Sharp Releases LED AQUOS Quattron TV
New models offer video streaming via VUDU or Netflix, music from Pandora and online customer support.
The new TVs cover all four of the LE830 Series AQUOS Quattron LED LCD TV models in 60-, 52-, 46- and 40-inch screen size. All of them are edge-lit LED LCDs using X-Gen LCD panels and Sharp’s Quad Pixel technology, which adds a yellow sub-pixel to the normal triumvirate of red, blue and green.
The new models all include built-in WiFi for smart TV-type features like video streaming via VUDU or Netflix and music from Pandora and others. They also include live, online customer support via Sharp’s AQUOS Advantage Live customer service.
Aside from the wide color pallet provided by the inclusion of yellow, Sharp claims its technology allows more light to pass through. The company also says its pixel structure minimizes light leakage while offering a wide aperture.
Each set includes four HDMI inputs and a new narrower bezel design. Also, they’re Energy Star 5.1 qualified.
Pricing and Availability
- LC-60LE830U - $2,799.99
- LC-52LE830U - $1,899.99
- LC-46LE830U - $1,499.99
- LC-40LE830U - $1,299.99
Sharp’s previously announced 3D TVs are still forthcoming.
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Grant Clauser is a technology editor, covering home electronics for more than 10 years for such publications as Electronic House and Dealerscope. He's done ISF-level damage to hundreds of reviewed products and has had audio training from Home Acoustics Alliance and Sencore. Have a suggestion or a topic you want to read more about? Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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