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181. JVC GRDV800 MiniDV 1.33MP Camcorder
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182. JVC DSTP370 Home Theater System
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183. JVC GRDVM55U MiniDV Digital Camcorder
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184. JVC AV32S575 32" HD-Ready Television
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185. JVC AV-32D303 32" TV (Silver)
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186. JVC AV27D305 27" Stereo TV
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188. JVC RX-DV5VSL DVD Player/Receiver
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190. JVC GR-DVL500U Digital Camcorder

181. JVC GRDV800 MiniDV 1.33MP Camcorder with 3.5" LCD, 10x Optical Zoom, and 8MB MMC Card
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B0000899YJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 2132
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Elegantly styled with an easy to use design, JVC's GRDV800 takes full advantage of the MiniDV system and provides a sharp 540 horizontal lines of resolution, ensuring outstandingly vibrant images. Some of the features of the camcorder include a huge 3.5-inch LCD screen, 10x optical zoom, accessory info shoe, the ability to record MPEG4 clips, and remarkable still camera performance.

Lens
The 1/4-inch CCD sensor captures images with detailed accuracy so that images will be sharp and defined. The optical zoom magnifies up to 10 times while the digital zoom, which works by electronically enhancing the optical image, reaches up to 300 times. The digital image stabilization system keeps the picture steady and solid throughout zooms and camera shakes. You can shoot visible video at night using the night shot function, which allows the camera to shoot full-spectrum video in little or no light situations. Manual controls such as focus, exposure, and white balance give the user greater flexibility in shooting.

Digital Stills
The CCD sensor has a 1.33 megapixel rating, which creates images with resolutions of up 1600 by 1200 pixels. There are three lower quality settings (1280 x 960, 1024 by 768, and 640 by 480) that you can use to save memory. The DV800 includes an 8MB MultiMedia card and is also compatible Secure Digital memory cards.

Inputs and Outputs
The DV800 comes with the standard DV IEEE1394 port which provides a lossless connection to a PC or other DV machines, as well as a USB port for image transfer. The common RCA AV connections are used for direct viewing on a television or VHS dubbing. ... Read more

Features

  • MiniDV camcorder with 10x optical zoom, 300x digital zoom, image stabilization
  • 3.5-inch fold-out color LCD screen and color viewfinder
  • Takes digital stills (1600 x 1200) and stores them on MMC card (8MB card included)
  • MPEG 4 e-mail video clips, Web cam function
  • Connects to PCs and Macs via Firewire (IEEE1394) and USB (for photos)

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars I think this is a Terrific Camcorder
I've had my JVC GR-DV800 for close to 2 months now, and I'm extraordinarily pleased. It's my first camcorder, and I don't regret in the slightest the choice I made, having tested much of the major functionality, especially interfacing with a computer. Although it appears this model is getting harder to find new, I would recommend it unequivocally to anyone considering buying it. I'd like to address some of the specific aspects I've seen downgraded by other reviews here and elsewhere on the web, as well as passing along my experiences with the more advanced capabilities, in particular, operation in conjunction with a computer.

I haven't tried using the camcorder in especially low light situations, and I guess my expectations are lower than many other users. I don't really expect to be able to take video in the dark. Without going into details, I would say the camcorder has met my expectations for shooting without a video light, although I don't doubt that some camcorders may do better in low light.

I've seen mixed reports on the supplied battery, which is a 400 mA-hr lithium, with some claiming the battery is useless after a few charging cycles. I haven't pushed it, but I seem to be able to get at least an hour of recording out of the battery (but I also bought a 2500 mA-hr model for flexibility).

Many reviewers have severely criticized the 3.5" LCD for low resolution/sharpness. It's true that it isn't "stunning", but it's extremely useable, with sort of a matte appearance, rather than the glossy appearance of, say, a Sony. Unless you're trying to do a precise manual focus, however, I don't see the LCD as a liability, and I don't assume most users sit around watching their videos on the LCD.

Most others have also criticized the still image capability of this, and all camcorders, stating that they are far inferior to digital cameras. The DV800 has a 1.3 MP CCD, and the Sony digital camera I've been using for several years is also 1.3 MP, and I've yet to be tempted to upgrade to a higher resolution camera for our family usage, since I typically don't crop and blow up my pictures. I use both the Sony and now the JVC DV at 1280 resolution, and aside from the camcorder not having a flash (standard), I've yet to notice any difference in the pictures from the two, in good light, other than a slightly different aspect ratio. Since my Sony camera only has an LCD, and no viewfinder, I'll probably tend to use the JVC DV through its viewfinder outside in bright light, where the Sony LCD is nearly impossible to see.

