Sharp will introduce into the Japanese market the 16 HDTVs in the AQUOS DX Series with integrated Blu-ray player and recorder. The Sharp Aquos DX HDTVs are the world's first TVs equipped with Blu-ray Disc Recorders.
The Digital W Tuner in the Aquos DX series lets you record programs while watching TV, and the H.264/AVC (Advanced Video Coding) standard of the MPEG-4 suite enables 5X extended HD video recording (5X Mode), which allows for extended recording time while retaining the same exact full-HD quality as the original high-definition broadcast.
The Sharp DX Series also features 2X Mode and 3X Mode with Full-Capture Extended HD Recording, which allows recording of audio surround-sound data and extended HD recording while keeping intact the program data links embedded in the original video. The Sharp Aquos DX TV itself is made from a high-class, high-quality Kameyama LCD panel that achieves a remarkable feeling of depth and delivers high-gradation images with smooth picture quality.
Plus, the DX Series comes complete with Sharp's 1-Bit digital amp to faithfully recreate original sounds and its side-port Bass Reflex Speaker to deliver powerful deep bass sounds from a compact sound system.
Via the Sharp site (Japanese).
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