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Sharp - 55" Class - LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR Roku TV

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Jump in to all the action of your favorite movies and sporting events with a flip of the switch on this Sharp 4K television. Ultra HD offers a dazzling real-life image, surrounding you with crisp color and sound. This Sharp 4K television is compatible with over 4,000 streaming channels so you can keep up with everything.

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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Batteries
    • Owner's manual
    • Remote control
    • Sharp 55" Class - LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR Roku TV
    • Stand

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (969 out of 1007)

    Included Free


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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.

    54.6" screen (measured diagonally from corner to corner)

    Large enough to provide an immersive experience for everyone in the room.

    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 4.7 out of 5 stars with 1005 reviews

    96%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good choice for budget friendly 4k Smart TV

      Posted
      JWStL

      Our trusty nearly 10 year old Dynex 55" finally gave out on us, leading me to search for a budget friendly replacement. Found this on sale with decent specifications and a great price. It's been hooked up for about a week now and overall I am happy with the purchase so far. Nice picture with both 1080p and 2160p content. Internal sound is not great, but it's set up with Yamaha receiver in 7.2 so that is not a concern for our use. While we are cord-cutters and use Roku devices on all our other TVs (4), this is my first experience with integrated Roku that essentially serves as the operation platform for functions (even the remote is a Roku remote, with a few additional buttons for On/Off, Volume, Menu, etc). There are definitely pros and cons to the extensive Roku integration. From a simplicity perspective (especially for those familiar with Rokus), it's great if your primary uses for the TV will be streaming from apps such as Netflix, Hulu, Sling, etc. Even with basic external sound such as a sound bar, easy connection via optical cable and you are good to go. There is a drawback to this set up if you use a more advanced A/V receiver for surround sound. As the streaming content is derived internally from Roku, you are limited to Audio Out (Opt/Coax) to your receiver, rendering on screen receiver menus for modifying settings useless. Not a deal breaker as you can still run other devices (i.e. 4k BluRay) through the receiver then out the TV for menu intensive receiver set up, but not the most user friendly. Also as info, this TV is "HDR Compatible", but not UHD Premium certified to produce "true" HDR formats such as HDR10 or Dolby Vision. However, TVs achieving that certification will cost more than this unit. (If you are interested in higher performance HDR, read up on UHD Premium certification) Overall, I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a budget 4k smart TV as this would suit the needs of the majority of consumers. If you are looking for a TV that will be more integrated into a higher end Home Theater, you probably shouldn't be looking at TVs in this price range.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Loving this tv, so far...

      Posted
      MrsC

      I actually got this tv on the rebound. On Cyber Monday I purchased the 50 inch 4k Toshiba with built in Chromecast-- what a complete let down. The picture quality on the Toshiba was terrible! After four days of trying to tweak the settings and hoping the adjustments would somehow fix the cloudy/blurry/oddly colored picture, I gave up. I never even got around to trying out the Chromecast. I had been looking at some of the customer reviews and someone wrote that he returned his Toshiba and replaced it with the Sharp 50 inch 4k Roku tv. He seemed to be very happy with the Sharp, so I figured I would give it a try-- I am soooo glad I did. I returned the Toshiba and purchased the Sharp at the same store visit. Set up was a breeze, but took some time (lots of program loading). I am not a savvy tech person by any means, but I was able to install the Roku and get the tv up and running by myself. The picture on this tv is wonderful-- crisp, clear and vibrant, which is exactly what I was looking for. Although I must admit the sound on the Toshiba was slightly better, I still say the Sharp puts rings overall around the Toshiba, and maybe one day, I'll consider buying a sound bar. Again, I cannot stress enough the disparity in the picture quality between the two tv's. So far I've used Amazon Prime twice. With one of the movies, my new Sharp froze before it even finished with the opening credits-- the second movie was flawless. I highly recommend this tv. I've noticed that some reviewers have complained about the remote, but honestly, I have had no problems with it. It looks great in my bedroom, and I couldn't be happier with this purchase. I paid $369.99 for this set ( the original price was $499.99). The Toshiba was $299.99, but the extra $70.00 I spent on the Sharp was well worth it as far as I'm concerned. If you are looking for a great tv with cool features and a beautiful picture, and you don't want the high price tag that Samsung and the other name brands offer, I would suggest you give this tv a try.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good value, but Roku is finicky