As far as operation of the camcorder with a personal computer, I've found the JVC to work extraordinarily well in all modes with Windows XP, after an initial intensive debugging of the FireWire (IEEE 1394/i.Link) capability. (I have a very long thread on the Dell Community Forum documenting this process.) JVC supplies Pixela USB drivers and an application (ImageMixer) that makes good use of those drivers, within the limitations of the program. JVC, like most DV manufacturers, relies on supplied Microsoft drivers for operation over the 1394 bus.

In still camera mode (Memory mode), with a memory card installed, and when connected to a computer via USB, the JVC requires no custom drivers. It looks like a removable USB disk drive, and all images are accessible as JPEG files for copying from or to the camcorder. For retrieving video or using as a webcam over USB, the Pixela drivers must be installed, and they present a separate Video Capture and Audio Capture device. With Image Mixer, I could capture 320x240 video (Video CD) from the camcorder, either by playing back a DV tape (in Video-Play mode) or as a webcam (in Video-Auto or -Manual mode). I couldn't get the camcorder to work reliably for video over USB with the other applications I had available, so I don't know if resolution above VCD is possible over USB. DVD resolution is 720x480 @ 30 frames/second, for a data rate of almost 30 megabits per second (Mbps). USB 1.1 is limited to 12 Mbps, so unless the JVC USB implementation is 2.0, DVD-quality video transfer isn't possible over USB.

Moving on to operation over the IEEE 1394 bus (FireWire), here is where the full video capabilities of the camcorder are possible. It is possible to download still images from the memory card over 1394, but it's much more convenient to use the USB disk mode for still image operations. Contrary to another review on this site, I don't believe there is any inherent limitation in the JVC 1394 implementation that limits it to working with particular 1394 interfaces. That limitation appears to be in the Windows XP drivers, and isn't particularly specific to given camcorders, as documented in many places on the web, including my thread elsewhere. After switching to using the Microsoft 1394 bus drivers, instead of those supplied by the interface manufacturer, my JVC has worked flawlessly with my 1394 interface, which has a Texas Instrument chipset, and it also worked flawlessly with a Dell laptop with a built- in 1394 interface with TI chipset, as well as with the built-in DV interface of a Macintosh iMac.

After the initial debugging cycle, I have downloaded lots of video from my camcorder's DV tape over the 1394 interface, produced video that I burned to DVD, which played back and looked great on my 27-inch TV, and copied the edited video back to a DV tape in the camcorder (all using Ulead Video Studio 8.0, which I will be reviewing in the software section of this site shortly).

In short, the JVC GR-DV800 has done everything I've asked of it thus far, and with its flexible input and output connections, and availability of useful accessories, including lenses and filters, I consider it to be a great product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pleasantly Surprised
Compared to all the new, old-fashioned looking MiniDV and 3rd generation camcorders out there, I love the look and feel of the JVC GR-DV800. It's silver with blue trimmings and has that old-school elongated look versus the vertically built ones coming out of late.

Right out of the box it felt substantial. I thumbed through the manual while charging up the battery (can't do it off the camera) and was a little dismayed at the large amount of instructions. However, as I found out later, it's all pretty simple once you get the hang of it.

The LCD is nice and big. Others have complained that the clarity isn't great, but compared to the Sony and Cannon, I don't have a problem with it.

The controls are pretty well-oriented, although I did get a little bit of a hand cramp from using the one-finger menu dial. But that's probably just because it's new and I'm trying everything.

The 300x zoom is pretty useless above 100x. Anything that close is just too grainy. Whether that's from the lens itself or simply because things weren't intended to be viewed at 300x their normal size, I don't know. Right now, I can't imagine ever zooming that far unless I'm looking at the moon or distant landscapes.
One problem I've had is using the camera in low light using AGP or JVC's NIGHTVISION. Basically, like any camera, light collection takes time. Meaning, if you want to move the camera and you are using AGP (Automatic Gain) or the highly-vaunted NIGHTVISION, you have to move the camera very slowly to keep a focused picture. In fact, I have to use a tripod to take snapshots to prevent my pressing the button from making fuzzy pics.

I installed the included USB software on my XP system and hooked the cables up and I was able to e-mail out a picture in about 2 minutes, start to finish (including cable installation).

However, I've since tried to copy over video using the USB port and it doesn't work. I've installed the software that comes with it, but it still doesn't work. JVC website is basically no help with anything, but I've been told by some camcorder forum experts that you HAVE to (HAVE TO) use the Firewire port to txfer video instead of the USB. JVC doesn't include a FireWire cable so I've yet to try that fix out.

All in all I'm glad I bought this particular camera. It looks good, it feels good, and so far it takes good pics and video.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera...But....
The JVC GR-DV800U is a lot of camera for a modest amount of money, but, as other reviewers have pointed out, it suffers in poor lighting conditions as do many other camcorders. I'm giving it two stars because 1) JVC tech support personnel are a bit numb and less than helpful; and 2) although the product is advertised as being compatible with OHCI compliant IEEE 1394 (Firewire) inputs, it will only work with Pinnacle, Belkin and Orange Micro Firewire PCI boards. Otherwise you can't transfer it to your computer. So you may have to cough up a PCI slot and another $45 to make it work. (I have an onboard Asus IEEE 1394 and a separate PCI Texas Instruments OHCI compliant board and neither would accept and install the camera connection. My wife's computer wouldn't take it, either, getting us only a big yellow question mark in Device Manager in Windows XP.

