Sharp initiates world's largest LCD TV


22 Mar 2011
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Sharp, one of the recognized electronics brand has cropped up with the world's largest class3D-LED LCD TV. The 85 inch LCD TV has a unique feature of the UV2A technology with four primary colour panels. In co-operation with Japanese TV network NHK the TV has been released.


The UV2A technology feature enables the TV to have double the response time. The 85 inch device produces bright high quality picture and low crosstalk (a disturbance caused by the electric or magnetic fields of one telecommunication signal affecting a signal in an adjacent circuit). The sound quality is excellent with the help of SRS TruSurround HD and Yamaha 3D Surround with bass enhancer. The Super Hi-Vision also includes support for sound up to 22.2 channels and it requires a bandwidth of 24Gbps.

The device's super Hi-Vision offers 16 times the resolution of 1080p HDTV, and NHK plans on sending out trial broadcasts in 2020. Efforts for the development of this device have been put in since 1995. This TV is said to be the world's first, in terms of viewing on Super Hi-Vision, a new television broadcast format that is said to be the successor to HDTV.
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