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Thursday, September 30, 2010
Sharp to Introduce New AQUOS Quattron 3D TVs with Built-in Blu-ray Disc Recorders


Sharp will introduce into the Japanese market two models in the new LB Series of AQUOS Quattron 3D LCD TVs. The LCD panels in the LB Series (52V- and 46V-inch) use Sharp's proprietary four-primary-color technology, and both models feature 3D-compatible Blu-ray Disc (BD) recorders.

The LCD panels in the LB Series use four-primary-color technology developed by Sharp based on its proprietary UV2A technology. This technology adds Y (yellow) to the three RGB (red, green, blue) primary colors and significantly improves light utilization efficiency to provide a brightness approximately 1.8 times greater than conventional three-primary-color LCD panels, according to Sharp. In addition, these models are equipped with a new Quattron Pure Mode that automatically optimizes high-definition images to match the four-primary-color technology, resulting in smooth, reproduction of images from the built-in Blu-ray Disc recorder.

The built-in 3D-compatible Blu-ray Disc recorder enables viewers to enjoy Blu-ray 3D video using a single unit. Plus, these recorders are compatible with BDXL, the new format for multi-layer recordable Blu-ray Discs, and can record up to approximately 87 hours of high-definition TV programming in extended recording mode (In 10X extended record mode using triple-layer Blu-ray Disc media.)

These models also offer functions for enhanced connectivity with peripheral devices such as digital cameras and mobile phones, and support wireless LAN adaptors.

Both the new LC-52LB3 and LC-46LB3 models will be available in Japan in the 15th of November.





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