      Posted
      marti038

      I've had this TV for only one day, but I thought I'd go ahead and post some initial impressions. The setup was very easy. You'll likely need some help lifting it from the box, but from unboxing to watching TV may have taken me 15 minutes tops. Once the unit is powered up, it leads you through a setup that isn't all that different from setting up a new smart phone. If you already have a Roku account you'll be asked to login to it and the primary menu screen will populate with the Roku apps you've already been using. The Roku that is built into the TV seems to be a bit slower than the stand alone Roku box I had previously. Not sure if it's still acclimating itself or if it's just got less powerful hardware. This morning it took 2-3 minutes before I could watch sling TV because it was populating the channel listings. Last night I was streaming an on demand show and it "froze" several times during commercials. The stand alone box rarely had that problem. The picture quality is good, sound quality too. If you're really picky about the sound you may want an audio system to accompany this TV. I like the remote control. It's small, simple, and easy to use. Personally, I also love that I don't have a Roku sitting next to the TV anymore. The space around the TV is clean and cord free. There wasn't a manual with the TV, just a "quick start" guide. This was adequate for setup, but I'm having to figure out how to fine tune some of the settings on my own. I'm sure there's a book online, but I'd prefer a print copy. So far, I'd have no problem recommending this TV. It's not a top of the line machine, but for the money I would say it is a good value.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great TV especially for the Price

      Posted
      Brian
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

      DISCLAIMER: I bought this TV to replace a 42" 720 Plasma TV Picture: The first thing I noticed is that the picture looks almost 3D. It is that good. This may be because I was used to lower resolution TV but the difference is that stark. We tried this on several channels, the DVR, DVD and several apps, all had great picture quality. Sound: The sound is very adjustable. It almost sounded echoey (if that is a word). You can adjust the sound for music, speech and a variety of settings. There were big differences between these settings and I really could not decide what I liked. I am sure I will get used to one setting and call it a day. Ports: Plenty of these and easily configured. Even though you can place custom names to the port devices, my only suggestion would be that they add a generic device which covers devices such as Apple TV, Chromecast or Firestick. Not a biggie. Settings: You can have different sound and display settings depending on the port or app you currently are connected to. This allows customization that stays with the particular device or app being used. Remote: I hear complaints about the remote but I actually liked it a lot. It is very simple and the TV operating system works very well with it. Navigating through Netflix on the TV was no different then navigating through Netflix on an iPad. Once you realize how to get around, it is pretty intuitive and quick. Logging into apps is long as to be expected due to typing but it is only a one time deal. Apps: There are a ton of them. Initial setup kind of ignores the obvious ones but it is simple to go back and load these apps into the TV. For example, I had to go back and install YouTube which I would consider a default app. After all, it is on the box cover. Overall: I rate this TV pretty well. It is my first smart 4K TV and I would recommend it to anyone. The fact that it was only $375 makes it all that much better.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good tv, good price

