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Monday, July 02, 2007
Sharp to Introduce 16 New AQUOS LCD TVs in 26V- to 52V-inch Screen Sizes


Sharp will introduce 16 new G-Series AQUOS LCD TV models featuring a slim design (8.1cm) for easier wall-mounting installaton.

All models in this G Series feature a new compact design with a slimmer profile of 8.1 cm, the industry's thinnest. For example, a large 52-inch model can be installed in the same width as our previous 43V-inch LCD TV model, giving the user approximately 10 inches more in screen size.



Plus, all models use the Kameyama Double-Speed Advanced Super View LCD Panel to reproduce smooth pictures even with fast-motion images, and feature high definition, fast response times, and wide viewing angles. In addition, they deliver a living room contrast of 900:1 (dark room contrast ratio of 2000:1).

Further, these models also include an 1-Bit Digital Amplifier for natural sound reproduction, and the AQUOS Familink, an advanced interface that enables the viewer to operate AQUOS Blu-ray Disc Player, AQUOS HD Recorder, and AQUOS Audio System connected to the AQUOS TV.

For additional information visit http://www.sharp-world.com.


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