Sharp Entry-Level TVs Jamaica NY

Sharp is expanding its SB series of consumer LCD TVs with the LC-52SB55U, LC-46SB54U, and LC-42SB45U, to make the HD experience available to more consumers in Jamaica.

Time Warner Cable of New York City
(212) 222-5388
5120 Broadway
New York, NY
 
Digital Broadcast Corp
(516) 466-1932
800 Northern Blvd
Great Neck, NY
 
Cablevision
(516) 887-9175
1072 Old Northern Blvd
Roslyn, NY
 
Digitech
(212) 285-0500
115 Fulton St
New York, NY
 
Primetime 24
(212) 754-6790
153 E 53rd St Fl 59
New York, NY
 
Dish R US
(718) 888-1611
13516 Northern Blvd
Flushing, NY
 
Midtown Express Inc
(718) 433-4600
3838 43rd St
Long Island, NY
 
Mucip Inc
(718) 437-6148
350 Coney Island Ave
Brooklyn, NY
 
Techtv
(212) 204-2540
112 Madison St
New York, NY
 
Comedy Channel
(212) 228-2450
120 E 23rd St
New York, NY
 

Sharp Entry-Level TVs

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Source: PRO AV News Service
Publication date: August 13, 2008

By ProAV Staff

Sharp is expanding its SB series of consumer LCD TVs with the LC-52SB55U, LC-46SB54U, and LC-42SB45U, to make the HD experience available to more consumers. The models come in three of the company's most popular screen sizes, 52-, 46-, and 42-inch, and offer 1080p resolution.

"As the demand for high-definition home entertainment continues to rise, we are creating a wide range of reasonably priced HDTVs that incorporate Sharp's picture quality and renowned features," said Bruce Tripido, associate vice president, marketing of Sharp's Entertainment Product Division, in a statement. "The large-screen SB series of LCD TVs opens up the high-definition viewing experience to a wider audience, providing an affordable, yet high-quality, option for consumers."

Each set also comes with built-in ATSC/QAM/NTSC tuners and several inputs, including four HDMI on the LC-52SB55U model, two on the LC-46SB54U, and three on the LC-42SB45U, as well as two HD component terminals on each. All three feature a dedicated PC input so the TV can also act as a PC monitor. An OPC Power Save function automatically adjusts brightness to a room's lighting conditions.

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