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Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Sharp Set To Release More Affordable 4K TVs


Sharp will start shipping in Japan new TV models that use a conventional full HD panel, yet promise to offer superior imagery equivalent to 4K models.

Current 4K TVs offer four times the resolution of standard high-definition TV, but require a dedicated 4K resolution panel.





Sharp 's new Aquos Quattron Pro XL 10 series come equipped with standard high-definition panels but according to Sharp, they are able to provide an image equivalent to 4K quality by illuminating four parts of each picture element separately.

The new series will come in November 30 in five sizes ranging from 46 inches, priced at around 260,000 yen ($2,652), to 80 inches, priced at around 880,000 yen.


Model LC-80XL10 LC-70XL10 LC-60XL10 LC-52XL10 LC-46XL10
Size 80 inches 70 inches 60 inches 52 inches 46 inches
Number of pixels
1,920 × 1,080
Contrast
10,000,000: 1
Viewing angle
Up and down / left and right 176 degrees
Backlight
LED (edge type)
Speakers
10W × 2ch +15 W
Inputs HDMI input × 4, D5 input × 1, composite input × 1, (D-Sub15 pin) × 1, analog audio output × 1 analog RGB input,
Headphone output × 1, optical digital audio output × 1, USB × 3, Ethernet
Power consumption About 324W About 260W About 210W About 162W About 144W
Annual consumption
178kWh / year 150kWh / year 123kWh / year 100kWh / year 84kWh / year
Dimensions     137.2 × 38.7
×87.8mm
119.6×31 119.6 × 31
×77.2mm
105.6 × 31
×69.2mm
Weight     28.5kg 25.5kg 2kg




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