Sharp announced new AQUOS Quattron All-in-One 3D TVs with Built-in Blu-ray Recorders

Sharp announced two new models of its LB Series AQUOS Quattron 3D LCD TVs, featuring their proprietary four-primary-color technology and also equipped with 3D-compatible Blu-ray Disc recorders.

The new models are 52-inch LC-52LB3 and 46-inch LC-46LB3, both offers 1,920 x 1,080 LED backlight displays with 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio, accompanied with Sharp’s four-primary-color technology and built-in Blu-ray Disc recorder compatible with Blu-ray 3D specifications and the BDXL format for multi-layer recordable Blu-ray Discs, which allows to record up to approximately 87 hoursof high-definition TV programming in extended recording mode.

Sharp LC-52LB3 and LC-46LB3 with build in Blu-ray recorders

In addition, these models support wireless LAN adaptors and are equipped with a new Quattron Pure Mode that automatically optimizes high-definition images to match the four-primary-color technology, for more natural reproduction of images from the built-in Blu-ray Disc recorder and also feature ARSS “Around Speaker System” Audio technology,  in which eight-speakers are arranged around the screen , plus Duo Bass low-vibration woofer.

The new models will arrive in Japanese market November on 15, 2010

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