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May 4, 2010

The Sharp Aquos Quattron Freeview TV

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by David Allen

One of the latest Freeview enabled televisions from premium brand Sharp is the Aquos Quattron.

This is a television that offers the consumer big brand quality but at the same time demands big brand prices.

However, does the Aquos Quattron Freeview TV justify its £2,000 price tag?

As the consumer would expect from Sharp, the picture quality is good, although there are some comments around about the stability of red.

The Aquos Quattron Freeview TV is slim, but not by any means the slimmest television around, offering the consumer a Freeview HD tuner, and USB media playback, although there is no access to IPTV services and even when connected to a home network it does not allow for video playback.

As expected, the Aquos Quattron is a quality TV but it is around £500 more expensive than a similar model from Samsung or Sony!

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