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04 Oct 2022

Sharp's Vision for the Future: 4K TV and Audio Innovations

Sharp's Vision for the Future: 4K TV and Audio Innovations
Sharp showcases its upcoming 4K TV and audio line-up

Sharp’s 4K TV preview showcased the company’s latest advancements in 4K MiniLED technology and audio equipment. It is the prelude to an impressive array of products set to enhance the home entertainment experience.

Celebrating a Century of Innovation

Marking its 110th anniversary, Sharp's journey from a small metalwork shop in Tokyo to a global technology leader is celebrated through the Sharp Xperience Roadshow. This event, aligning with a significant milestone, offers a glimpse into the company's forthcoming A/V solutions, demonstrating Sharp's commitment to innovation and quality.

A Fresh Take on Visual Excellence

The spotlight shines on the new MiniLED display range, headlined by the XLED Series, featuring the XLED 300, 1000, and 2000 models. These upcoming TVs, under the esteemed Aquos brand, promise superior brightness and contrast, with dimming zones that correspond to their model numbers and peak brightness reaching 2000 nits for the flagship XLED 2000. Despite the anticipation, specific details remain under wraps until their official release in the coming year.

These models not only boast advanced Quantum Dot technology for richer colours but also integrate premium Harman Kardon audio systems, offering an immersive viewing and listening experience. The XLED 2000, in particular, is set to impress with its 2.1.2 audio setup, enhancing the delivery of Dolby Atmos content.

Expanding the Horizon

Beyond the MiniLED lineup, Sharp plans to introduce a variety of TV series, from the entry-level FX to the more advanced FS models. These new additions aim to incorporate cutting-edge processing and AI technology, catering to diverse consumer preferences with a mix of Google and Android TV platforms, along with varied support for Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and DTS:X.

Venturing into Gaming and Audio

Sharp is also set to broaden its product range with the introduction of gaming monitors and innovative audio solutions. The gaming lineup includes 27, 32, and 34-inch models, featuring both FHD and UHD resolutions, with some offering curved displays for a more immersive gaming experience.

On the audio front, Sharp is preparing to launch a new Dolby Atmos/DTS:X compatible soundbar, tuned by audio specialist Devialet, and a complementary subwoofer and speaker setup. These products aim to provide an enhanced audio experience that matches the quality of Sharp's visual offerings, with competitive pricing that could make them attractive options for consumers.

Looking Ahead

As Sharp unveils its plans for the future, the company's focus on enhancing its TV and audio product lines reflects a strategic move to reassert its presence in the global home entertainment market. With innovative technologies and a commitment to quality, Sharp is poised to offer consumers a more immersive and engaging entertainment experience in the years to come.

Source: AV Forums