Sharp's AQUOS LC-65GX5: 65-Inches Of High-Def Goodness And Internet-Ready
Sharp has introduced the 65-inch AQUOS LC-65GX5 to its AQUOS GX5 line. Featuring a 1080p, 120 Hz panel, the LC-65GX5 sports a 15000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 450 cd/m2 brightness, and 176 degree viewing angle. Sound is pumped through Sharp's AARS 2.1-channel speaker system with a digital amplifier routing 7.5 Watts to each speaker and 15 Watts to the subwoofer.
Of course, the new AQUOS display boasts both digital and analog terrestrial tuners plus a variety of connectivity options including three HDMI, three composite, three D5, one S-video, one DVI video input and an audio optical output. Internet-ready and connected, the AQUOS LC-65GX5 connects to the internet using two FireWire connectors, something that Sony brands i.LINK. The set is also DLNA-capable and compatible with digital cameras via an infrared port so you can view photos on the TV screen. Headed for Japan on October 23, the 65-inch AQUOS will cost the equivalent of US$6500.
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Posted by Justin Davey at September 18, 2008 4:35 AM