Sharp Aquos LC65D64U 65″ 1080p LCD HDTV

Sharp Aquos LC65D64U 65″ 1080p LCD HDTV The Sharp Aquos 65″ 1080p LCD HDTV is the Geek’s second choice for the high definition category as this new LCD HDTV raises the bar by fitting a large screen size into a smaller footprint. By reducing the number of parts and modifying the circuit layout, Sharp has developed the Slim-line design which reduces the required depth by 25%.

Even though the depth of the unit is less due to a reduced number of parts, this Sharp LCD HDTV still has all the right stuff. The LC-65D64U utilizes Sharp’s proprietary Advanced Super View / Black TFT Panel with multi-pixel technology, providing 10,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio with Enhanced Picture Contrast Technology and 4ms response time. The LC-65D64U features built-in ATSC/QAM/NTSC tuners and includes 3 HDMIâ„¢ (version 1.3) inputs, compatible with 1080p signals, X.V. Color, a PC input and 2 HD component video inputs. Side terminals are included for wall-mounting convenience as well as RS-232C input for control.

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Suggested Price: $7999.99

2 comments

  1. Well, if you have the right room size, there's nothing more impressive than a 65 inch TV on your wall 🙂 I would however go for a plasma TV because it has better picture and is also cheaper compared to a 65 inch LCD.
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    1. Jack – thanks for your comments. My $0.02: That price difference between the 2 is rapidly shrinking, so I wouldn't necessarily use that as a major reason. As for the 'better' picture, that can be really subjective, and honestly the better LCD TVs aren't of lesser quality than Plasmas. I've got a Plasma and an LCD, and I don't much care for the Plasma.
      But not saying you should buy an LCD, just saying that the differences aren't as stark as they once were.

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