Originally Posted by HDTV1080P24 So far all the reviews I have read on the Sharps do not offer 1080P/24 true refresh rates. Yes if there is any Sharps that display 1080P/24 without using a 3:2 pulldown process I would be interested in adding them to the list. If Sharp and most other manufactories would start labeling their displays like Pioneer does then it would make things a lot easy. Then if that happen there would be no need for a list of displays that display 1080P/24 at multiplies of the original frame rate since things would be clearly labled.
Guys, I finally got a response from Aquos support straight from the engineering department:
"This unit has a 48hz that does 2:2."
So the Sharp LC-46D64U now does 2:2 playback of 24fps material. However, only serial numbers beginning with letter C or above (i.e. D, E, etc). The firmware is also designated with the letter S rather than older models which have the letter U.
Aquos support has indicated that this is a hardware upgrade and older sets cannot be upgraded to offer this.