Originally Posted by movieguy163201
You have to give more details in your review, because I have no idea what youre talking about
The CRUSH you see in the stores? Explain exactly what this crush is? After a FW update its gone but you still get some freezing? How is this related to this crush?
120Hz setting not good? What source/material are you using it on? Its all about content, we need to know such things
very very light clouding/flashlighting? Just to be clear, which is it? these are not the same, they are infact very different, do the edges show extreme amounts of light? All edges will have a minimal light coming from it (not much, should barely be noticeable, but not annoying at all), just how its works. Clouding.....white clouds on black screens? explain further
Blacks are blue and/or have blue dots? pixels? need to be more specific...
Games have jaggies....from what? What options do you have going on the TV? How is it connected? What system is it? Whats the settings on the system?
Need to know all this stuff to make sure its not operator error or bad terminology
From reading various reviews thus far, I thought that there could be no clouding with this edge lit led technology? I know flashlighting could be a problem (probably a very minor one) on the tips of the corners (and this actually bothers people! I'm talking about 1-2 mm flashlighting at the tips of the corners!! I find that ridiculous and I'm very picky as well, I've returned my xbr6 6 times lol) and very small flashlighting doesnt bother me at all really as its pretty common in all lcd technology, except the big ones from sony bravias lol.
I've been very lucky as I have no clouding or flashlighting on my bravia xbr6 and I feel pretty confident that it'll look even better on the sharp with the edge lit technology.
I'm just concerned about this jitter or jutter or whatever you call it issue. If the firmware update fixed it, I'm starting to lean towards this sharp.
I desperately NEED a bigger screen! Infact, the 52" sharp seems very light (in weight) compared to a conventional hdtv, I might even consider the 52" instead of the 46" now.
The 46" 810 Sharp weighs less than my 40" sony bravia!
Hey guys I have one question, do you guys know if the difference between a 40" hdtv and a 46" hdtv is different at the back of the tv (to mount). Are the screws to attach the mount the same size aspects? I'm asking this because I want to use my 40" hdtv mount with the 46" sharp. Since the sharp is actually lighter than my 40" bravia, I'm not scared at all to hang it up with this mount but my only issue is if the back mount (part that goes on the back of the tv) will even fit on the 46" sharp (dimension size difference?).
Or are they generally all the same size at the back of the tv where the screws are?