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JVC’s New Dual-Dock Speaker System for iPad and iPhone

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on July 27th, 2011

JVC is now shipping the UX-VJ3B speaker system. It not only looks awesome, but the UX-VJ3B has dual-dock support for the iPad and iPhone at the same time. It’s also affordable at $199.99 and will mount your iPad and iPhone side by side.

Features include a horizontal iPad dock, a rotatable dock for the iPod and iPhone, detachable speakers, auxiliary audio input, mini-USB input, a subwoofer output, a video output, and AM/FM tuner. There’s also an alarm clock, a sleep timer, and a remote.

JVC DT-3D24G1 3D WUXGA Monitor With 3D RealD Glasses

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2011

The latest excuse to sell you on wearing dorky 3D glasses is the JVC DT-3D24G1 3D WUXGA Monitor which comes with said glasses. JVC’s new DT-3D24G1 24-inch 3D WUXGA monitor is said to offer excellent image quality and a robust design.

The monitor produces a 1920 x 1200 resolution, a 1,000:1 contrast ratio and a 16:10 aspect ratio. The JVC DT-3D24G1 will hit Japan next month. Each purchase comes with a free 3D RealD glasses. Do you want one or are you tired of 3D?

JVC releases world’s first 3D consumer camcorder

Posted in 3D by Conner Flynn on March 7th, 2011

JVC has announced the world’s first 3D consumer camera, the GS-TD-1. Now you can shoot 3D content that is viewable on any 3D TV. The GS-TD-1 uses two camera lenses and two imaging sensors to capture 3D images, just like your eyes do. You can shoot content in 3D and in full 1080p HD, side by side (960 x 1080 x 2) for AVCHD 3D recording and 2D AVCHD shooting.

It features 64GB of built-in flash memory, but you can expand that by using the SDXC card slot. Other features include 3D optical 5x zoom, Optical Axis Automatic Stabilization System, and Automatic Parallax Adjustment. The display is glasses-free 3D so you can check your 3D content easily.

JVC RD-D2 BoomBox

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2011

This strange looking boombox is designed for street dancers and musicians. Even though it looks like it was made for a Dalek. It’s the new JVC RD-R2 BoomBox, which is equipped with a microSD/SDHC slot, allowing you to store and play music from a memory card of up to 32GB of storage capacity.

The JVC RD-D2 comes with a pair of 2.5-Watt speakers, countdown timer, a USB port, an FM tuner, a guitar input, a KORG/metronome tuner and an automatic hand clapping feature to help with your rhythm. It can also record music through a built-in stereo mic. The JVC RD-D2 BoomBox is compatible with MP3/WMA/linear PCM (WAV) and AAC file formats. It will be released in Japan next month for about $460.

JVC KW-NT30HD / 50HDT navigation systems with iPhone-controlled HD radio

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on January 18th, 2011

JVC’s new in-dash GPS navigation systems will offer some music to go with their navigational help. The KW-NT50HDT and KW-NT30HD feature 6.1-inch displays along with HD radio and iPhone connectivity via USB. With ClearChannel’s iheartradio app, you can check out song and artist information and scan channels from either the navigation device or your iPhone.

The NT50HDT comes with a free lifetime subscription to the Total Traffic HD+ Network, which will give you data like traffic reports, news, and weather. Both devices have WAAS navigation, map coverage of all 50 US states, Canada and Puerto Rico, and voice guidance in English, French, and Spanish.

JVC TH-BC3 and TH-BC1 Soundbars

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on January 8th, 2011

JVC’s TH-BC3 and TH-BC1 soundbars look pretty sweet. They use SRS StudioSound HD which processes up to 6.1 channels for playback over two speakers or headphones. The entry-level JVC TH-BC1 is a 60-watt (30 watts per channel) two-channel SRS StudioSound HD front surround soundbar that features a built-in FM tuner, an analog input and two digital audio inputs, and a subwoofer pre-out.

The high-end JVC TH-BC3 has a push-open dock for your iPod and iPhone, an HDMI 1.4 port, 3D Video ready pass through, ARC (Audio Return Channel), an FM tuner and a video output for iPod and iPhone. So how much do they cost? The JVC TH-BC1 will be available in January for $149.95, while the JVC TH-BC3 will be released in February for $249.95.

JVC launches three new Everio Camcorders

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2010

JVC has just announced three new Everio camcorders all featuring 40x optical zoom, full HD video recording, SD/SDHC slot, USB port, HDMI interface together with a 2.7-inch LCD screen and automatic uploading to Facebook and YouTube.

