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Sharp - 43" Class - LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR Roku TV

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Enjoy maximum impact from this Sharp 43-inch TV. It turns up the detail thanks to ultra-precise 4K resolutions that deliver four times as much detail as Full HD, creating complete immersion in your favorite movies or sports. Detailed contrasts and precise color rendering keep you watching this Sharp 43-inch TV.

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    What's Included


    • Batteries
    • Owner's manual
    • Remote control
    • Sharp 43" Class - LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR Roku TV
    • Stand

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1120 out of 1184)

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    Features


    Roku Smart TV

    Roku TV offers access to stream 500,000+ movies and TV episodes from one simple, intuitive interface.

    42.5" screen (measured diagonally from corner to corner)

    A great size for a living room or mid-sized home theater space.

    2160p resolution for breathtaking HD images

    Watch 4K movies and TV shows at 4x the resolution of Full HD, and upscale your current HD content to gorgeous, Ultra HD-level picture quality.

    Watch high dynamic range (HDR) content on your TV

    With an HDR-compatible 4K TV, you can enjoy HDR movies and TV shows, in addition to all your current content.

    Built-in Roku smart platform delivers access to a world of entertainment

    Stream from Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, or choose from more than 4,000 other streaming channels.

    LED TVs perform well in all lighting conditions

    They also deliver plasma-like deep blacks and rich colors.

    3 HDMI inputs for the best home theater connection

    High-speed HDMI delivers up to 2160p picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable. HDMI cable not included.

    Enjoy the picture from multiple angles

    178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles provide a clear picture for viewers seated near the side of the screen.

    1 USB input

    Easily connect your digital camera, camcorder or other USB device.

    Manage the viewing experience for your kids

    The built-in V-chip lets you block content based on program ratings and check ratings of unfamiliar programs.

    Web-based services and content require high-speed Internet service. Some services may require a subscription.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 1184 reviews

    95%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      My second Sharp and what a great deal.

      Posted
      Tom2017
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This UHD 4K 43" TV is great! The second Sharp I paid around $315 to own. Amazing PQ on both. Having had a Sony XBR CRT years ago, so PQ is a must and this set has it, so does my other Sharp FHD. Let me clear up some previous items. There is a physical power button, it's by the light at lower left under the TV which means you can turn off and on without the remote. Also the sound I find fine, we have the TV in a wall unit and the sound projects fine in the room (no need for a soundbar) As for the Roku TV... Pretty sweet, easy set-up and you can customise the icons and additional ones if you need or remove some. Any input you need can be added to the Roku home screen. You get a nice live preview w/sound, for instance, HDMI1 (I relabeled Cable TV) can see whats playing. Makes me happy I waited on ROKU or other streamers. Seems in 2017 they are fast enough and worked the kinks out. For years I had a few Sony streamers I found for $15... nice to have streaming built into the TV and one less remote to lose. Another cool feature is it supports Miracast and allowed me to easily wirelessly project my Surface Pros to the screen with full HD. It also allowed Continuum on my Lumia 950 to wirelessly project. It also has ETHERNET so I easily hardwired the connection. A very nice touch. USB too. For those who have not owed Roku, my first time too. Here is what you get. A great interface it puts tiles for all the streaming content. So things like Amazon, Netflix, Hulu and... others you can add such as YouTube, CBS All-Access, Pluto TV and the music streams Pandora, iHeart etc. The setup is easy you simply go to the website and type in your code displayed on the new TV... as for individual sites you may have to do the same usually, the TV will tell you a code to join it to things like Amazon Prime, Streaming. For TNT or similar it'll need your cable account.... In a few minutes, you can be all set up. The remote is nice, no voice input but its comfortable and small with a slightly rubberized texture. Watching shows it's apparent the extra dynamic range as all colors are so deep and true. People say you cant tell the difference from FHD, I disagree we have this TV about 10 feet away and the UHD makes a big difference plus its clearer closer as there are no pixels. In 2017 if you are not getting both 4K and UHD you are missing out IMO. 60 FPS is not as good as some other sets. I watched some NFL games to check if there was any lag, It looked fine. Bottom line: Sharp makes great TV's, in 2017 UHD and 4K are "must-haves". For $300-400 if this is the size you need for your space (38 inches across) it's hard not to absolutely love this TV and its overall package.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      No Need to Preface With..."For the Price"

