Sharp Intros its First 3D LED Backlit Quattrons  
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Written by Dick Ward   
Friday, 24 September 2010

There's a lot to love about the new Quattron 3D LE925, but one of the coolest features is actually in the glasses.  Let's assume, since you're interested in a 3D TV, that you're interested in watching a movie in 3D.  Let's also assume that you have a friend that isn't – he gets headaches from the effects.  At this point, with most sets, you'll have to make a choice.  Watch it in 3D or watch it in 2D, either way someone's unhappy.

When you're watching on the Quattron 3D LE925 it's a bit simpler.  Both of you will still need to wear the 3D glasses, but your friend can simply switch his glasses to 2D mode and you're all set.

Of course, there's a TV here too.  The Quattron 3D uses the same four color technology you've come to expect from Sharp.  It creates a broader range of colors, but Sharp says that it also enhances the brightness – something that's essential for watching through 3D glasses.

You can pick up a 52 inch LE925UN now for $4,199 while the 60 inch model will run you $5,299.

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