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RCA Unveils New Hybrid Mobile TVs

Posted in RCA by Conner Flynn on April 12th, 2011

RCA has been making TVs and other electronics for as long as anyone can remember and now they have unveiled a new line of portable mobile TV products. There are four different models. Three of them are portable TVs and one is a TV tuner for your car. All four can receive both Mobile TV format signals and standard digital TV signals.

There’s the 3.5″ DMT335R TV with LED backlighting for $119, which ispowered by AA batteries that are rechargeable and last for four hours. The DMT336R is another 3.5″ priced at $159 and has a widescreen LED backlit screen, FM radio, rechargeable battery, and an AC power option.

RCA dogs find new home in Audiovox

Posted in Audiovox,News,RCA by Nino Marchetti on October 18th, 2007

RCA consumer electronics brand acquired by AudiovoxIt looks like the RCA dogs (and we don’t just mean the products) are set to find a new home today as it was announced Audiovox will acquire the rights to the RCA consumer electronics brand from Thomson. Total cost? $19.7 million plus some other fees – that’s a lot of dog bones.

The acquisition of the RCA brand by Audiovox extends to Thomson’s U.S., Canada, China and Hong Kong consumer electronics audio video business. Audiovox earlier this year had purchased Thomson America’s CE accessory business, granting it the rights to to the RCA brand for consumer electronics accessories.

RCA Pearl MP3 Player

Posted in MP3,RCA by Darrin Olson on July 3rd, 2007

RCA Pearl Series MP3 playerRCA has a new line of MP3 players called the Pearl series that come in 256MB, 1GB or 2GB capacities and feature a different configuration than many of the latest MP3 players.

The Pearl MP3 player has a built-in USB connection which allows it to connect directly to your computer sans any cables, similar to a USB flash drive. All three players have a Micro SD card slot which will allow you to expand the memory to multiple Gigs even if you purchased the smallest capacity player. And like the retro-style direct USB connection, this player is not rechargeable and runs off of 1 AAA battery.

The RCA Pearl also has some more of the standard features found in portable MP3 players like direct voice recording, encoding directly to MP3, plays mp3, WMA, WMDRM-9 and Audible files, has a small LCD display can give up …