Sharp has super-sized its TV offering with a range of massive 70in models sporting the company's Quattron technology.

Unveiled at the Las Vegas-based CES show, the LC-70LE732U combines the Quattron range's Quad Pixel technology - which adds yellow pixels to the traditional RGB (Red, Green, Blue) colour gamut - with Sharp's X-Gen panel along with full array LED backlighting. The use of Quad Pixel means that the TV should be able to render yellow and golden tones with much more realism and clarity than conventional RGB sets. The LC-70LE732U is due out in spring 2011.

Sharp will also be launching the LE935 series 70in TV with full array LED backlit-LED TV and 3D capability later on in the year, along with LE835 and LE830 series of edge-lit panels available in 60, 52, 46 and 40-inch screen sizes.

All of Sharp's new Aquos Quattron models offer built-in Wi-Fi and access to popular apps such as Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.

Sharp will also be strengthening its home cinema arsenal with the addition of the XV-Z17000 HD DLP 3D projector along with three web-enabled Blu-ray players and five new sound bars.