Unlike Mitsubishi who aim for the unlimited screen size, Sharp intro the not so big but great for home entertainment HDTV with the largest size come in 60-inch, follow by 52-inch, 46-inch and smallest 40-inch. So what is the value of this New Sharp LX Series LED AQUOS HDTVs?
Well, this model has been fully compatible with HD format 1080p and adopting LED backlight technology. That’s pretty normal actually, but the following is the core attractions of Sharp LX series HDTV that might push people to get one.
The system has been equipped with an ultra-high or probably stunning contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1. While providing such a vivid and contrast display, Sharp claimed that the LX Series of LED AQUOS HDTVs will cost 30% lesser in power consumption. Now that’s a good deal!
The HDTV also has a Du-Bass ARSS 6 Speaker system that go nice with 2.1 Audio Channel system. but the speaker system is not available for the 40-inch HDTV. Kind of a humiliation for those who can’t effort the bigger screen anyway…