JVC is a bit dishonest in its claims to be compatible with OHCI-compliant connections, but the camera's good and (best part) it has a MIC IN jack, which is the main reason I bought it.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Inventor JVC w/ 21st Century technology
the "palm of your hand" has also mastered an amazing piece of technology here with the GR DV800U. Companies followed the lead of JVC and competition generated fantastic graphics/pixel imagery. This camcorder delivers a must in everyone's home. It picks up details you have never seen. So versatile not only is this mini-digital a camcorder it is a VCR, a Computer Cyber-Cam, a digital camera, a television, an e-mail capable device that has enough plug-in features such as s/video stereo sound 540+ lines of resolution digital still as high as 1600x1200 with a super high band processor this camcorder is thus far the most amazing one I have seen. The software and features combined will easily have you set to tape load edit and produce your own pro movies!!! This is 21st Century technology in the palm of your hand............undoubtedly underrated due to their lack of advertising. However, with such perfected leadership in the video industry there is little reason to advertise. This keeps cost low as competitors like Sony charge for their marketing costs . JVC charges you simply for the GR-DV800U technology and it is superb!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great in good light, amazing battery life
I bought this camcorder late last year and travelled a lot over Christmas break - this camera satisfied my needs perfectly! Its charger is multi-voltage capable, the battery charges quickly and lasts forever (I still purchased a large additional battery for those situations when I didn't have access to a power plug for days!)

I agree with the reviewers saying the low-light mode is kind of strobe-like. However, it is in True Color,/b>! If you move your hand gently (use a tripod for low light!), or focus on a scene and don't move the camera much, you will like the results. I, for one, hate the fake, green tint (infraRed-based) that Sony and some other manufacturers incorporate into their night mode. Yes, it increases overall light sensitivity by absorbing more rays from outside the usual visible spectrum, but the video looks (green!) unreal and ugly. NOT an option!

The remote has a few nice features as well, and the photograph mode is quite impressive for a digital camcorder. I took over 300 pictures at the native resolution of 1.33 MegaPixels 1280x1024 (2 Megapixel photos at 1600x1200 are produced through interpolation, don't bother with it!). I got some beautiful low-light, dawn and dusk shots, including sunsets and sea shots.

The lack of a flash forcues you to use good photography principles like keeping the subject's face well lit, but the BackLight mode is a nice semi-fix for video or pictures taken with a bright backlight (eg sun behind subject).

BE AWARE that most versions of this camera do not like LARGE SecureDigital (SD) cards. You will be able to use cards over 128 MB, but can't preview the photos or the amount of space left because the camera doesn't fully support that card size (256 and above). Stick with a 128MB card, which can hold well over 250-300 photos at the highest native resolution, and you should be satisfied!

It would have been nice to have a lens with more optical zoom, because digital zoom is an absolute joke, just like any other camcorder - the graininess introduced into the video makes it quite worthless. 10X isn't bad, though, and the clarity of video and images shot with this camera rival anything I've had a chance to compare it to (mostly similar priced and similar featured cameras from other manufacturers, owned by friends). I've made a few DVDs and amny VCDs of video captured with this camcorder, and the quality is great.

The software included isn't too bad for quick and dirty image and video capture using the USB port and included cable (half resolution video) or Firewire (you need to buy a cable, but can capture full resolution video only with Firewire). However, I strongly recommend using something nicer like at least ULead Video Studio or Sonic MyDVD or Pinnacle's Studio products, or perhaps even Adobe Premiere to make truly 'prosumer' video! Its a pity a Firewire cable isn't included, but make sure you get one.

The video (composite) output cables are excellent, and dubbing video from the DV tapes to VHS or DVD/VCD recorders couldn't get easier. I haven't played with the scene transitions on the camera, because I edit in software, but I'm sure they'll be satisfactory if you want to make VHS tapes or DVD/VCDs directly using the (cable included) RCA composite AV output.

A note on DV tapes - stick to one manufacturer, because others (like Sony) use a different technique to make their tapes and camcorder heads apparently don't like frequent switching. I have had great luck with JVC tapes (duh!) which are re-labelled Fuji tapes. I bought well over a dozen.

The camera's pass through function for analog video lets you convert it to DV which you can capture on the fly (using pass-through) on a computer to convert your old VHS tapes into flawless (as good as the original VHS at least) VCDs or DVDs. I've used this a lot as well.

