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Features mostly the same specifications as its predecessor with the addition of Energy-Starcompliance.

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Pros

Large number of HDMI inputs is ideal for high-end home theater configurations - allows users to connect a wide variety of HD devices (computers, media players) to the TV simultaneously

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Piano black aesthetic is subtle and modern - integrates smoothly within existing home theater configurations

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Excellent value at the price point - many users are able to purchase the unit for ~$1000 through Amazon and similar online retailers

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Multiple power saving modes appeal to eco-friendly users - "Standard" and "Advanced" settings offer multiple forms of conservation

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HD imagery is clear and vivid - black levels and white balance are particularly well-represented

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Cons

Remote control is difficult to use - unit is fairly bulky, with relatively small buttons and an awkward layout in general

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Built-in speakers are fairly poor - minimal volume handling and clarity amongst frequencies result in weak performance

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The AQUOS D65U Series from Sharp is their Fall 2008 refresh to the D64U series and features mostly the same specifications as its predecessor with the addition of Energy-Starcompliance. For more information refer to the full D65U Series report.

Features
  • 1080p native resolution
  • 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
  • 2,000:1 static contrast ratio
  • 8-bit panel
  • 450 cd/m2 brightness
  • 6ms response time
  • 176 degree viewing angle
  • Two 15-watt speakers
  • Inputs: HDMI x 5, Component x 2, VGA x 1, Composite x 2, RS-232C x 1
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