The 65 inch Sharp Aquos LCD HDTV claims to be 1080p, but isn’t really! This review talks about how Sharp pretty much lied on that one. Wow! The TV can accept a 1080p signal and has the resolution to display it. It’s just the bit in between that’s missing. People who paid $8000 for that, thinking they could use it at 1920×1080 on their computer, must be pretty displeased. The early adopter penalty comes through again.
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Wow, I knew the Sharp LCDs had problems with horizontal and vertical banding, but this is even worse. An outright lie on their capabilities. They obviously spend as little as possible on the image processing to entice customers with a low price.