Sharp Electronics recently unveiled its 65 inch LC-65XS1U-S and 52-inch LC-52XS1U-S HDTVs during CEDIA, 2008. Both the TVs utilize 10-bit ASV LCD to deliver crisp pictures and sound quality which ultimately enhances color accuracy for dark scenes.
“Since the introduction of the first AQUOS LCD TV in 2001, Sharp has continuously achieved the highest levels of image quality and screen size,” said Bob Scaglione, senior vice president and group manager, Product and Marketing Group, Sharp.
The TVs offer a dynamic contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 and feature RGB LED backlight. The television comes with a metallic edge around the frame which easily matches all your decor. Five HDMI inputs, dual HD component terminals, dedicated PC input and RS-232C port make it easy to use.
Pioneer Corporation joined hands with Sharp and developed a thin-design speaker system with 1-bit digital amplifier to deliver crystal clear natural sound. Set to release in October this year, the price of the LCD TVs is not yet disclosed by Sharp.