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21. JVC XL-MC2000 200-CD Changer
$249.99 list($449.95)
22. JVC RX-DV31SL DVD Player/Receiver
$268.95 list($329.99)
23. JVC TH-M303 Home Theater System
$489.88 list($699.99)
24. JVC TH-M606 Integrated Home Theater
Too low to display $749.00 list($1,399.95)
25. JVC HRDVS3U Mini-DV/S-VHS Combo(Silver
$259.88 list($449.95)
26. JVC DSTP582 DVD Home Theater System
$349.99 list($699.99)
27. JVC GRD230 MiniDV Digital Camcorder
$749.99 $595.00 list($999.00)
28. JVC DRMH30S DVD Recorder with
Too low to display $165.00 list($219.99)
29. JVC FS-S77 DVD Audio/Video Microsystem
$164.99 $156.99 list($199.99)
30. JVC TD-W354BK Dual Cassette Deck
$64.88 list($129.95)
31. JVC RCEX30 Portable AM / FM /
$500.00
32. JVC LT-17X475 17" LCD TV
$449.99 $449.88 list($499.99)
33. JVC GRDX307 MiniDV Digital Camcorder
$530.00 list($799.99)
34. JVC GRDX95 Pocket Camcorder with
$1,299.95 list($1,499.95)
35. JVC GR-X5 5MP 3-CCD Camcorder
$538.94 $379.00 list($599.99)
36. JVC GRD93 MiniDV Digital Camcorder
Too low to display $2,595.99 list($3,499.99)
37. JVC HD52Z575 52" D-ILA Rear-Projection
$129.99 $99.99 list($179.00)
38. JVC XVN512SL DVD Player ( Silver
$116.24 list($120.00)
39. JVC XL-FZ158BK 5-CD Changer
$219.99 list($249.99)
40. JVC AV-27530 27" Stereo TV

21. JVC XL-MC2000 200-CD Changer
list price: $200.00
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Asin: B00005B99R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 2394
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This 200-CD mega-changer will keep the music playing long past bed time. Favorite discs will be right at your fingertips with the help of a full-function remote, a jog/shuttle dial, and three flexible playback modes. With this monster mega-changer you can listen continuously and repeatedly, program up to 32 tracks or discs to play in sequence, and shuffle randomly through all tracks or discs.

And with 200 CDs to draw from, that's a lot of music, any way you cut it. The play exchange feature makes it easy to swap out up to 25 discs while one is playing. You can listen in days-long stretches (turn it on and let it go) or in shorter, programmed bursts (say, only favorite titles from a favorite artist or composer).

The shiny sliding door to the disc bay evokes a miniature bay window. Every disc slot is clearly numbered and the carousel itself rotates left or right at your whim, courtesy of the jog/shuttle dial. Select "Disc" and the shuttle knob rotates the carousel to add or remove discs. Select "Track" and the knob lets you scroll through a given disc to find the track you want. Press "Eject" and the disc playing spins around to the front and juts out from the rest of the collection for easy removal.

Resume picks up playback from the last track played, and an optical digital output fosters easy connection with a surround receiver or a digital recording device such as a CD or minidisc recorder. The unit has standard RCA analog-audio outputs as well, and JVC's enhanced COMPU LINK Control System greatly simplifies operation when the receiver is used in concert with other JVC equipment. ... Read more

Features

  • 200-disc file-type CD changer with multi-jog dial for disc/track selection
  • Play exchange lets you swap up to 25 discs while 1 is playing
  • Resume, repeat, and program play across all 200 discs (32-track or -disc programming)
  • Optical digital-audio output lets you hook the player up with a surround receiver or CD/minidisc recorder
  • Includes direct-access remote control

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Buy this one!
I bought this JVC to replace my old Optimus 5 CD changer. WOW, what a difference!

This unit holds all my CD's plus room for a few extras. It is easy load the CD's because it has each slot numbered. The remote control is not too complicated to figure out. Also, it comes with a handy binder to hold the CD pamplets and stickers to place on each page so that you know exactly which number CD to choose.

