Sharp FH510 with Time Shift
Sharp FH510 is cheaper Time shift enabled TV

08 Sep 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

Sharp has introduced another interesting addition to their flat panel TV line-up on IFA 2010 in Berlin. The new range called FH510 is a cheaper Time Shift recording enabled TV that gives you some of the functionality from the more expensive Sharp ranges.

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Sharp FH510

Sharp FH510 is a mid-range LCD-TV model with design in black glossy plastic and a blue line running at the bottom of the bezel.

Sharp LC-32FH510S
Sharp LC-32FH510S with Time Shift recording


The most interesting feature about the FH510 model is the Time Shift recording function. This allows the user to record TV shows and put live TV broadcasts on pause with the help of an external USB hard drive or USB stick that has to be connected to the TV.

Sharp has incorporated a Full HD panel with CCFL backlight. Sharp also mentions a 25.000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and 176/176 viewing angles.

Sharp LC-32FH510S
Sharp LC-32FH510S with Time Shift recording


Coming in 32 inches

At the moment only a 32-inch version has been confirmed called LC-32FH510. It should be available in Europe within a month from now.



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