Sharp AQUOS LC-65GX5 Specifications
Display: 52″ TFT LCD Advanced Super View (ASV) Panel
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Pixel Format: 1920 x 1080
Contrast Ratio: 15,000:1
Brightness: 450 cd/m2
Viewing angle: 176/176
Tuners: ATSC, NTSC
Connectivity: HDMI (3), i.LINK, Composite, S-Video, DVI, DLNA, IR
Availability: October 2008 in Japan
Sharp‘s AQUOS LC-65GX5 is a 65″ LCD TV sporting an ASV TFT LCD panel. ASV is an enhanced VA type LCD technology that improves viewing angles and reduces color shifts at off-axis viewing. The viewing angle is 176/176: these numbers might sound slightly less than some others that you’ve seen, but that does not mean the ASV technology is any less capable, it just means that Sharp is a bit more conservative in measuring contrast ratio. For viewing angles to be registered as ‘viewable’ the contrast ratio has to be equal to or greater than 10:1.
All other features look fairly standard except for the interesting bulge on the bottom of the LC-65GX5: I don’t like it. I like simple and clean designs and the bulge is distracting. The overall look reminds me of TVs from a few years ago. The huge 65″ LCD TV will be in limited production of just 3000 units per month. I am sure Sharp will ramp that up if the demand is there.
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