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November 2, 2009

Sharp LC52LE700UN 1080p LED LCD HDTV

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by Franz Bicar

Sharp-LC52LE700UN The key to reproducing all your favorite cinematic moments with vivid realism is light. But not just any light, advanced light sources like the UltraBrilliant LED System offered by Sharp’s LC52LE700UN HDTV. Flat panel HDTVs with inferior light sources or poor light management deliver images with low brightness, washed-out detail, and reduced color purity. The UltraBrilliant LED System, on the other hand, features a full array of LED lights evenly dispersed behind the diffuser, enabling enhanced image uniformity, even on a 52" widescreen, full 1080p panel. Combined with a double-dome light amplifier and multi-fluorescents, high brightness levels and advanced color purity are achieved.

But of course, it’s not just the light source, the LC-52LE700UN features a Full HD 1080p XGen LCD panel with 10-bit processing and Crystalucent coating technology, offering advanced pixel control for minimized light leakage and improved aperture width. The result is incredible detail thanks to one of the industry’s highest contrast levels.

Bringing you the absolute best in connectivity, Sharp’s LC-52LE700UN features four HDMI connections. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is the only interface in consumer electronics that can carry both uncompressed high-definition (HD) video and uncompressed multi-channel audio in all HD formats including 720p, 1080i and even 1080p.

The advent of HDMI has been monumental in the advancement of all your favorite audio and video gadgets. Your incoming media content comes in a variety of sizes, resolutions and formats, and with that in mind, HDMI systems automatically configure to display that content in the most effective format. Since HDMI carries all channels on video and audio, there is only one cable to plug into any HDMI-enabled source and display device. No more complicated cable set-up when installing your home theater system, and no more ugly cable mess behind your components. HDMI supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus multi-channel digital audio on this single cable. Also, HDMI is fully backward-compatible with DVI.

Aside from the HDMI inputs, this LCD also offers two HD component-video inputs with 1080p compatibility. Finally, two composite-video and one S-video input serve up versatile standard definition audio and video, while four L/R audio inputs offer multiple audio connections.

The modern home A/V experience is defined by integrating multiple functions into one device. Cell phones with built-in MP3 players, digital cameras that record HD video, etcetera. If you find yourself sitting in front of the TV at night, catching a show and checking weather and stocks on your laptop, it might be time to combine two more devices: your HDTV and internet capability.

Sporting AQUOS Net internet capability with its built-in Ethernet port, the Sharp LC-52LE700UN allows you to access and personalize web-based content via on-screen widgets, or icons. Simply push a button on the remote and you can check weather on WeatherBug, track stocks on NASDAQ, play games like black jack and Sudoku on Accedo Broadband, and monitor traffic on NAVETEQ Traffic. You can even follow daily comic strips on UCLICK or view beautiful HD photos on the AQUOS Gallery. And that’s just the beginning. AQUOS Net also delivers access to unparalleled customer support, including the ability to allow AQUOS Advantage advisors to connect to your HDTV and optimize TV setting for ideal viewing.

The LC-52LE700UN’s full-array LED backlight design serves up class-leading energy-efficient performance in addition to stunning color and detail reproduction. For starters, LEDs are inherently more environment- and energy-friendly than fluorescent lights. No additional DA/AC conversion is required to power LEDs, and they also contain no mercury. Further, Sharp’s full-array LED design offers dramatically improved energy efficiency by integrating two features. First, shorter light paths — in comparison with CCFL and edge-lit LED backlights — reduce the amount of light and power needed to fully illuminate the screen. Second, by using air — which has a high transmissive rate — instead of acrylic fibers to distribute light behind the panel, less light and energy is required to achieve ideal brightness levels.

Reproducing video with natural smoothness, Sharp’s LC-52E700UN features 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced video processing. By increasing the frame rate four-fold, and even five-fold, 120Hz processing is able to achieve lifelike, judder-free motion, especially during fast-action sports or movie sequences.


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