The feature sets are insane for the money. Moreover, I always have a soft spot for JVC- it provided the tunes and soundtrack for my first ride. Back then, I was rockin’ a JVC cassette deck, however today you can easily take advantage of digital media with USB ports integrated even in to the basic head units. Check out some of these receivers and features below! JVC Mobile Entertainment, the premier developer and manufacturer of sophisticated mobile, audio, and video products, today introduced four new CD receivers that will be available in the U.S. starting this month.
AmTRAN Video Corp. on Thursday introduced a new, JVC-branded 28-inch TV, the Class EM28T HD 720p D-LED HDTV.
AmTran Video Corp. said this week that it has brought in two executives to work on the JVC brand. Ron Kong is the brand's new marketing manager, while Daniel Villa is product manager.
The 33rd Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Autumn Edition) opened Oct. 13, with more than 3,400 exhibitors from 30 countries showing wares for end users and for OEM/ODM sale. The show is co-located with the component show electronicAsia at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre through Oct. 16. Many well-known U.S. brands displayed current products and some provided sneak peeks at items destined for American retail shelves and web sites, come 2014. Here’s some of what we saw, based on a quick tour of the show floor in its opening hours:
JVC’s eight newest projector models in both the Professional Products Div.’s Reference Series and the Consumer A/V Group’s Procision Series now include native 4K inputs, according to product engineering manager Gary Klasmeier, who unveiled the new models on Day One of CEDIA Expo.
JVC Mobile Entertainment this week announced the release of its new Plugged In mobile app. The free app is available for iOS and Android.
AmTRAN added the SL42B-C and SL47B-C Razor-Edge E-LED to its flagship line of JVC-branded BlackSapphire HDTVs.
Ultimate Integration, a member of the PowerHouse Alliance, will host a grand opening on Tuesday, July 30, at its new showroom and warehouse in Clifton, N.J.
Dealerscope recently talked to the top executives from some of the major TV vendors about how they’re dealing with the most pressing trends in the industry. One trend they’re now facing is the arrival of inexpensive 4K UHD TVs from third- and second-tier manufacturers. We asked them if that poses a threat to their brands and whether the low prices will commoditize the product and cheapen consumer perception of the new technology. For the full interviews, see the July issue of Dealerscope.