The AQUOS LC-20E1UB (Black) with built-in cable TV tuner is less than 3" deep with an elegant design and a screen that measures 20" diagonally. And with Sharp's proprietary Advanced Super View LCD panel, a 500:1 contrast ratio and 170 degrees /170 degrees viewing angles, it is truly "TV where you want it," for any room in the house!
Also available in Silver: LC-20E1U and White: LC-20E1UW.
20" ASV (Advanced Super View) LCD Panel
is a Sharp proprietary panel with Black TFT low reflection coating.
Built-in 181-Channel Tuner
allows you to plug your cable TV line right into the TV and start watching.
High Brightness (430 cd/m)
AQUOS Liquid Crystal Televisions are very bright, so you can put them anywhere -- even near windows, doors or other light sources -- and their picture will still be vivid.
Image Inverter for Custom Installations
allows you to invert the image upside-down or "mirror" image if you need to hang it in an unconventional manner.
170 degrees/170 degrees Viewing Angles
are so wide you can view AQUOS Liquid Crystal Televisions from anywhere in the room!
60,000-Hour Lamp Life
Sharp's LCD backlight life is long enough to give you viewing pleasure for many years.
500:1 Contrast Ratio
provides incredible images whether you're watching dark or bright scenes!
20" Active Matrix (a-si TFT) LCD*
921,600 dots (480 x 640 x R/G/B=VGA)
170 degrees H / 170 degrees V
2.1W + 2.1W
Tuner Type Electronic:
8,000 degrees K
Y/Pr/Pb x 1
4-pin DIN x 1
Composite Video Input:
RCA x 2
1 year parts and labor
With stand (w x h x d) 19 13/32" x 17 21/64" x 7 5/32"
Without stand (w x h x d) 19 13/32" x 17 21/64" x 2 43/64"
15.7 (with stand)
14.6 lbs. (without stand)
*Actual screen size 19 11/16" measured diagonally.
**Typical time for power output decrease of about one-half assuming continuous use in a room with normal lighting, normal brightness and temperature at 77 degrees F.
***As an ENERGY STAR partner, Sharp has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency. ENERGY STAR is a U.S. registered mark.