The large flippable LCD screen is good for those videos when you want to be in the shot but still occasionally monitor what the camera is capturing, from a distance. It doesn't get grimy or dirty and is easy to clean anyway. ... Read more


182. JVC DSTP370 Home Theater System (Black)
list price: $379.95
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Asin: B000066R6W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 96149
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

JVC is one of the world's leading developers and manufacturers of sophisticated audio, video and related software products. Building upon a wealth of technologies, the company is moving decisively to offer appropriate solutions for the multimedia age. To remain at the forefront of the audiovisual industry into the 21st century, JVC is marshalling its resources to create the ultimate in appealing, cost-competitive products.The JVC DS-TP370 is a complete home theater system that includes a 100-watt x 5 receiver with Dolby Digital/DTS/Dolby Pro LogicII built-in as well as 5 full range satellite speakers and 8", 100-Watt front-slot loaded powered subwoofer. ... Read more

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Initial Quality Great!
I just installed my JVC Home Theater System and so far I am very impressed and excited about the initial sound quality.We have played a few movies with it and everyone loved it! The sound separation is great just like being in a movie theater. My VCR and DVD plugged right into it.I had to buy longer cables to connect everything together the way I wanted.The only minor complaint is that the instruction manual is poorly written for the nonprofessional to understand. I feel the Home Theater System was easy to hookup myself but I had trouble wading through the instruction manual which could have been written better for novices to understand.So far it is a great system that I would buy again.It is all the power I will ever need. It really turned my "TV room" into a "Movie Theater"! ... Read more


183. JVC GRDVM55U MiniDV Digital Camcorder
list price: $1,199.99
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Asin: B00005KAMS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 8858
Average Customer Review: 3.71 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The JVC GR-DVM55U is a true workhorse of a camcorder. A number of great features are packed into this small, easy-to-carry device. The 680,000-pixel CCD captures the amazing 520 lines of resolution standard in digital video. A low-light environment is no problem for the GR-DVM55U. The special night shooting function enhances low-light sensitivity so you can still capture clear images at night in full color. There is also a built-in digital still camera that captures images in many modes--such as full screen, frame, pin-up, negative, or multipicture--onto a tape.

The GR-DVM55U also comes with a variety of multimedia interfacing capabilities, making transferring DV recordings or digital photos to a computer fast and simple. In addition to the standard IEEE 1394 DV interface, the serial terminal allows you to use the provided JLIP software to easily control image capture and linear editing from your computer. Serial terminals are compatible with practically any computer for greater connectivity.

Also included are an AC power adapter/charger, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, remote control, CD-ROM software for photo editing, shoulder strap, jack box, PC connection cable, JLIP cable, AV cable, and editing cable. ... Read more

Features

  • MiniDV camcorder
  • 10x optical, 200x digital zoom with digital image stabilization
  • 2.5-inch color LCD monitor and color EVF
  • Photo mode records still images onto tape
  • Uses an included lithium-ion battery; also includes remote control, AC adapter/charger, shoulder strap

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Room for Improvement
...First of all, and this is probably true of all camcorders, is that you can take the fold-out LCD screen and shove it. You can't use it in daylight, it is totally washed out and impossible to see anything whatsoever and, indoors, when you can see it, it is confusing to use and disorienting and makes for wobbly playbacks, the eyepiece viewfinder is the thing to use and the expense and battery consumption of these LCD screens is shameful and baffles me why manufacturers tout them so much. Second, there is no way that I can figure out how to monitor playback tape position (for porting to make tape copies) using the tape counter and NOT have the tape counter/time counter/frame counter digits appear on the finished copy. If you turn off the counter so it doesn't appear on the copied tape, how the heck can you monitor frame/tape location?? I wrote email to JVC service asking a work around to the problem, but they ignored any acknowledgement or reply. The battery life is very short, the upgraded 1-1/2 battery is almost as large as the camera itself and almost costs as much. The much touted "infinite life", "no memory" attributes of these new fangled battery chemistries is pure BS. The old NiCad camcorder battery from my 8-mm Minolta lasted longer and, the best, still is, lead acid batteries of all things! I've never replaced the lead acid backup battery in my home security alarm in fifteen-years! I paid a ton of money (to be first kid on my block with DVM) for this item, I wish I waited so as to get the latest "progressive scan" technology that improves image quality at the higher zoom levels. The digital zoom (>10x) is practically a joke in optical quality. And forget about low light recording, even at wedding receptions, low light graduation ceremonies, Bar Mitzvahs, Communion parties, this camera will just not record under those conditions (if for no other reason than the autofocus mechanism breaks-down in low light) and there is no provision for external light attachment. The camera's physical size is a JOY though, something this small you can take everywhere, every time, it does get used! In fact it is a bit too small in the button department, my fingers have trouble pressing the teensy-weensy buttons, very frustrating actually. I would not trade this sized camera for any amount of improved optical quality in a larger unit and in fact the larger units don't have better image quality, only more convenient finger dexterity/functionality. As far as the snapshot mode is concerned, uploading them to your PC really degrades the image quality if you use the JVC docking station. I tried using these images in ebay listings, but the image quality was just too poor. You will love the credit card sized remote control and the convenience of being able to operate the camcorder using the remote, certainly worth its weight in Pistachio nuts.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Performer
I have the JVC GR-DVX48 , which is exactly the same as the 55U, but the model number is different here in Australia.
I've had the camera for a few months now and have been quite impressed by the quality of picture and ease of use in the camera.
I've had no problems with reliability, and JVC in Australia are always at hand to answer any stupid questions I have.

