Listen up, golden ears; If the Blu-Spec CD didn’t get your attention, the newer join-ventured of JVC’s K2HD audio coding and Japan largest optical disk manufacturer would, at least the price. Yes, the Japanese audio geeks are at it again. Victor Entertainment, a division of JVC has released a trio of Classical audio CD with “Super Excellent Glass” mastering process – a married product of JVC’s k2HD audio processing onto the cutting-edge high durability, high stability and high sound quality reproducibility glass manufacturing process CD from Memory-Tech.
Victor Japan, a division of JVC display announced today three thin frame industrial-grade LCD flat-screens with built-in sensor to automate power on/off, volume and screen backlight functions. All models feature a Full HD 1080P HDCP compliant LCD panel and are capable of multi-screen setup for business applications.
JVC is ahead of the curve, it seems. They have just turned on the very first 720p HD display in Times Square in New York today. The gigantic billboard is actually comprised of three LED displays. One is a standard display and the two others are tickers, one of which circles around a globe.
I never liked the idea of a white finish audio video device. Call me old fashion, but a matte or shiny Apple-white gadget looks strangely odd on my conventional all-black component shelf. It’s not just the color mismatch, it reflects light greater than the conventional darker or gun-metal components in a dim home theater environment. What do I know? We’ve seen more audio video devices caught up with Apple-white fever; JVC is the latest manufacturer to join the bandwagon.
The Professional products divisions of JVC and Sensoi have teamed up to bring you a high end 3D TV display in D-ILA projection system. The parties will combine Sensio second gen S3D-PRO 3D processing technology and a stack of two JVC D-ILA-RS2 projectors to enable a full HD presentation in third dimension; it is coming straight to your living or personal home theater room soon.
Today, is the end of an era, folks. The age of the standalone VCR has officially come to an end. And while many people might have thought it had already closed its chapter, JVC did for real today.
We’ve seen the JVC’s 1.75-inch LCOS-enabled D-ILA microdisplays back in May, a high pixel density device with high expectation to replace existing 10MP DLA-SH4K, a 4096×2400 pixel 4K2K D-ILA projector early next year. Here it is, Nikkie has a report of JVC’s newest 8K4K prototype beamer from Victor Company of Japan Ltd (JVC). A 35MP front-projector capable of displaying 8192×4320 resolution at ultra high contrast of 1.1 million to 1.
A lot of prototypes for all sorts of devices are showing up at CEATEC in Japan this week. One such prototype is a pair of "pseudo 3D" glasses from JVC that convert 2D video in real time to something that resembles 3D.
As if the original specification weren’t impressive enough, the beamer-squad at JVC went back to drawing board; squeezed 67% more contrast and 13% more light to the highly anticipated JVC HD 150 announced at CEDIA early this month. The new specifications are 50,000:1 native contrast and 900 lumens as oppose to 30,000:1 and 800 lumens. Similar revises were announced for the more affordable DLA-RS10 with 32,000:1 contrast, 1000 lumens compare to original speciation of 17,000:1 contrast and 800 lumens.
CEDIA is one of the most exciting events of the year for projector lovers, all the new beamers will be announced with latest technology and electrifying features. My top pick is always JVC and they have been on the top of the game for years. How so? All of their D-ILA home theater projectors have managed to achieve unprecedented contrast ratios without the use of an auto iris, from the award-wining RS1, RS2 and now with newly announced HD350, HD750.