3 thoughts on “Sharp 60SQ15U TV with Sound Bar”

  1. Very nice TV indeed This TV replaced my 2-year old Samsung UN55EH6000FXZA 55″ LED TV. Out of the box, I didn’t notice any dead pixels, clouding, or bleeding. Initial step-by-step setup was easy to follow. I followed this calibration setting to bring out the best of what this TV can offer. No regrets…worth every penny!System OptionsPower Control – Power saving = OffPicture SettingsAV Mode MovieAuto Light Sensor OffBackLight +2Contrast +30Brightness…

  2. Got this to solve my Vizio problems. This TV is just amazing. I purchased two Vizio 70”s and got two duds. I upgraded to this bad boy and never looked back. There are some reviews that state that this TV is complicated, or hard to set up. This TV is totally programmable when it comes to user preferences. This thing is like a new computer. RIGHT CLICK ON EVERYTHING!!!! The color out of the box is heart stopping. The whites are pure, and when it fades to black, with the power light disabled, you cannot tell that it is powered up…

  3. Nice features for a nice price I was coming from a 55 inch LG passive 3D TV and was looking for something larger. I looked extensively at several models including this one, Sony W950, LG 70LB7100 and several Samsung ones. What won me over to Sharp (which I never owned before) was the size, picture quality and price. The screen is a true 10 bit, 240 Hz refresh rate. Q+ technology is interesting as it sharpens the picture to a 2k resolution. The TV accepts a 4k signal and displays it in 2k resolution. I watched some 4k YouTube…

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