There is one thing which I utterly HATE about this camera though. I believe it's rated at 0.5 lux, and am not sure how much different a 0 lux rating would effect night shooting - but the camera performs poorly in low light conditions. Low light conditions being night time shooting under street lights. The camera doesn't seem to hold focus very well when it is dark and seems to get confused, and keep switching between being in focus to out of focus.

I was hoping i'd be able to attach an external light for night use, but there aren't any available for this model. Many JVC cameras have a socket on them called Info shoe, which allows easy attachment of external lights and microphone - for some reason this model does not have that socket. There are some info shoe adapters which can be put on this kind of camera but the JVC website said they can only be used for the external microphones, and not to be used for external lights. Although I would much prefer if this camera had a bit better capabilities at night, as an external light would be a hassle and not give me the natural effect I want.

Adding to that, the Nightscope function is complete and utter... I guess it is ok if you stick it in a tripod and are shooting something which isn't moving. Nightscope drops the frame rate to 3fps, and even then it doesn't improve lighting that much at all.

Besides the lack of night shooting capabilities, it really is a great camera.
If I had a choice again, I would go for the Sony TRV-15, which is a 0-lux rated camera, and also the night vision works properly (although making the image appear green).

But consider the fact that I haven't seen how well the Sony performs at night - so maybe I am just asking for too much when it comes to shooting at night.

3-0 out of 5 stars A step backward.
I've had the 50U for 3+ years and it has never disappointed me. It is compact, rugged and handsome. The 55U is an even more physically attractive update. The quality of the movies is excellent, and the quality of the still pictures is quite good (though not as good as any of the 3+ megapixel cameras available). The drawbacks, as I see them, are the relative expense of the mini DV film and more importantly, the loss of the MultiMediaCards for stills. Now all stills are recorded on the tape, making downloading images to your PC much more complex than with the older model. I think at that price, I'd opt for a camera with removeable media and perhaps image stabilization, such as the 80U.

4-0 out of 5 stars Compact camcorder for a decent price
Though there are now more compact camcorders, I selected JVC because of its price. You will not get a small one for this price. If price is not a serious consideration, you should go for Canon Elura 20MC - it's smaller and handles better. But, hey for me price was important. I got a Firewire port installed in my PC and use Pinnacle's DV Studio to produce movies. It's cool. Make sure you get an additional battery pack. Battery pack product id BN-V514 is 2hrs and BN-V507 is 60 min. Get the additional battery pack or you will regret!

5-0 out of 5 stars ...
...I've had the camera for three months and it's rugged and reliable. I've made several iMovies with it and it works perfectly with my Apple G4. A wonderful camera.

There is no analog input to transfer analog tapes into digital format on this camera, but besides that, it's got great controls, the video quality is excellent. For the size it's got a big impact when creating movies to edit - such as with iMovie.

I recommend this or any of the other JVC models of digital camcorders. ... Read more


184. JVC AV32S575 32" HD-Ready Television
list price: $1,049.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002V241U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
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Amazon.com Product Description

Step into high quality and high style with JVC's I'Art PRO 32-inch AV-32S575 television. This remarkably affordable set offers 480p, 720p, and 1080i image compatibility and a broad, 4:3 aspect-ratio screen and innovative theater-oriented features like DIST (Digital Image Scaling Technology) 1080i and selectable on/off velocity-scan modulation to render detailed, high-contrast images.

New to this model is HD Range DSD (Digital Super Detail) High-End Edge-Correction Circuitry, and Natural Cinema (3:2 pulldown reversal) corrects the problem of blurred edges which may occur when viewing a program originally shot on film (such as motion pictures) or animation. Natural Cinema helps correct conversion errors that occur when film, which is shot at 24 frames-per-second, is broadcast at the television rate of 30 frames-per-second.

For direct hookup with a DTV set-top receiver, the set offers a cutting-edge High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI). HDMI is a lossless, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface to link the set with any compatible audio/video source. HDMI supports standard-definition (SD), enhanced definition (ED), or high-definition (HD) video, plus multi-channel digital audio--all using a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports up to 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements.

