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Slimmer, sleeker and sexier

29 January 2008

Slimmer, sleeker and sexier

Televisions from Sharp just get slimmer, sleeker and sexier, with the introduction of a new slim lined LCD model that uses limited space very effectively.

Featuring Sharp’s new slim line design, the LC-42A63X has an extensively reduced frame width and depth, enhancing the beauty of the onscreen image.

The slimmer profile, achieved with a high-efficiency backlight and high-performance speakers, means the television is lightweight. The panel is mounted on a swivel base allowing the screen to be turned to suit any viewing angle. In addition to this the base can be removed for easy wall mounting.

Sharp’s new LC-42A63X features a 42 inch screen and full high definition 1080P panel with a dynamic contrast ratio of 10,000:1, brightness of 450:1, a refresh rate of 4msec and 3 HDMI inputs. This screen offers an excellent viewing experience especially when combined with a Sharp 1080p Blu-Ray capable disc player.

Viewers can experience multichannel audio with SRS TruSound, creating the sensation of full surround sound and 5.1 channel content with just two front facing speakers.

The Sharp LC-42A63X has a striking and sophisticated piano black finish, sleek lines, subtly recessed speakers, brilliant colour reproduction, spectacular picture quality and is covered by a three year warranty.

RRP: $3899.99 now available at leading electronic stores nationwide.


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