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HT Staff Posted: Sep 07, 2001 0 comments
Here comes something custom-made for real HDTV fans: a recorder with full HD capability.
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Mark Fleischmann Posted: Oct 09, 2007 0 comments
If doubling the refresh rate of an LCD to avoid motion artifacts is a good idea, is tripling it an even better idea? Showgoers at Japan's CEATEC show got an eyeful of a JVC prototype last week that does just that.
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Posted: Feb 16, 2004 0 comments

<A HREF="">JVC</A> should soon release its CU-VH1, a portable high-definition player/recorder intended to complement the company's GR-HD1 and JY-HD10 HDTV camcorders.

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Posted: Dec 19, 1999 0 comments

Last week, JVC Americas announced that it has consolidated its projector operations&mdash;both JVC-branded projection systems and Hughes-JVC-branded systems&mdash;into <A HREF="">JVC Professional Products Company</A>, and will develop and market all future projection systems under the JVC brand. The company says that this consolidation will result in the creation of a new Visual Systems Division, effective next month. JVC says it hopes that the reorganized company will grow its projection-display business by more than 15% in the year 2000.

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SV Staff Posted: Dec 12, 2008 0 comments
Sure, plenty of manufacturers are following the latest ENERGY STAR 3.0 standards. We applaud everyone for their efforts. The planet thanks you. However, JVC is taking it a few steps further. Further than they have to. JVC's latest LCD TVs are...
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Jon Iverson Posted: Jul 15, 2001 0 comments

Last week <A HREF="">JVC</A> announced that the final touches have been applied and the D'Ahlia 61" D-ILA hologram HDTV rear projection television (official model number AV-61S902) has begun shipping to several retailers nationwide and will soon be available to consumers at a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $13k.

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SV Staff Posted: Sep 10, 2009 0 comments
JVC has announced six new projectors at CEDIA, each one sporting a 120Hz refresh rate and 4 of them THX-certified. The new models are the DLA-HD550, DLA-HD950, DLA-HD950, DLA-RS15, DLA-RS25, and DLA-RS35. The HD-series are focused on the consumer...
SV Staff Posted: Dec 23, 2016 1 comments
JVC has announced that its new flagship 4K/Ultra HD D-ILA projector is the first 4K projector to receive THX certification.
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HT Staff Posted: Jan 28, 2004 0 comments
JVC hopes to make a major splash in the video market this year. The company has announced plans to release a variety of new products in the coming months, including plasma displays, LCD TVs, DVD recorders, and big-screen rear projection HDTVs using displays its "Digital Light Amplification" (D-ILA) technology.
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Barry Willis Posted: Dec 27, 2004 0 comments

Backward compatibility with today's DVDs is important to the success of any new high-definition format. Japan Victor Corporation (JVC) may have the solution with a hybrid prototype that combines the high-definition Blu-ray disc with a standard DVD.

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SV Staff Posted: Aug 29, 2008 0 comments
JVC is making a somewhat tentative step into the Blu-ray world with the new NX-BD3 home theater system. The NX-BD3 is a 2.1 channel system. Why not jump in with a full 5.1 system to really show off the audio benefits of Blu-ray? Perhaps...
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SV Staff Posted: May 05, 2008 0 comments
When JVC produced the world's smallest 1.27-inch 4K2K Direct-Drive Image Light Amplifier device last June, it was lauded as completely revolutionary. Not willing to rest on its laurels, JVC just announced a 1.75-inch 8K4K D-ILA high-definition...
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Thomas J. Norton Posted: Apr 12, 2006 0 comments

JVC announced a number of new additions to its lineup of video displays at January's CES. But the company showed at an off-site hotel and there just wasn't time to get to it. At a recent event in the Los Angeles area JVC exhibited its new models for dealers and the press.

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SV Staff Posted: Oct 02, 2008 0 comments
Just when you thought it was safe to watch 3D TV without the dorky glasses, theeey're back. Our buddies over at Gizmodo have found a JVC prototype TV at the CEATEC show in Japan that converts high-def 2D video into pseudo 3D, in real-time, using a...
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SV Staff Posted: May 19, 2008 0 comments
JVC just announced a new camcorder that makes showing your home videos to the world, well . . . at least to anyone hip enough to surf YouTube, easier than ever. The new Everio S Series GZ-MS100 has an UPLOAD button that allows users to transfer...