Sharp's new P-Series LCD TVs


Sharp has unveiled three additions to its P-Series range of LCD TVs, specifically optimised for the UK PAL broadcast signal – the Aquos LC-26P70E, LC-32P70E and LC-37P70E (26", 32" and 37" respectively) which are able to reproduce the UK PAL broadcast signal perfectly.

The TVs are also future-proofed for forthcoming High Definition (HDTV) broadcasts, featuring an HDMI interface with HDCP copy protection and display support up to 1080i and 720p. There’s also a built-in Freeview Digital Terrestrial Tuner, DCE (Dynamic Contrast Enhancement), Clear Voice Function, Auto Volume Control, a viewing angle of 170 degrees, 2 x 10W and surround sound and a PC input if you fancy gaming on a bigger platform.

There’s also inputs for connection to a wide variety of sources – 2 x Scart, AV/S-Video In, Audio Out, HDMI In, CI Slot (Top Up TV) and PC In. An adaptor cable for a VGA component input is also included. 

The new Aquos models will be available from April 2006. No price available as yet.

Sharp website

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  • Hang on, so its a PAL TV with an HDMI input – how does it display 1080i and 720p signals then? I guess it’s just downscaling to standard? Seems very cheeky to me – they’d better be cheap!

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