Sharp has announced that its new LED TV is the first 52-inch TV with a seven star energy rating.
According to Sharp, its LED technology delivers greater energy savings with a power consumption of 173W (for its 52-inch), produces less heat, and has a backlight life of 100,000 hours.
Sharp’s Deputy Managing Director, Denis Kerr said, “Large model televisions are generally known to produce and use more power and energy. We at Sharp are dedicated to developing and improving high performance home entertainment technology that meets energy efficient standards.”
The LC52LE700X features a contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1, 1080/24P signal input, Fine Motion Advanced Technology, SRS TruSurroundHD, Bass Enhancer as well as HDMI and AQUOS Link. It also comes with a selection of connection options including HDMI x 3, AV-In x 3, Component x 2, S-Video In, PC In as well as AV, Optical Audio and headphone out terminals.
The LC52LE700X is now available for $3,899.