Sharp LC-52SE94U Aquos LCD TV

The LC-52SE94U is part of Sharp’s Special Edition SE94 series of LCD TVs. Offering 1080p resolution, the series includes Sharp’s Aquos Net technology, which enables consumers to receive realtime customer support from dedicated Sharp personnel who can connect via Internet to the TV remotely to optimize picture quality or diagnose problems.
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Sharp LC-52SE94U Aquos LCD TV

Jan 7, 2008 12:00 PM

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The LC-52SE94U is part of Sharp’s Special Edition SE94 series of LCD TVs. Offering 1080p resolution, the series includes Sharp’s Aquos Net technology, which enables consumers to receive realtime customer support from dedicated Sharp personnel who can connect via Internet to the TV remotely to optimize picture quality or diagnose problems. The Aquos Net feature also allows viewers to create and configure widgets to check the local weather forecast or get stock quotes while watching TV.

The SE94 series touts a 10-bit panel combined with Fine Motion Advanced technology for 120Hz frame rate conversion, along with a 4 millisecond response time. The jack pack includes three HDMI 1.3 inputs featuring x.v.Color and Deep Color as well as dual HD component terminals. All five inputs can accept 1080p signals. Additional connectors include an RS-232C port for custom installations and a dedicated PC input.

For more information, visit www.sharpusa.com.

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