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Sharp's 2017 AQUOS UHD TVs Are Now Available

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Sharp-P8000.jpgSharp has announced that its 2017 line of AQUOS UHD TVs is now available. The line includes three series: the P5000, P7000, and P8000. The top-shelf P8000 has a full-array LED backlight with local dimming and supports HDR playback. The P8000 Series includes screen sizes of 50, 55, and 65 inches, with prices ranging from $699.99 to $1,299.99.

 

From Sharp
Sharp TV's premium picture quality legacy continues with the announcement that 2017 4K Ultra HD Smart AQUOS and Full HD TVs are now available in retail stores nationwide.

The new Sharp P8000 and P7000 series are positioned to be the most popular Sharp AQUOS 4K Ultra HD TVs of 2017, featuring a breadth of industry-leading features, including HDR, UHD Upscaling, Smart TV Apps with Web Browser, and high frame rate processing designed for detailed motion enhancement.

Premium models deliver vivacious colors and ultra-smooth lifelike picture quality with Full Array Local Dimming and Motion Rate 120, along with HDR, dbx-tv Award-Winning Audio Technology, and 4K Ultra HD Upscaling.

The Premier Viewing Experience
The P8000, the most technologically advanced Sharp 4K Ultra HD TV on the market, is now available in 50", 55" and 65" class screen sizes, with prices ranging from $699.99 to $1,299.99. The TV's maintain the sleek, classic Sharp design and feature HDR, Motion Rate 120 and Full Array Local Dimming for uniformed brightness, while the 4K Ultra HD Upscaler increases lower resolution content as close to 4K as possible.

The Sharp P7000 brings HDR to slim, super-thin panels while featuring direct-lit LED backlighting and UHD Upscaling. The series is available in 43", 50", 55", and 65", ranging from $449.99 to $1,199.99. Ideal for any room in the house, the 43", 50" and 55" models are now available, with a 65" arriving in September 2017.

The Sharp P5000 is now available with Full HD, dbx-tv Award-Winning Audio Technology, and Sharp's Smart TV with Apps and Web Browser on 32", 40", 43", 50", and 55" sets ranging in prices from $229.99 and $529.99.

A New Generation of Sharp 4K Content Delivery
In addition to cutting-edge TV design and technology enhancements, viewers will continue to enjoy Sharp's newly imagined and simplified Smart TV experience. Sharp's proprietary platform features a streamlined user interface and seamless access to leading apps including Netflix, Amazon Video and YouTube. Viewers will be able to stream content in 4K through these apps using built-in Wi-Fi for instant entertainment designed to give you an uninterrupted experience. Additionally, HDMI inputs 3 and 4 are equipped with 4K Ultra HD 2.0a specifications allowing 4K and HDR content to play in its intended form.

Sharp P8000 Series - 4K Smart AQUOS TV
• HDR
• Full Array Local Dimming
• Motion Rate 120
• UHD Upscaler
• Smart TV with Apps and Web Browser
• dbx-tv Award-Winning Audio Technology
• ATSC/NTSC/Clear QAM Tuner
• MSRP 50" Class LC-50P8000U: $699.99
• MSRP 55" Class LC-55P8000U: $899.99
• MSRP 65" Class LC-65P8000U: $1,299.99

Sharp P7000 Series - 4K Smart AQUOS TV
• HDR
• Direct-LED Backlight
• UHD Upscaler
• Motion Rate 120
• Smart TV with Apps and Web Browser
• dbx-tv Award-Winning Audio Technology
• ATSC/NTSC/Clear QAM Tuner
• MSRP 43" Class LC-43P7000U: $449.99
• MSRP 50" Class LC-50P7000U: $549.99
• MSRP 55" Class LC-55P7000: $649.99
• MSRP 65" Class LC-65P7000U: $1,199.99

Sharp P5000 FHD Smart TV Series
• Motion Rate 120
• Smart TV with Apps and Web Browser
• Game Mode
• dbx-tv Award-Winning Audio Technology
• ATSC/NTSC/Clear QAM Tuner
• MSRP 32" Class LC-32P5000U: $229.99
• MSRP 40" Class LC-40P5000U: $329.99
• MSRP 43" Class LC-43P5000U: $379.99
• MSRP 50" Class LC-50P5000U: $429.99
• MSRP 55" Class LC-55P5000U: $529.99

Additional Resources
• For more information on the new product line, visit www.sharptvusa.com.
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