HD-capable component-video inputs accept video from DTV receivers or standard and progressive-scan DVD players (among other devices), while S-video and standard RCA composite-video inputs accommodate most other video sources. The set offers a total of 4 audio/video inputs, one of which is built into the front panel so you can hook up a VCR, camcorder, or gaming console. A rear-panel RF input accommodates older VCRs, cable boxes, and antennas. Want to listen through your stereo system? Use the set's stereo, fixed-/variable-level analog-audio outputs.

A multifunction timer turns the TV on and off for you when you're not home or works as an alarm clock or program reminder; a sleep timer saves energy by turning off the set after you've nodded off. Other features include XDS (Extended Data Service) auto clock set with ID and channel display and single-tuner PIP, which lets you view 1 TV station and 1 input source, though please be aware that you can only select a component-video source when the incoming image resolution is 525i.

The set's elliptical stereo speakers are powered by a generous 10 watts each. The AV-32S575 receives not only stereo broadcasts, but Second Audio Programming (or SAP), too, and you always have Advanced Hyper Surround to simulate surround sound from any 2 speakers. BBE High-Definition Audio improves speech intelligibility and restores the dynamic range of compressed musical passages. Smart Sound evens out the program level, preventing huge swings from quiet to loud when your program switches from, say, a movie to a commercial.

What's in the Box
TV, remote control, remote batteries, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Offers 10 watts per channel sound; BBE High-Definition Audio improves speech intelligibility and restores dynamic range
  • Anamorphic 16:9 DVD mode; also offers Cinema Stretch and HD Panorama modes and Natural Cinema 3:2 pulldown reversal
  • 32-inch 1080i high-definition-capable television; 37 x 27 x 22.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • HDMI-HDTV input affords direct-digital connection with a DTV set-top box or other compatible component
  • 16 MEGA 10-bit 3D Y/C comb filter eliminates dot crawl and cross-color interference

185. JVC AV-32D303 32" TV (Silver)
by JVC
list price: $599.95
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Asin: B000066R7K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 39278
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186. JVC AV27D305 27" Stereo TV
list price: $269.99
our price: $239.99
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Asin: B0002V2410
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 29340
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Features

  • 27" Diagonal Full Square Dark Tinted Picture Tube
  • 3-Line Digital Comb Filter
  • Component Video Input
  • Illuminated Universal Remote with TV,VCR and DVD Control Capability
  • 600 Lines Horizontal Resolution

187. JVC XV-S45GD DVD Player (Gold)
list price: $249.95
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Asin: B00005NCWF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 50082
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

This JVC XV-S45 introduces a new slim design for a "all-in-one" player that people are looking for. Not only does it play DVD and CD; it also plays the new CD-R and CD-RW recordable CD formats. Don't let the slim design fool you, the XV-S45 is packed with many exciting features such as three theater positions, 3-D Phonic sound, variable and slow search, zoom, digest and strobe play, angle list and resume function. Fiber optic and co-axial digital audio outputs with Dolby Digital and DTS pass-through are provided for easy connection to any system. ... Read more

Features

  • Optical and coaxial digital outputs
  • Stylish gold finish
  • 3D-Phonic technology offers 3-dimensional virtual surround sound from 2 channels
  • DVD player with DVD, VCD, CD, CD-R/RW playback
  • Universal AV remote control

Reviews (11)

1-0 out of 5 stars Pure JUNK
I had this piece of junk for three months and it wouldn't work. I took it to the local authrorized repair shop and they told me it would cost $... to be fixed, it needed a new lazer. Labor not included in warrantee.

Got it home still didn't work. Contacted JVC who gave me a secret reset code to fix the problem. STILL DOESN'T WORK.

Ended up cost me $... for a piece of junk.

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2-0 out of 5 stars Nice unit, but mine broke after less than a year
I really liked this unit when I purchased it.Especially with all of the different formats that it will read.However, in the last month or so, the unit has begun to freeze at random points on almost any DVD I use.The only way to "un-freeze" it is to literally unplug the unit.This usually occurs 30 minutes to an hour into the DVD.I originally though it may have to do with the heat generated by the unit and the rest of the A/V equipment, but even after I moved it out of the cabinet and into a well ventilated area, it still freezes.The unit did not seem warm to the touch either.I used to be a diehard JVC fan, but after this issue and issues I had with my JVC A/V receiver, I have switched to Onkyo and Sony.Good luck!

4-0 out of 5 stars Not bad at all
This is a great DVD player. It has everything you need, at a price you can't beat. It's such a good buy. It's easy to set up and easy to use. A great first DVD player for anyone who is thinking of getting a DVD player. I wouldn't use it on my HDTV home theater, but if you just want something simple that looks great, this is the one. It has good sound and picture for the price. Haven't had any problems with it, what can I say I love it. It was cool.

