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Sharp AQUOS LC-37D64U


$1,299.00 Released March, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Bezel has a sleek design that isn't just a boring box but still isn't distracting while watching the screen. Colors are bright and vibrant, everything just pops. Viewing angle is as advertised, can sit at an extreme angle and still see colors as brightly as sitting in front.

The Cons:Can't get the name of the program you're watching unless you change channels. Can't get very realistic colors, even after adjustment.

The D64U Series is Sharp's least expensive line of LCD televisions that offer a 1080p native resolution. For more information refer to the full Sharp AQUOS D64U Series report.

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  • 1080p native resolution.

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  • 2,000:1 static contrast ratio, 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
  • 4 ms response time
  • 450 cd/m2 brightness
  • Inputs: HDMI x 3, Component x 2, Composite x 3, S-Video x 1, VGA x 1

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    bezel has a sleek design that isn't just a boring box but still isn't distracting while watching the screen

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    colors are bright and vibrant, everything just pops

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    viewing angle is as advertised, can sit at an extreme angle and still see colors as brightly as sitting in front

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    remote control is well laid out and comfortable to hold as you work with it

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    plenty of inputs available, enough for almost any household with additional support for legacy equipment

Cons
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    can't get the name of the program you're watching unless you change channels

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    can't get very realistic colors, even after adjustment

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chris pablo
chris pablo: #sharp_aquos_lc_37d64u To whom it may concern,
This is in connection with the sharp, aquios model LC60C52U LCD HDTV that we bought last year,un fortunately it was accidentally fell and the portion of the LCD screen is broken. Can we possibly give it back to any nearest sharp service center for any purpose they may need instead of just put it in the garbage, because, the other parts are still functional. And, is it possible for you to give me special discount on the next sharp TV that im planning to buy, a 24" lcd hdtv.
Thank you and im hoping for your kind consideration regarding this matter.

Sincerely,

Chris Pablo
1927 virginia ave. McLean, VA,USA 22101 Mar 5, 10
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Dr. Phil
Dr. Phil: #sharp_aquos_lc_37d64u I went out and looked at a bunch of TVs and got so over loaded with info. I decided to look at technical reviews.
I needed a 37" TV and found that A plasma 37" would not give a true HDTV because of plasma limitations.
In looking at LCDs I found that many brands have issues with the technology. Three of the sites I looked at recommended Panasonic, Sharp, or Sony as reliable brands. The articles were also very direct about staying away from Korean made TVs such as Samsung.
Anyway, I got this cotton picker all hooked up and when I turned it on all I could say was "WOW".
The colors were very crisp and clean. With the 1920x1080 resolution I felt like I could reach out and grab the image.
The picture on this unit is just amazing. I turned on Indy racing and football in HD and was very impressed. Everything in the picture seemed to have a natural flow with none of the jumping or flashing I have seen in some other units. I found that this was due to the very fast 4ms response time of this TV.
Another thing that impressed me was the sound quality of this TV. I had read negative reviews of other TVs in reference to the sound, but this TV had none of those problems.
If you are looking for a great looking, reliable HDTV at a good price than you can not do better than this little cotton picker.
The only issue I had with this thing was the set up. Being fat dumb and dumber it took me a while to get it done, but after it was all said and done it was well worth it.
I am going to buy another HDTV and you can bet I will be buying another Sharp Aquos TV. If this thing ain't 5 star, I don't know what is. Sep 9, 08
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