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Sharp 37" 1080p LC37GE1E

ccparkhill

Active Member
From the Danish site:
Ægte 16:9 med hele 1920 x 1080
Advanced Super View & Black TFT LCD Panel
Indbygget DVB-T tuner (Digital Terrestrial Tuner)
2 x HDMI Digital interface
2 x Scart stik
CI Slot
NU 176 graders betragtningsvinkel
Højere kontrast 1.200:1
450 cd/m2 lysstyrke
Bedre billedegengivelse med truD teknologien
Nicam/A2 stereo med 2x15W - aftagelig højttaler
Avanceret OPC (optisk billedkontrol)
Sharps eget Clear Voice System (forbedret lydgengivelse)
PC input (analog RGB)
60.000 timers levetid på Back-Light

2,300 euros according to prad.de
http://www.sharp.dk/produkter/produkt.asp?id=1033&kat=35&hkat=6

http://www.engadget.com/2006/03/09/sharp-introduces-37-inch-lcd-1080-hdtv/

http://blogs.pcworld.com/staffblog/archives/001597.html

http://translate.google.com/transla...enge.html&prev=/search?q=LC-37GE1E+&hl=en&lr=
 

Headspun

Standard Member
Thanks, made all the more interesting by the GOOGLE TRANSLATOR
 

JohnKen

Active Member
Following the discussion on various threads the new Sharp LC-37GE1E indeed looks like the one to wait for:hiya: : Full Spec 1920 x 1080 p LCD Panel; with Scart x2, AV/Svideo in & Audio out, HDMI x 2, PC In (Component compatible), Headphone, DVBT & Analogue tuners, + proprietry TruD and AOPC + 1200:1 contrast.

Price unstated!

For link to ENGLISH PDF see: http://www.mentor-distribution.com/sharp/pdf/LC-37GE1E.pdf

See also link to this thread (http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=317690&highlight=JohnKen) on viewing distances - it'll need close viewing on HD sources = should greatly simplify PAL 540 conversion!

Cool!
 

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