      Posted
      PipeGnome

      After a lot of research and on a budget, I bought this tv after comparing them in the store. We primarily use our TV for streaming, cable TV and Blu-rays. The picture is really good for the price point. There is a little motion blur on high action shots, but it isn't extremely bad. The blacks aren't pitch black, but pretty good and I haven't noticed any of the clouding in especially dark scenes that I got on my older 1080 tv. All of the picture presets seemed a little off on color, but a minimum of tweaking gets you a very natural color scale. I personally like the Roku platform and it seems to be really well integrated into this tv. The only problem I've had with this aspect of the tv is once when I went into Netflix, it logged in fine, but would not show any available titles. I had to do a soft reset from the settings menu. This has only happened once in the month I've had the tv, so I don't consider it a major flaw. It seems it was just a one time computer hiccup. The only other thing I think worth mentioning is about the remote. The volume and mute buttons are on the side of the remote and when picking up the remote I inadvertantly press one of those buttons almost every time. It doesn't affect me too much since I use a surround sound from the optical audio out, but it is kind of annoying. This is probably about as much tv as you can get for under $500. Very happy with my purchase.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Great TV for Low Price

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

      This is a great TV for the price. The TV itself has an excellent, vivid picture when calibrated correctly, and the speakers are excellent (if not using the built-in Roku). The main menu is nice as well. It allows you to customize your connected device inputs, setup a screensaver, access Roku channels, etc. It's got a built in Roku (which is why I bought this model), but Roku built in a volume dampener to try and sell their new wireless speakers, which I find criminal. So if you watch anything using Roku, the sound is horrible. You have to turn it up to near max just to hear it. If I use my Fire TV Cube, My DVD Player, or my HTPC, then the sound is loud and crystal clear, so that lets me know that it's the Roku, not the TV itself. That's pretty scummy if you ask me, and that's why I only gave it three stars. The main cons are the Roku sound quality and the lack of options. There's no component video or DVI inputs, the video and sound settings are minimal, and the controller is just the basic Roku controller w/o the mic or headphone jack. If it wasn't for the Roku sound issues, I would probably rate this a 5-Star TV, even despite the lack of options. If you're looking for a good TV for a HTPC, then this Sharp is extremely hard to beat for the size versus price (I paid $400 on sale).

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Sharp Advisor

        Hello Matt, we value your feedback. If you can be of any assistance please contact us at 855-544-2030 at your earliest convenience. Sharp

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Good for the money but has audio problems

      Posted
      Saltfarmer

      Setup was easy. The picture is good. The Roku function is fast and has a lot of features. The main problem we have had is with the audio. We are running it with only DishTV on the antenna connection. The problem is that the audio only worked for Dish, Netflix, and Youtube. When I selected any streaming channels then the audio would go away. When I returned to Dish it would still not have audio. I would have to power down and start over. I finally found a setting in SETUP that allowed me to watch streaming like ROKU with audio but it still goes away once in awhile. I will turn it on and not have audio on dish (antenna) so I go to netflix and have audio so I go back to Dish and then the audio works. There is also a problem with the volume between the different thing I watch. The Roku movies can be so low that I turn it up to 100 and it is not loud. I hope to get some fix from support for this. Right now these problems are a real pain. I would not buy another one at this time.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Sharp Advisor

        Hello, please accept my sincerest apologies for the inconveniences caused. Kindly contact us at 855-544-2030 for further assistance. Sharp

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good picture, but sound isn't always loud enough.

      Posted
      Xarmark77
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      This is a very good TV for streaming. HD is great even when viewing even with 720 picture quality. It's great for gaming, too. The biggest drawback is some media even on the highest level can be practically inaudible. This doesn't happen extremely often, but enough to be a nuisance. One extra nice feature is that the Roku app can be downloaded on any android device (not sure about Ios) and you can use that as a remote and use your headphones for private listening if you want to watch without disturbing others. One other thing of note is if you watch broadcast TV that there's no number keys. I don't so it has no effect in my viewing, but I can see that as a hindrance to those who want to switch channels regularly. You might want to get a universal remote if that's the case. It was very reasonably priced at $420 when we purchased which was a very good deal for 55" 4K (UHD) Roku TV. I didn't want a smart TV as they seem to have issues with streaming slowing down or audio not matching the video, but I felt so confident with Roku that this was the only smart TV I was willing to buy. So, overall this was a very good deal and fits our needs almost perfectly.

      I would recommend this to a friend




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