Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Sharp First Series of LED Back lit LCD TV

Sharp's AQUOS LED System incorporates its UltraBrilliant LED backlight technology that illuminates the TV to high brightness and contrast levels.

Sharp is ultilizing Direct Back lit Leeds which are evenly installed and able to disperse behind the diffuser, providing more uniform colors and brightness across the entire screen.

New Features :
Full high-definition 1080p X-Gen LCD panel
10-bit processing pixel control to minimize light leakage for extremely deep black levels,
The X-Gen panel has a wider aperture that lets in more light to pass through for higher peak brightness.
Spectral Contrast Engine for a high Dynamic Contrast Ratio of more than 2,000,000:1.
Fine Motion Enhanced technology for 120-Hz Frame Rate Conversion
Fast pixel response time of 4ms.
176-degree viewing angle
AQUOS Net service for an instant access to customized Web-based content and real-time customer support.

Several available models:
52-inch (LC-52LE700UN),
46-inch (LC-46LE700UN),
40-inch (LC-40E700UN,
and smallest 32-inch (LC-32LE700UN)

Sharp also unveiled two giant 65-inch LC-65E77UM and the LC-60E77UN, the first 60-inch LCD TV on the market.

Both TVs will be available in September and I have seen huge promotion sign Board in Penang for 60” Version.

Beginning of July, I have seen an actual display unit 65” model LC-65RX1H for Hong Kong with the following specification which is lower than what they offer for USA.
Double the frame rate from 50Hz to 100 Hz (120 Hz for USA),
Sharp's fine motion Advanced technology reduces blurring from the moving images.
Emphasis that the TV is produced at Kameyama Plant Japan with highest quality assurance standards.
Dynamic Contrast Ratio is 15,000:1
Using RGB Plus direct back light system adds crimson to the three conventional colour wavelengths of Red, Green, and Blue, delivering an even wider and deeper colour spectrum for more natural, exquisite pictures.
The TVwas displayed at entrance of Broadway Electronics at Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, but the price tag told me that I have to stay a bit far was selling at HKD144,000.00!

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