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CES 2009: Sharp LCD-TVs with built-in Blu-Ray player

08 Jan 2009 | Rasmus Larsen |

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Sharp introduces their new AQUOS LCD-TV series with a built-in Blu-ray player, for a convenient all-in-one home theater solution. The Full-HD 1080p AQUOS BD series, which includes a 52, 46, 42, 37 and 32-inch model, combines television with a side-loading multi-slot for Blu-ray, DVD and CD content.

The series offers a single-step operation feature that turns on the TV and activates play when a BD disc is inserted. In addition, the BD series features a newly developed Advanced Super View (ASV) panel with reduced reflection and a new AQUOS Pure Mode for convenient optimized viewing of Blu-ray titles.

- "We created this series to offer consumers a product that provides the same high-quality, clear picture they've come to expect from a Sharp AQUOS, but with the added convenience of a Blu-ray player for a unique combination solution that allows playback of the latest HD Blu-ray movies," said Bob Scaglione, senior vice president and group manager, Product and Marketing Group, Sharp Electronics Corporation.
- "This product is a one-stop, stylish home theater and the built-in side-loading Blu-ray slot is also a space-saver for style-conscious consumers, eliminating the need for a separate box and extra cables."

 Sharp LC-52BD80U – Blu-Ray Tv
Sharp LC-52BD80U – Blu-Ray Tv


The LC-52BD80U, LC-46BD80U and LC-42BD80U further improve picture quality with Fine Motion Enhanced technology for 120Hz Frame Rate Conversion, a 10-bit panel for Deep Color compatibility and"dejudder" technology that results in the smooth reproduction of film content. Sharp says that all five models offer fast pixel response time. Additionally, Sharp's Spectral Contrast Engine provides deep blacks and high contrast ratios.

Extensive Connectivity
You will find four HDMI inputs on the LC-52BD80U, LC-46BD80U and LC-42BD80U and three on the LC-37BD60U and LC-32BD60U, as well as two component video inputs, all of which are 1080p compatible. The HDMI terminals all have 24p input capability for high-quality Blu-ray video processing.

Pricing and availability
LC-52BD80U and LC-46BD80U will be available in February. LC-42BD80U, LC-37BD60U and LC-32BD60U will be available in January. Pricing have not been announced.

If you have tips or questions about the CES coverage or the new products please use this thread in the forums dedicated to CES 2009.



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