      Posted
      ConsumerBulldog
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I was skeptical about a Sharp product, and had my reservations about a Roku TV, hearing it was inconvenient to work around. After four months of use, I can say I am happy on both counts. Normal television functions are pretty good: color temperature is fine, blacks are deep enough with factory settings (though you will see "smearing" on black screens), I haven't noticed any halo effects, and there is no noticeable blurring after one day of football viewing. 4K viewing is limited, unless you want to pay for a 4K channel, so I have even more limited frame of reference. What I have seen is dazzling, though you may not always want to see some things or people in 4K detail. Sound is reasonably good, and plenty loud--though if you want THX-quality, you will need to pop for a sound bar. IF you want to use the sound bar with a Roku Store channel, you may need to kill your satellite/cable signal first, or risk hearing two audio programs. The Roku part of the equation was a pleasant surprise. Roku provides a variety of free movie channels (including Roku's own wonderful FREE channel), with most supported by commercials, but offer uncut films, ranging from classics, to 1960s-80s drive-in fare, to mainstream motion pictures. The big networks, except pay-to-play CBS, provide app-like channels which are available at no charge, provided you have cable or satellite. Local channels are available to some extent, providing anything from a video clip service and local weather, to full LIVE programming on the ABC channel. Downsides: the remote doesn't do much, so you will likely use the Sharp remote just to turn on the TV, and switch over to Roku channels, or video sources, and this is not a voice-activated remote. Yes, you will need to select a video source EVERY time you turn on the TV, which involves three moves on the Sharp remote--the power button, toggling to your desired video source, and hitting the select button. No, it is not ideal, but it is not a deal breaker. BTW: Measure the width of your TV stand, as the feet on this model are spaced fairly wide. Okay, I'll say it, "For the price..." I am impressed. For the price, you could do a lot worse.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Great Pic but sound leaves something to be desired

      Posted
      xPiaRes
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      This tv was on sale for a good enough price $299. I hadn't planned to buy a TV with ROKU but I might one day be glad I did. It was very easy to set up. The only thing I didn't like was that the only way to enable the tv to get regular programming through my cable box I had to basically give up my rights to any privacy and let ROKU track and share my viewing habits and even create personalized advertising for me. Ugh! No thanks!!! There's a way to rescind the permissions after the fact but still I didn't appreciate that I couldn't just bypass that altogether! I'm still not so sure that other free programs like YouTube, etc. aren't also tracking and sharing my viewing habits on this tv. This violation of privacy really irks me! Back to the tv itself. I like the quality of picture, the generic ROKU remote that comes with it is the most basic as they come. Not very intelligent or useful. The TV itself cannot be turned on or off without the remote, and there's no volume or channel controls on the tv itself, so you better make sure you don't lose your remote! The worst thing about it is the rear facing speakers. I have to have the volume turned all the way up to a minimum of 85 to hear tv shows or movies and that's when I'm alone and it's quiet in the house! Then of course it blairs when a commercial comes on. I might have to invest in a sound bar or speakers for the tv. I guess I'll keep the tv but had I known some of these things in advance, I would have bought another brand. I originally went to buy a larger LG to replace the LG I had for over 8 years but they were sold out. Sharp ROKU was my second choice. Knowing what I know now, I would probably rate it as my last choice.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      I am blown away!

      Posted
      Marvlus
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I waffled between this Sharp and the 48" Vizio. I already had a HD 55" Vizio (non UHD). I thought that tv was awesome...boy was I wrong! So this is my first 4K and all I can say is WOW I have been missing a lot. The colors are so vibrant and the picture is extremely crisp even when in just HD. I do have cable on the main TV, however this is just OTA which comes in great. So far I've used HBO GO an YouTube, which gave me UHD. The speakers are the only downside for me as they are rear facing, duh! I attached my small JBL flip to it and it sounds much better, will be investing in a sound bar soon. Other than that I was leaning towards the Vizio because it was bluetooth capable, however I fortunately found out that doesn't mean you can connect wireless speakers. And oh yeah did I mention how seamless the Roku was to set up, you can download anything you can think of, so far besides HBO I also have Crackle and YouTube, Netflix premium which has UHD options will be next. I may never leave my room LOL. One last thing you'll need to do after getting this set up is to go into settings for both the TV and Roku to take it out of store mode. I am so impressed with this dang thing, I could care less the refresh rate is only 60Hz, not that I'd know the difference anyway. Gotta go, Orange Is The New Black binge is about to start. Enjoy!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A Roku is a Rokus is a Roku

      Posted
      csinclaire
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I like Roku -- I have and enjoy one of the original streaming devices (Roku 3) on my main TV. I got this Roku TV for the bedroom because I don't have a DVR in there, but with wi-fi, I can still have plenty of viewing choices through Roku. The TV works very similarly to my streaming device. I would like the remote better if the buttons were a little more raised, as they are with my streaming device remote. It is hard to be sure what I'm pressing if I'm in a darkened room. I leave the TV on Pandora most of the time, but when I actually watch it, the picture is fine, and the TV operates like any Roku. But for some reason, it seems to want to cut off once in a while -- not while I'm watching it, of course, but often, only maybe after a whole day of operation (12-18 hrs), I will go in the bedroom expecting to hear Pandora playing, and the TV will be off. Or else, the Roku function will have sort of "timed out," and the Roku "landscape" will be rolling past. Maybe this is an issue with Pandora timing out, but usually when that happens, it doesn't return to the Roku "landscape" screen, and I can restart it by pressing OK to the question "Are you still listening?" So ... Roku seems to have a mind of its own, returning to the landscape screen now and then or the TV turning off altogether. With that said, none of this is really that big a problem. It isn't constant nor anything like frequent, and it is easily rectified. I do like the TV. I think the volume is a little unpredictable from channel to channel, but that is probably each channel's lookout. The only other slightly negative thing has to do with the wi-fi connectivity. I don't know why, but I usually have to reconnect the wi-fi again if the TV has been turned off. Eight out of 10 times, I turn on the TV, and it is no longer "connected." It is quick and easy to reconnect, but a bit annoying.

