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JVC Gumy Air earphones provide comfortable fit

JVC Gumy Air earphones provide comfortable fit

 
Most of the time, the earbuds that come with your MP3 player are not all that great. In fact, most of the time they offer up only mediocre sound quality. Plus, they can be rather uncomfortable in the ears. But the JVC Gumy Air earphones are meant to provide good sound and a comfy fit.

They look rather stylish and are comfortable to wear. However, not everyone may enjoy their fit. It's an individual thing, so if you're looking for a one-size-fits-all solution, you won't find it here.

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JVC HP-SX505 Neodymium headphones announced

JVC HP-SX505 Neodymium headphones announced

JVC have updated their Neodymium in-ear canal headphone range with the HP-SX505, keeping the same folding design as the earlier HA-SX500 but, according to a company rep, tweaking the specifications.  The new set support a frequency range of 8Hz - 22,000Hz and have a pressure sound sensitivity of 104dB/mW from the 16mm Neodymium driver units.

JVC World’s Thinnest 1080p LCD HDTV on sale next month

JVC World’s Thinnest 1080p LCD HDTV on sale next month

JVC have unveiled their latest LCD TV, and they haven't needed much of a sheet to do the covering.  As of July, the company will be selling the World's thinnest LCD with built-in tuners, measuring just 39mm deep across the majority of its width (and 74mm at the deepest centre-point).  To further emphasise the minimal dimensions, the bezel has been vigorously slimmed too.

JVC Everio GZ-MS100 camcorder with YouTube mode

JVC Everio GZ-MS100 camcorder with YouTube mode

JVC have recognised the truth: nobody wants to film touching memories of their children in high-definition, to keep for all time, but instead short clips of their friends falling over and swilling beer from shoes and uploading them to YouTube. That's why their Everio S Series memory camcorder, the GZ-MS100, has a dedicated YouTube mode, which is intended to make uploading short clips to the internet straightforward. It records directly to a SD card, has a 2.7-inch LCD and 35x optical zoom.

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SlashGear Week in Review

SlashGear Week in Review

More speed, more gameplay and more pixels has been the theme of the week, with a variety of new hardware launches and upgrades together with some long awaited titles getting released.  Apple lived up to the rumors and introduced new processors and faster FSB for their iMac range, together with stirring up a little controversy over whether they'd had access to Intel's future product line first.  Faux-Apple hardware also get plenty of attention, as Psystar's OS X-running Open Computer took time out from being sniped at by fanboys to get benchmarked.

JVC create 35-megapixel 8k x 4k projector LCD

JVC create 35-megapixel 8k x 4k projector LCD

This is one of those situations where a diagram helps to describe far more than words could manage.  JVC have unveiled a 1.75-inch 8K4K D-ILA (Direct-Drive Image Light Amplifier) - in other words, the panel found in LCD projectors that creates the picture - capable of 17x full, 1080p high-definition.  That works out to a roughly 35-megapixel image, or 8,192 x 4,320 resolution.  In this diagram, the little green box in the lower left-hand corner is your beautiful new HDTV; the big blue oblong, together with the yellow section at the side, is the new JVC projection.

Cherry Picks 2008: JVC HD Everio Camcorder

Cherry Picks 2008: JVC HD Everio Camcorder

This amazing HD camera has 3 CCDs and can record at a max resolution of 1440x1080. You don’t have to try and store that video on a flash card either, which might get you an hour of record time at that resolution, instead, there is a 60GB HDD built in.

CES 2008: JVC show dual-iPod speaker dock

CES 2008: JVC show dual-iPod speaker dock

While JVC's NX-PN7 might look like a convoluted way to get stereoscopic vision from a couple of iPods, in actual fact it's a dual-PMP speaker dock that can recharge and play music from two of Apple's shiny devices.  Sadly the feature we'd really like to see - swapping music from one iPod to another - is forbidden by our fruity overlords, so we'll have to make do with an IR remote with "dedicated iPod control keys", an FM/AM radio and light-up strips that can change to any of nine colours.

The JVC DLA-RS2 LCOS 1080p gets reviewed

The JVC DLA-RS2 LCOS 1080p gets reviewed

JVS last 1080p projector with D-ILA technology, DLA-RS1, was a big hit despite the oversaturated color dispute among the videophiles. The successor RS2 doubled the NATIVE contrast ratio to a whopping 30,000:1. It also added Vertical Stretch support for anamorphic lens fanatic, 1.3b hdmi spec for deep color and motorized zoom and focus. What’s not compare to presuccessor is the lumens spec drop and price increment.

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