Cosmos-ITL unveils the world's largest LCD TV

DUBAI — Cosmos-ITL Group, the distributors of Sharp Consumer Electronics in the UAE yesterday launched of world's largest LCD TV, Aquos LC-65G5M.

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Published: Wed 28 Sep 2005, 10:50 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 2:49 PM

The Aquos LC-65G5M, 65-inch Digital High Definition LCD TV features a full-spec high definition LCD panel with resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 V pixels that can precisely display digital content in Hi-Vision (high definition) format (1080i) exactly as broadcast, enabling users to enjoy beautiful, life-like high definition images on an impressively large screen that far surpasses other video systems, regardless of the brightness of the room.

The Full-spec high-definition LCD panel precisely reproduces HDTV broadcast content. The newly developed Four-Wavelength Backlight adds crimson to blue, green and red to reproduce pure red. High-aperture speaker system and Sharp's proprietary 1-Bit digital amplifier for impressively realistic, clear, detailed sound reproduction.

“Sharp is the largest manufacturer of LCD globally and having the No.1 position in terms of market share in Japan,” said Mr. Ichiro Shimizu, Deputy General Manager of Sharp Japan, Corp.

Sharp's LCD TVs are made in Japan. The longevity of the backlight is 60,000 hours. Such a TV uses 8 hours a day should last about 20 years. “Sharp is using Dubai Gitex Shopper as a launch pad for the world's largest LCD TV in the Middle East. We have arranged a splendid display of this product for an exclusive preview for the visitors at the Cosmos stand WE2 at Gitex Computer Shopper,” says Dr. Ram Buxani, Executive Vice Chairman, Cosmos-ITL Group.

Aquos is a conceptual name from the combination of Aqua and Quality, which also creates an image of liquid crystal. Sharp named its series of LCD TVs 'Aquos' to symbolise a 21st century television that offers both performance and quality that's friendly to the Earth, a beautiful planet of water.

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