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Sharp Advisor

        Hello, thank you for your honest feedback. If we may be of further assistance please contact us at 855-544-2030. Sharp

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great 4K TV for the Price

      Posted
      BobEA

      We decided to upgrade to a 4K TV from a 1080p TV and I'm so glad that we did. This Sharp TV has a fantastic picture and lots of connections, which provide a great deal of flexibility. The main reason I bought this TV was because I needed to connect my TV to an older Bose Sound System that only has analog audio connections. Since a new sound system would be at least $500, it was more economical to buy a new TV with the proper ports. In addition to the digital audio out (for new sound systems), this TV has an analog audio out for older (for older sound systems). This is actually a pretty rare feature in newer TVs, as most just have the digital out. As mentioned above, the picture quality is fantastic, and the viewing angles are excellent no matter where I sit/stand in the room. The minimal 4K video we've watched looked incredible and I've noticed the TV up-scaling to make the picture look better when playing 1080p content as well. As others have mentioned, the remote is... weird. The strangest thing is that the volume controls are on the side of it, which makes it very difficult not to accidentally mute when you pick the remote up. We're using the DirecTV remote for volume, so this isn't a problem for us, but it might be a deal breaker for some. The remote also doesn't have any numbers on it, so you will have to use your cable/satellite remote to change channels. I haven't really used the TV's speakers, but they seem okay. Not fantastic sound, but better than some TVs I've used. I found the Roku (Smart TV) features to be easy-to-use and they work well. The DirecTV remote could not find the code to sync with the remote (I think this is a DirecTV problem, not a Sharp problem). After some searching online, I found the code that works for this TV. It is 10885.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Quite satisfied

      Posted
      Postman
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I purchased this set a few days ago. This is the first 4K TV I've owned. Most of the source content I have is max resolution of 1080P. I had convinced myself I didn't need a 4K TV but it was on sale so I bought it. The picture can safely be described as "Wow!". We've had Roku boxes all over our home for a few years. I was concerned that the 'Smart' functions in the TV would be underwhelming, clunky and slow because my other 'smart' TVs have had clunky menus and slow processors. I'm happy to report the built-in Roku on this TV is every bit as speedy as the latest Roku I own, the Premiere +. I have Netflix, Amazon, NHL Network and Plex. These services all work great and look great. If you're presently a Roku owner, you'll like the way the single Roku remote works to operate this TV. Setup was a breeze. I was prompted for my Wifi information though I could have used the built-in wired ethernet. I already have a Roku account. Once I provided that information, the Roku updated itself with all of the channels I already use. I am not as happy with the audio options. This TV replaces a TV that died in our bedroom. The old TV sounded MUCH better than this new one. This has been a disappointment in other newer televisions I've purchased. The built-in speakers are tiny and therefore sound performance is lacking. The speakers face backward toward the wall. I don't understand why they can't use a larger diameter speaker to make it sound better. It does get plenty loud but the low-frequencies are simply not there. Additionally, my external Roku allowed headphones to be plugged into the remote so I could watch TV without disturbing anyone. Sadly, that feature is not available with this built-in Roku. Overall, I'm very pleased with this television so far. If I was inclined to fuss about technical specs, I suppose I could find something bad. However, the TV looks and works great. If that's what you want, you can buy this one with confidence.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Roku Implementation is Bad

      Posted
      Godzilla

      Although many find this TV easy to use and colors are acceptable. The Roku interface is fast enough about the same as my Roku 3. But not up to Roku 4 or better. It seems to be a hybrid between the 2. The Bad News: 1. The Roku Implementation is not on par with a Roku 4 or better. It does not support x265 hevc encoding. So when you watch Netflix you won't get the true 4k experience, it has to transcode to x264. Same with other services. X265 uses a lot less bandwidth. The Netflix images where blurrier on 4k than normal HD content. 2. Up scaling compared to other TV's seemed to make image worse. 3. Don't expect firmware upgrades as this is a special item just for BestBuy. Sharp now owns Hisense. I have a Hisense 55" 4k and it has a built in x265 decoder, 1080p x265 content play's back much more clearly than Netflix 4k. 4. The tv is highly integrated with the Roku device. This makes display changes a pain, you have to transverse many menu's. Sure you can use a streaming box that supports true 4k content and x265 encoding, but that seems like a waste. x265 encoding is the future this TV's hardware and Roku implementation are obsolete.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Sharp Advisor

        Hello, I am sorry for the inconveniences caused. Please contact us at 855-544-2030 so we may be of further assistance. Sharp




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