Sharp Japan have outed four new LX-series HDTVs, each boasting massive 2,000,000:1 contrast ratios. The range starts from the 40-inch LC-40LX1 and tops out at the 60-inch LC-60LX1, with 46- and 52-inch models in-between; each offers Full HD 1920p resolution, “industry’s lowest” power consumption, and a six-speaker integrated sound system with dual sub-woofers on all but the smallest.
Connectivity includes three HDMI ports together with various sets of component and composite, S-Video, ethernet and a modem, the latter two to access Sharp’s internet-TV services. There’s also a serial port, for system integrators, digital audio output and a PC input.
The LC-40LX1, LC-46LX1 and LC-52LX1 will all go on sale in Japan on November 10th, priced at the equivalent of $2,800, $3,900 and $5,000 respectively. As for the 60-inch flagship LC-60LX1, that will arrive on November 25th, priced at $6,100.