Sharp introduce 10 new models of the AQUOS D Series

sharp-aquos-d-seriesSharp Corporation will introduce into the Japanese market 10 new models of the AQUOS D Series LCD TVs. Besides achieving one of the highest energy efficiencies in the industry, these models in 52V-, 46V-, 40V-, and 32V-inch sizes feature the newly developed High-Picture-Quality Master Engine for clear reproduction of high-speed images.

The High-Picture-Quality Master Engine consists of several technological components: the “Clear Double Speed” function detects image movement to give a clear picture; “Active Conditioner” automatically adjusts contrast and hue to match what is on screen and reduces noise with high accuracy; and the enhanced “Smooth Image Quality” function.

Sharp Aquos D series

The D Series is compatible with online video content services and allows users to receive multi-channel broadcasts and video-on-demand. Users also have access to AQUOS-exclusive HD content.

Furthermore, Sharp’s newly developed Full-Digital 1-Bit Amp and the Auto Volume function that automatically smoothes out sudden changes in sound volume give users clear, natural sound to accompany the AQUOS’s exquisite images.

With screen-size choices from 52V inches to 32V inches, the D Series can be used as the home’s main TV or for private viewing in the den or bedroom, and it comes in a sophisticated shade of black, white, or red.

Source: Sharp

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