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Sharp LC70UD1U 4K TV with tasty specs, high price

Seeing as though this is the time of year when you look for a bargain TV for you or your family to enjoy, we do understand that some of you have a much larger budget to spend. It is all very well looking at TVs that come with limited specs, but it is nice to see what else is out there when money is not so much of an issue.

If money is no object, then you need to be looking at a 4K TV instead of the standard LED models. One such model is the Sharp LC70UD1U 4K TV, which has tasty specs but a high price, although not as high as they once were a year or so ago.

The Sharp LC70UD1U 4K TV takes full advantage of the AQUOS picture quality in a resolution of 3840 x 2160 on its 70-inch panel. This is still an LED TV, but of the Ultra HD kind.

Sharp has incorporated a number of its latest features to ensure superb image and sound quality, such as Revelation 4K Upscaler to produce a pixel resolution that is four times greater than a standard LED TV.

Sharp LC70UD1U 4K TV with tasty specs

THX 4K certification is one feature that Sharp is proud to have on its LC70UD1U 4K HDTV because it allows you to view movies just as the director intended, which brings the cinema to your home.

Some of the other features include SmartCentral for access to apps such as Netflix, Twitter, Skype and Facebook. And what is the use of having a great picture without the sound to back it up, and so Sharp has included a 6 speaker sound system, which includes mid-range, tweeters and a dual subwoofer system to deliver 35 watts of sound.

It is clear this TV means business, so for more details on the LC70UD1U 4K TV we ask that you visit the Sharp website.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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