Sharp introduced the first THX-certified 4K-TV




Sharp introduced the first THX-certified 4K-TV


“Max is able to provide a realistic picture only THX-certified TV 4K Ultra HD “- these words begins a press release from the company Sharp, dedicated to her new television panel. The Japanese manufacturer introduced a 69.5-inch AQUOS Ultra HD LED TV – ¬ęthe most elaborate television ever.”

AQUOS Ultra HD LED TV is the first ultra-high-definition TV company Sharp, which is intended for the U.S. market.

¬ęSharp has great innovative experience in the electronics industry. Today, we continue this tradition by presenting the AQUOS Ultra HD LED TV. The number of pixels is increased four-fold compared with the resolution of HD. This is the perfect TV in the history of our company, “- said the president proudly Sharp Electronics Marketing Company of America, John Herrington.

If Full HD-TV has about 2 million pixels (1920 x 1080), the 4K TV offers more than 8,000,000 (3840 x 2160). The difference is obvious. To obtain highly detailed images of optimum quality AQUOS Ultra HD LED TV uses a built-in 2-core microprocessor and advanced technology to improve the resolution. Because of this latent image details become visible to the viewer, the company explains.


Sharp is proud to AQUOS Ultra HD LED TV has confirmed certification of THX (Tomlinson Holman’s eXperiment) 400 rigorous performance tests. This means that the new Japanese brand TV panel meets all the requirements to home theater-class Hi-End. Initially, the standard has been developed by experts specifically for Hollywood film production company Lucasfilm, which released a series of adventure movies Indiana Jones and the fantastic saga of “Star Wars.”

TV AQUOS Ultra HD LED is equipped with dual-system subwoofer output power of 35 watts, a platform Sharp SmartCentral Smart TV and a web browser with support for playing Flash-rollers. Beam app lets you use your smartphone as a remote control, and send mobile content to the TV screen.

Another feature of the AQUOS Ultra HD LED is the ability to view 3D-movies in 4K. This will require active shutter glasses. Two pairs of active 3D-glasses (Bluetooth) are supplied with the TV.

New product will be released in mid-August of this year with a price tag of $ 8,000.

If you are looking for a cheaper alternative, pay attention to the range of 4K-TV Japanese company Seiki .
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