Overall I am extremely pleased with the build quality and picture quality of the TV. The remote control is not the best in the world but is sufficient. You will likely need a surround sound system since the speakers on TV’s are not of the highest quality. I have used a Yamaha receiver coupled with Infinity speakers and this has worked great. One word of advise: If you buy from Amazon contact the seller after they have shipped the item so you can get the phone number for the shipping company so you can make sure someone is home when the TV is to be delivered. I had no problems whatesover. The TV arrived in great condition with no dead pixels. Overall I am extremely pleased with this TV and the price obtained at Amazon was great. I would highly rec. this TV to anyone.

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