This Sharp Roku TV features integrated Roku streaming technology with over 3,000 streaming channels of movies, TV, music and news, delivered through a Full HD 1080p display. This TV supports any USB device and has HDMI ports to support HD picture and digital sound. The Roku mobile app enables voice commands to control this Sharp Roku TV.
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Very good Roku TV
Posted by: TendedIowa699 from: on
I picked it up yesterday and although have not used it too much, I can still say that this is a pretty good TV for its price. The setup is very easy and the TV's Roku OS setup was also quite quick.
Although the Roku apps for HBO NOW and Amazon themselves are a bit weird to use and not very intuitive and lag a little. I was disappointed with the Spotify app since it needs a premium account and can't be used otherwise. I am used to using them on the XBOX and they much more fluid and responsive on it.
I was also able to setup both Xbox and the cable set-top box very easily on the HDMI inputs. and it recognizes the input immediately. Although in the cable input, the picture that i was getting was 4:3 instead of 16:9. I am not sure why that is. (If someone can help in this regard it'd be great)
The search function on Roku is very good. The picture quality of the TV is excellent and sound is quite decent. I have put it in my bedroom and don't need to turn it up beyond 25-30%.
I will continue to update this review over the next few days as I keep using it.
89 out of 98 found this review helpful.
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Posted by: Ermalee from: on
We purchased this TV in March 2016. Picture quality is fabulous, sound is great. However. Couldn't get the wireless to connect to the internet, and eventually called Geek Squad to have it repaired. Well, they came out, replaced the wireless card, and it worked great. For about 5 hours. Then it started a shut off/turn on loop, and I could not get access to any of the settings, etc. Ended up having to unplug it to stop the loop - just turning the power off does not work. Now Geek Squad will be required to come out again and put another wireless card in the TV, and possibly a new motherboard. For a brand new TV, this is not acceptable, especially since this appears to be a known problem. Bought another Sharp TV for living room at the same time - had problems with it too. Replaced that one, and will never buy another Sharp product.
86 out of 101 found this review helpful.
Nice TV, But know what you're buying.
Posted by: BigB from: on
Nice TV for the price. Not hard to figure out if you have any kind of experience. Wireless only. Had to set up an access point close to set for best possible signal, but I knew that going in. C'mon, how much is an ethernet port? Slow to turn on, like an older computer. Starts up at the "Home" screen, so you will have to select either the cable box input, the antenna input, or one of the Roku channels. Right out of the box you have to register the Roku online (once TV connects) and set up an account from a computer, all before you can use the set. Will NOT connect to cable or antenna first so you can watch TV. All these are little annoyances that really don't matter once it is set up and running and you get used to it. Works great for what I bought it for: a TV with a Roku built in so I don't have to buy one for $100~. Not all channels are free (none of the real good ones anyway), but that's the same on any "Smart" TV. I would buy this again.
66 out of 81 found this review helpful.
Very Good TV, Especially for the Money
Posted by: Racer997 from: Houston, TX on
All the fancy curved and very high definition televisions on the market are making great values of great TVs that are somehow classified as "lesser". I suppose the technology has bee around long enough to drive the prices down of these nice TVs while keeping their abilities very high and cost effective. This Sharp television is in the category. It's a great television with a great display and wonderful color saturation. It's menu is easy to use and understand. Being that it's a "smart" TV makes it standout and become more modern. My only complaint here is that all the "built in" Roku channels are basically what you could pick up on your computer and HDMI connect to most regular televisions, so the advantage is minimal, and one mostly of convenience. But the bottom line is that the television is typically great Sharp quality, the picture is nice, the unit is slim and has a lot of ports and slots, and looks and works great. The capabilities of the television make it even better, and the price, make it a truly great deal.
45 out of 54 found this review helpful.
Great picture with good sound
Posted by: JRinKc from: on
Normally the flat screens that I have purchased in the past the sound was not very good requiring a sound bar. So I bought one with this purchase. I didn't need it. The sound is good and the picture quality is very good. I would recommend this tv to others with no issue.
21 out of 22 found this review helpful.
Perfect combination between Roku and TV
Posted by: Cinctus from: on
We have been Roku owners for quite some years now. My kid’s TV lasted for as long that it was going to. Then one day, we were in the store looking for a camera and came about this item at such a good price and features that decided to buy it. So far the TV has performed better than expected. The image is great, the remote control simple and easy to use, and the integration of a Roku could not be better. All in all, highly recommended.
24 out of 27 found this review helpful.
had an issue with TV within 24 hrs
Posted by: Bluto from: on
Overall, the TV has a great picture and sound quality. Love the ROKU being part of the TV. But within 24 hrs of having it installed and watching it for about 5 hrs yesterday night. This morning tried to turn it back on and it would not turn on. I tried resetting it according to the manual. The one feature I did not like is that it can only be turned on by the remote. There are no switches on the side, front or bottom.
56 out of 74 found this review helpful.
Great tv at this price point
Posted by: Matthew from: on
The tv has a decent picture and good sound. The Roku functions as it should and I love it. I originally wanted the insignia model but the new version is like 39" and while the 43" doesn't seem that much bigger it makes a huge difference to me. I bought this tv as it was the right size and you can't buy something this size and buy the Roku seperate for anywhere near the price. My living room tv is a Samsung and my daughter has a Vizio and the picture on them is much better when comparing. It's very obvious. The picture just looks washed out somewhat and not real crisp. But no one watches tv beside another so it's fine for my bedroom. Great value for a bedroom set. Also, it doesn't have a lot of adjustments to mess with and some may see this as a negative. Personally, I like it as I just watch it and don't get caught up in tweaking things. Super value for the money and only one remote since the Roku is built in.
24 out of 29 found this review helpful.
Great for the first month.....
Posted by: LizTheisen from: on
Bought two of these tvs in August. First 30days, they both worked great, decent picture, sound could be better. However, over the last 30days, or so, both tvs have started "acting up". In the middle of a show on Hulu, Netflix or Amazon, it will completely freeze. Once it freezes you can't turn it off and have to wait for the tv to shut off on its own. When it does shut off it makes a horrible sound. As if the speakers are going to blow! A very loud crack and a flash on the screen. After the tv is off all night and turned on the next morning, it will work fine for the first few hours. By evening it's horrible. Also when watching a show and you want to turn up or down the volume, it lags horribly, starts to freeze and then will automatically shut off. It is worse with tv in living room and not as bad as tv in bedroom. I think that's only because the tv in bedroom isn't used as much. Very disappointed and ready to return these.
20 out of 25 found this review helpful.
A Great Deal
Posted by: mobiusrazor from: on
This is a great TV for the money. The screen size and picture quality is good, and the Roku software is very easy to set up and navigate. The only negative I can give it is that it doesn't have an Ethernet port. I assumed that as a smart TV, I would be able to directly connect it to the network rather than having to use WiFi. It works just fine over WiFi, I was just surprised that wasn't an option. As others have mentioned, you do need a credit card to set up your Roku account and actually use the TV. You will not be charged, but it's there in case you choose to make a purchase through them later.