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Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Sharp To Launch Redesigned AQUOS Quattron G9 LCD TVs


Sharp will release next month the new G9 series of LCD TVs, featuring the AQUOS Quattron four-primary-color technology and 60/52/46/40-inch models.

The successor of the AQUOS Quattron G7 series includes a slim aluminum frame design as well as improved 8:000:000:1 contrast.

The Quattron technology adds Y (yellow) to the three RBG (red, blue, green) primary colors, resulting to high-quality images.

The LCDs feature a 8.29 million sub-pixel drive system that analyzes and corrects outline, brightness, and colors of images, full HD 1,920 x 1,080 panel resolutions, 176 degrees viewing angles and also support 3D. In addition, "240 fred speed" improves performance of motion pictures and "LED brightness technology" that improves contracting expressiveness.

The TVs are using Sharp's "quality Master Engine Pro" imaging processor to analyze the frequency or the intensity of each frame of the video and perform noise reduction and contrast enhancements.



High-quality audio is coming out of the 2.1ch systems (7.5W x 2ch +15W), after being processed by Sharp's AudioEngine LSI, which corrects audio frequency and phase characteristics.

Other features include digital tuners as well as ethernet / wireless LAN IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n /DTCP-IP/DLNA connectivity. Additional functionalities include the "Visual motion guide", which displays both information of TV programs and online news on the same display, "AQUOS City", which displays internet contents categorized for different fields and plays internet contents, and the "Mimamori Service," which sends usage notices by email or text message.

Prices are expected to start from 160,000 yen for the 46-inch model (LC-46G9) and up to 330,000 Yen for the 60-inch LC-60G9.

Model
LC-60G9
LC-52G9
LC-46G9
LC-40G9
Size
60 inches
52 inches
46 inches
40 inches
Resolution
1,920 × 1,080 pixels
Contrast
1,800,000: 1
Viewing angle
Up and down / left and right 176 degrees
Backlight
LED (edge)
Speaker Output
7.5W × 2ch +15 W
I/O
HDMI input × 4, D5 input, composite input,
(D-Sub15 pin), analog audio output × 1, analog RGB input,
Headphone output , optical digital audio output, USB × 3, Ethernet
Power consumption
About 210W
About 162W
About 144W
About 125W
Dimensions
137.8 × 38.9 × 85.0cm
119.6 × 30.2 × 74.9cm
106.1 × 30.2 × 67.2cm
92.8 × 30.2× 59.7cm
Weight
40kg
27kg
22.5kg
7kg


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