Big Truck

2-0 out of 5 stars Didn't find it up to standards...
I'm returning mine because of two reasons:
1.There is a very slight pause when playing movies.It's only about 1/2 to 1 second, but it's annoying.

2.(this is why I'm returning it) after I used the 60x fast forward, then hit play, it played just faster than normal.It worked ok when I turned the unit off then on again.Problem is that I shouldn't have to do this.

Yes, these are minor things, but these are the things I wish I would have known before I dropped 2 bills for it.

5-0 out of 5 stars JVC DVD Player under $)? You bet, and it's GREAT!!!
...I have to say I'm pleased with this unit is and under statement...it's sleek and a handsome unit.The remote (which lets face it...to us guys will be held more then our spouses) is comfortable and easy to read (again for us guys) and easy to use (a major plus) and handles the unit great. The picture is nothing less then Fantastic with a 'THEATER POSITION' buyton on the remote to change the visual settings and it does a great job of setting he mood for some pictures...you don't want Shrek and Hannibal on the same playing field.Then you have the sound quailty which again is top notch, and also has different settings called '3D PHONICS' which emulates a home theater sound on a 2 speaker TV...and it too works quite well.Overall if you are looking to buy and you can skip past the savings of a APEX, MINTECH, or any of the other cheaper brands, pony up a little extra and spend it on a unit that will last you years to come. So all in all Great Unit that screams for a Home Theater System....and you wont regret spending the extra ($) on.Thanks! ... Read more


188. JVC RX-DV5VSL DVD Player/Receiver Combo (Silver)
list price: $549.95
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Asin: B000065UVN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 111223
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189. JVC MXG50 Compact Stereo System
by JVC
list price: $220.00
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Asin: B00005AVBJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 24828
Average Customer Review: 4.93 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The MX-G50 comes equipped with powerful bi-amplified twin hyper-woofers with level controls, JVC's Super Extended Bass, and 240 watts of output for big audio sound. This compact system also packs some heavy equipment, granting a good deal of versatility to a system of its size.

Its three-disc carousel CD changer comes with play exchange, so you can change discs while another plays. Additional features range from a 32-track programmable CD memory to intro scan and multiple playback modes. CD-R and CD-RW compatibility, a very welcome addition, gives this three-disc CD player the ability to play back your own compilations.

The dual-well, full-logic cassette deck features double auto reverse and synchronized CD recording, which synchs the recording to the CD's start. The MX-G50 also comes with a digital AM/FM tuner and a 45-station memory, providing 30 FM and 15 AM presets.

An optical digital-audio output and live surround-sound modes let you connect this compact stereo with your DVD player to create a cinema-style sound experience. Even when it's playing audio CDs, the surround sound presets produce dance club, hall, and stadium audio effects to custom-enhance your listening. JVC also includes a built-in equalizer with rock, pop, and classical modes, as well as three manual settings.

The MX-G50's audio output of 240 watts, combined with its big bass boost, really pumps up the volume. This unit delivers 40 watts to each of its two main speakers and splits a full 160 watts between two built-in subwoofers. These powerful three-way speakers feature JVC's latest bi-amplified twin hyper woofers with a bass-reflex design in a ported enclosure. Its one-bit digital-to-analog audio converter keeps the audio output clean, and JVC also adds a single analog audio input and output.

With a large, asymmetrical display, illuminated source keys, remote control, and jog dial, this feature-rich system is easy to use and convenient to program. The MX-G50 doesn't miss a beat.

JVC backs the MX-G50 with a one-year warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • 3-CD changer with CD-R/CD-RW compatibility, 32-track programmable memory, and play exchange
  • 240 watts of power with live surround sound modes
  • Optical digital output lets you create home theater system
  • Biamplified twin hyperwoofers and extended superbass
  • Includes illuminated remote control with jog dial

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars No that's not a storm brewing...its the JVC MX-G50!
Can you say bass? This thing comes loaded with 240 watts of power. It has lots of features.The sound is crystal clear and the bass is earthshaking.I was at [local store] and I saw this thing and i went crazy over it. It looks so cool!I tried a CD the store had previously put in the stereo.Then I cranked it up to about 23 and i had the whole store shakin'!People were lookin from the next store to see what it was. They felt them subs. It has 2 Twin Bi-amped Hyper Power-Drive Subwoofers.(its either Hyper Power Drive or G-Max)So i bought it. I still enjoy this thing. I've even added a few things to it. I have connected a pair of JVC Giga Tube MX-GT90 speakers So now I have about 400+ watts of Subwoofer output and the sound is still crystal clear! .So i have my MX-G50 speakers and the MX-GT90 speakers connected.My mom hates this. She cant watch her soap operas if the TV is shaking!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!
This stereo is awsome. I got it for Christmas and I had it set up in no time. In my room, it shakes the walls and the door. Not only are the subwoofers incredible, but also the sound is crystal clear. Some of the features include sepratly controled subwoofer volune, a three CD changer, 2 cassete decks, 30 FM preset stations, and 15 AM preset stations. You can also play both burnable CD's. Tape features include CD synchro recording, dubbing, and full-logic control. There are also 6 different sound modes: D- Club: increases bass and treble, stadium: spreads sound out like an outdoor stadium, hall: adds depth and richness to the music, rock: good for rock music, pop: good for pop music, and classic; good for clasical music.

