NuVision has begun shipping the first five models in its third-generation eight-model Lucidium 1080p LCD TV line, and has hired former Fujitsu executive David Cusick as its new vice president of sales to add velocity to the line launch among its custom installer distribution base. The model range includes 22-, 26-, 32-, 37-, 42-, 47-, 52- and 65-inch sizes, with the 26- and 37-inch models slated for late-March/early-April shipment and the 65-inch, for April release. NuVision CEO Scott Deley characterizes the lineup as “the largest integration-friendly flat panel TV range,” as it offers NuControl bidirectional RS-232 serial control, IR control and IR
Nuvision announced this week that it is now shipping a new line of Lucidium LCD flat-panel TVs. The units, all of which offer 1080p “Deep Black” picture quality, come in 42-, 47-, and 52-inch denominations. These mark the first three of a planned 10-model Lucidium lineup. The line, company CEO Scott Deley said in a statement, is geared toward those seeking a “whole-home 1080p video solution... from the living room to the bedroom to the bathroom.” The 42-inch version retails for $2,199, the the 47-incher goes for $2,799 and the 52-inch edition will retail for $4,199. The remaining seven models, including the
The television and home entertainment center manufacturer NuVision on Monday announced that it is suing Panasonic over the latter company’s use of the phrase “High Definition Living” in its advertising. NuVision, which owns the trademark and has been using it since 2005, alleges that Panasonic, in using the phrase “Living in High Definition,” has “knowingly and willfully infringed upon” the trademark. The suit was filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona. NuVision added that it had warned Panasonic to stop using the phrase prior to the suit.
NuVision this week announced it will release 10 new LCD TVs, ranging from 22 to 65 inches, as part of its new Lucidium Deep Black LCD HDTV line. The largest of the TVs is the 65-inch NVU65HDN 1080p LCD, with other denominations coming in 52-, 47-, 42-, 37-, 32-, 26-, and 22-inch measurements. The two least expensive TVs, retailing for $699 and $899, will arrive in stores Sept. 20, with the next two, at $1,299 and $1,599, coming Sept. 30. Two more Lucidium TVs will be released Oct. 12 at $1,299 and $1,899, while the last four, including the $11,999 NVU65HDN, will
Anchor Bay Technologies, a supplier of video processing semiconductors (ASICs) and systems, today announced the appointment of John Glass to the position of vice president of marketing and business development. In this role, Glass will be in charge of defining and positioning Anchor Bay’s advanced video processing systems and semiconductor products, and will be responsible for the company’s market positioning, distribution strategy, and product management. Glass comes to Anchor Bay from Core Networks, Inc., where he served as vice president of marketing and business development. He will be based in Campbell, Calif., and report to Craig Soderquist. D&M Holdings Inc., the company that owns Denon,
&000;EDGE Distributor Group will now distribute NuVision's new lineup of "Deep Black" LCD TVs to the CEDIA channel via 12 nationwide distribution partners. The televisions, says EDGE, are scheduled to begin shipping late this month. "We quickly recognized the importance of catering to the specific needs of the home A/V specialist and custom install markets," explains Scott Deley, NuVision's CEO. "These customers have basically been ignored by other manufacturers." NuVision will initially offer widescreen LCD televisions in 23-, 26-, 32- and 45-inch screen sizes, built with the company's proprietary NiDO technology, 1000:1 contrast ratio and NuControl functions. Michael Levy, Edge Group