Sharp's AQUOS N7000 UHD TV Series Is Now Available

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Sharp-N7000.pngSharp has announced that its AQUOS N7000 Series of UHD TVs is now available. Screen sizes range from 43 to 65 inches, and prices range from $499.99 to $1,499.99. All N7000 models support HDR, smart TV capabilities, built-in Wi-Fi, edge LED lighting with Sharp's AquoDimming, and AquoMotion blur/judder reduction technology.

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Details around pricing and shipping of the Sharp AQUOS N7000 series were released, marking the first of the 2016 Sharp 4K UHD TVs to hit retail stores nationwide. Additionally, product information, pricing and availability on all just released and upcoming Sharp 4K and FHD TV models for 2016 can be found on the newly launched www.sharptvusa.com.

The AQUOS N7000 series is available in 43", 50", 55", 60" and 65" class screen sizes, ranging from $499.99 to $1,499.99. All models maintain the sleek, classic Sharp design with the iconic metal bezel and inverted trapezoid at the base of the TV. The TVs are HDR-enabled, and are able to accept HDR content via USB or HDMI 2.0 and render standard dynamic range images for a picture that can depict over 16 million colors for intense, life-like images. Sharp's unique Revelation Upscaler makes HD content sharper and more vivid for viewing on 4K panels.

For the crispest, cleanest picture during fast-action scenes, the AQUOS N7000 series features AquoMotion, the proprietary backlight scanning methodology developed by Sharp and used to strengthen motion enhancement. All models also have AquoDimming, which automatically enhances contrasting colors to create darker blacks and whiter whites. Real-time image processing analyzes the picture and adjusts the contrast individually for more than 8 million pixels to reveal more detail in your content.

The AQUOS N7000 series will offer a new streamlined smart platform with a proprietary user interface. Viewers will be able to stream content in 4K from apps like Netflix, YouTube and Vudu. The platform has the latest apps and built-in Wi-Fi for instant entertainment and is easily maneuverable, designed to give you an uninterrupted experience from your remote or smart mobile device. HDMI inputs featuring 4K UHD specs allows 4K content to play back in its original form.

The Sharp AQUOS N7000 series is now shipping to retailers nationwide. More information can be found at www.sharptvusa.com.

Sharp AQUOS N7000U Series - 4K Smart AQUOS TV Full Specs:
� HDR Enabled

� Built-In Apps

� AquoMotion

� AquoDimming

� Revelation Upscaler

� dbx-tv Award Winning Sound

� App Store & Web Browser

� 4K Media Player & Receiver

� 2x2 Dual-Band Wi-Fi 802.11ac

� MSRP 43" Class LC-43N7000U: $499.99

� MSRP 50" Class LC-50N7000U: $699.99

� MSRP 55" Class LC-55N7000U: $799.99

� MSRP 60" Class LC-60N7000U: $1,199.99

� MSRP 65" Class LC-65N7000U: $1,499.99

Additional Resources
Foxconn to Purchase a Majority Stake in Sharp at HomeTheaterReview.com.
Will Hisense's Purchase of the Sharp Brand Work Out for the Chinese TV Maker? at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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