Recomendations: Dont have the subwoofers on vulume 4 while the regular volume is on or past 15 (I don't think it is good for the subwoofers.)

If your looking for a stereo that has good sound, good features, and is perfect for bedrooms (that's where I have mine,) look no further than this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars There's nothing mini about this system
I love this stero!!! The sound is so full and rich, there is no crackling on these 240 watts and 2 subwoofers. I have never heard anything sound so awesome for what I paid for. It is definatley a good investment, you will get your money's worth.

5-0 out of 5 stars Big Sound
Somewhat bigger then I thought. I was expecting a "boom box" this is definitly not a boom box. Straight forward hookup with complete controls and the sound is terrific. Best [money] I have ever spent on Audio equipment. I highly recommend it for any room in your home although it does have a 'Space Age' appearance. I thought of the control deck of the Space Shuttle.

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm the envy of my friends!
The lights, the amazing sound, and the simplicity of the controls make this a fantastic stereo. My bedroom has turned into a dance club as the walls and windows shake with every beat. My mom looked and researched for months before buying the JVC MXG50 which was also rated a best buy in a popular Consumer magazine. I had a much more expensive stereo in my room until the cd player started to act up. No comparison to the JVC MXG50!
I just love it! ... Read more


190. JVC GR-DVL500U Digital Camcorder
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00004TG53
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 8379
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Whether you're recording your vacation, your children, or any event, theultracompact JVC GR-DVL500U digital cybercam offers a wide range of features tohelp you take the best shots. Not only does it act as a regular camcorder, butit can also function as a digital still camera. The still images are stored onthe digital videotape and can be downloaded onto your PC via the provided serialcable. The included software provides a short editing process to make yourimages Web ready or e-mail compliant.

This JVC digital cybercam offers a highlevel of picture and sound quality. A 680,000-pixel CCD delivers outstandingresolution, and with the swiveling color LCD monitor, the camcorder can beoperated from any angle. For important close-up shots, the 250x digital zoomprovides fast zooming at variable speeds by finger pressure.

This camcorderoffers a large selection of digital effects and scene transitions. Exercise yourcreativity with effects like classic film, strobe, slow shutter, black andwhite, and many more. A random assemble editing feature provides an eight-scenememory for favorite scenes as well as the ability to add special effects. TheJVC GR-DVL500U digital cybercam also includes playback zoom for enhancedviewing.

The JVC GR-DVL500U is fully compatible with your PC computer. Itincludes a serial cable and digital output link. Other accessories include ahandgrip strap, audio-video output cable, editing cable, DC adapter, cleaningcloth, AC adapter/battery charger, remote control, and docking station. ... Read more

Features

  • High-resolution MiniDV digital format
  • 3-inch swivel color LCD monitor
  • Also functions as digital still camera
  • 10x optical, 250x digital zoom
  • Includes special effects and scene transitions

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
This is a great product! It's lightweight, durable and very easy to use. You can add neat effects to what you are filming and can edit them using the software included. One very small yet a flaw none the less is that I can't find any more batteries for the camcorder and I'm stuck with one that doesn't last very long if you're constantly using it. All in all this is a great product that I'd highly recommend.

5-0 out of 5 stars A good investment for vacations and family recording
I bought this camcorder 2 months ago. I have barely used it, but when I do I get great images and superb sound. This would be great with a computer (in which I do not have). I have plugged it in to my television for editing and playback. A good product for family use. Birthday parties, Holidays, and special occasions can all be recorded. This is the top of the line in technology with MINI DV.

4-0 out of 5 stars Just bought 505U
I just bought this camera's successor, the JVC GR-DVL505U. It arrived yesterday, and it seems like a great product! I really only tried taking some basic shots and importing them into the PC, but I have high hopes for some great online home video in the future!

P.S. I found the camera online for($) -- With accessories it came out to about the same price most major stores list it as.

4-0 out of 5 stars If you want a great , portable mini-dv, then this is the one
I just got back from a 3 week romp in europe and this camera did more than I expected, light and very compact. JVC also provide the user with everything you'll need to begin and the charger is dual voltage so just buy the adapter ... and just go. Picture quality is Awesome, but the still are not to good, I really should read the instructions maybe I'm missing somthing.

5-0 out of 5 stars EASY TO USE
This camcorder is very easy to use and produces excellent digital video along with stills to be downloaded to your computer. Great investemnt I love it. ... Read more


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