The higher-end model numbers GZ-HM670 and GZ-HM690 are equipped with a 3.3MP CMOS sensor improving their ability to record video in dark areas. That should come in handy for Bigfoot and UFO sightings. The lower end model the HM450 only has a 1.5MP CMOS sensor.

JVC NX-TC7 iPod dock with 7 inch screen

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on October 17th, 2010

The NX-TC7 from JVC Japan is an iPod dock with a 7 inch screen, CD player and a Radio. It will be available in white and black and the unit can playback Youtube videos from your iPod / iPhone on the 7 inch screen as well as images from a USB drive.

The speakers deliver an output of 15W×2ch and it comes with a remote control. It will be available in Japan by early November for 60,000 Yen (or $660).

JVC Picsio GC-WP10 and GC-FM2 1080p pocket camcorders

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on August 24th, 2010

JVC is no stranger to the handheld camcorder market and now it has decided to get into the pocket camcorder business. The company is introducing the Picsio GC-WP10 and GC-FM2, both of which are capable of 1,920 x 1,080/30fps clips.

They also feature built in image stabilization, an HDMI output, a 3-inch rear touchscreen, compatibility with EyeFi’s WiFi-enabled SD cards and a time-lapse recording feature. The WP10 has a waterproof enclosure, but no optical zoom. Both units have a pop-out USB plug and an SD / SDHC / SDXC card slot, while the WP10 adds an MP3 audio recorder.

JVC Everio GZ-HM1 ships

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on April 6th, 2010

JVC has started shipping the Everio GZ-HM1 camcorder which handles native 1080p video capture and has the ability to capture in low light conditions with its 10.6-megapixel, back-illuminated CMOS sensor. The sensor works in lighting as dim as four lux while being sensitive to light sensitivity as high as ISO 6,400.

The HM1 will also boast manual controls that can override aperture, bracketing and shutter speed when you need to. It comes with 64GB of internal memory that can be expanded by another SDHC memory card.

JVC unveils HM550 Everio camcorder

Posted in JVC by Shane McGlaun on March 22nd, 2010

JVC has pulled the wraps off a new Everio camcorder that offers 1080p video resolution and a 10.6MP CMOS sensor. The camera can shoot still images and record video.

One of the most interesting features is that the camera has Bluetooth. This lets the camera interface with Bluetooth headsets and lets smartphones act as a remote for the camera. Video is stored to 32GB of internal storage and the camera has a SD/SDHC slot for expansion.

JVC SD Card-based HD player

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on February 9th, 2010

Here’s something you don’t see everyday. JVC’s latest CU-VS100 HD player features two SD and SDHC card readers so you can play SD/SDHC content on your HDTV. The device connects to your TV through an HDMI port.

The JVC CU-VS100 is compatible with most popular audio and video file formats including .mts, .m2ts, .mov, .tod, .mod, .mpg, JPG, MP3 and WAV. They throw in a remote controller with every purchase and an A/V cable.

JVC Everio GZ-HM340 HD camcorder with 16GB of internal storage

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on February 2nd, 2010

The newest member of the JVC Everio camcorder family is the GZ-HM340, with 16GB of internal Flash memory, a 20x optical Konica Minolta zoom lens, 1.37 megapixel CMOS sensor and image stabilization.

Some other features include one-touch upload to YouTube, face detection and an SD / SDHC expansion slot. This camcorder is set to arrive later this month for $500. We aren’t sure if it captures anything other than AVCHD or not.

JVC’s DLA-SH7NL, a $15,000 projector

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on February 1st, 2010

Looking to spend $15,000 on a new projector? Then check out JVC’s DLA-SH7NL projector. For that price you do get an amazing resolution of 4,096 × 2,400 and it will show off more than four times the detail found in full HD resolution. Pretty sweet, if you have the spare scratch. Which you don’t. And neither do I. Maybe there’s a payment plan.

How about a native contrast ratio of 10,000:1 and a 330W lamp capable of producing 5,000 lumens? It uses D-ILA (Digital Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier) technology, allowing it to display two or even four displays in WUXGA (1,920 x 1,200) and full HD resolution simultaneously.

JVC SP-A130 iPod nano-matching portable speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2010

We first told you about these speakers back in September, but since everyone else is all gaga over them we thought we would remind you. JVC’s nano colored SP-A130 speakers are compatible with the nanos in size as well as color.

Just slide the cover out and you’ve got yourself a portable speaker with a 3.5mm input to connect it to your nano or other compatible portable media player. It’s powered by AA batteries and will be available this March for $29.95.