1-0 out of 5 stars Skip, skip, skip
This was my first experience with a mega-changer. Though my son found it relatively easy to program, I couldn't see the markings well enough to do so. And after about a month, it began to skip. First I thought it was dust or user error. Then it started to skip more often. After another month, it would play the first CD, then skip, skip, skip. I took it to an authorized JVC repair place in November and it's been there ever since. "It has problems," to quote the repair person.

5-0 out of 5 stars My first experiance with a mega-cd changer
I bought this model chiefly because the older 334 was discontinued. But I was not dissapointed. There is one key thing about this unit, simplicity. It may not have CD text, a keyboard port, or look very flashy but it does just what I need it to do. It is also very easy to use and control, mostly because of the three different playback modes(continuous, one-disc, and program). The output is decent and the disc access is relatively quick, and for some reason, the noise from the rotary spinning doesn't bother me that much. If there is one drawback, however, its loading the discs(or rather, preparing the unit to load the discs.) I found it a little difficult to get it to go in the loading/unloading position. But that was the only cutback I found. In all, its a great unit and a perfect component to the rest of my audio system.

5-0 out of 5 stars Keeps your disks and the track play lists well organized.
Mine came with a handy little binder/folder with 200 transparent sheet windows to organize the liner notes booklets which come packaged inside CD's. This lets you remember what disk is in which slot and which track has which tune, and lets you keep all this info stored in one place (in the binder/folder). Very handy.

The unit works hard all the time for couple of years, no problems, seems rugged, and is easy to use, especially the large jog shuttle dial to advance the turntable very fast from 1 to 200.

All your music ready to play! All your liner notes ready to read!

After I aquire more then 200 CD's, I'll just buy another one of these :)

5-0 out of 5 stars When you can't pick what to listen to, let it pick for you!
I've got enough CDs that it's become hard to decide what to listen to. I know whether I want something upbeat or soothing, but not precisely what to listen to. This has helped immensely. I bought one and put all my best upbeat stuff in it, and now I just turn it on, hit random, and let it suprise me. I enjoy it so much that I came back and bought two more, one for soothing, "fall asleep to" music, and the other for inspirational music. P.S.-You don't have to be able to completely fill it to use random, thus leaving ample room for further additions. ... Read more


22. JVC RX-DV31SL DVD Player/Receiver (Silver)
list price: $449.95
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Asin: B000093USS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 11016
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Simplify and consolidate. If complicated hookups get you down and your home electronics are starting to take up too much space, JVC's RX-DV31SL combination DVD player and audio/video surround receiver might just be music to your ears... and eyes. The unit offers broad format compatibility--from standard DVDs to MP3 music and JPEG image CDs to high-resolution music from DVD-Audio titles--as well as high power, delivering a full 100 watts per channel to your existing stereo and/or surround-sound speaker system.

Most movies are stored on DVD at the rate of 24 frames per second. JVC's Digital Direct Progressive-Scan feature uses 3:2 pulldown detection to convert film-based DVDs into double density--60 frames per second--progressive-scan images for display on a high-definition or HD-ready television. The result is natural, smooth images with less noise and higher resolution. A single, ultra-high-performance chip featuring Adaptive Geometrical Chroma Mapping performs AV decoding for the system.

On the audio side, you get Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround passthrough and decoding, as well as Dolby Pro Logic II processing, which creates 5.1-channel signals from any stereo source. JVC includes a Digital Acoustics Processor (DAP) with 4 preset sound fields to digitally recreate the acoustics of specific concert venues, which you can use to enhance music or video programs of your selection.

Using quick speaker setup, just tell the receiver the number of speakers you're using and your room size, and the receiver will route your audio to the appropriate speaker and delay the output as needed to ensure time-aligned audio at your listening position.

DVD-Audio offers super high-fidelity (192 kHz/24-bit) sound. DVD-Audio music discs provide multichannel and stereo sound, incredible storage capacity, and unique bonus materials not available on regular audio CDs.

The receiver's Audio Position feature lets you set the subwoofer level for both 5.1- and 2-channel playback so you can enjoy one setting for a DVD's ".1" LFE (low-frequency effects) signal and another when you simply wish to extend the low-frequency response of your stereo listening system, as for enhanced music playback. ... Read more

Features

  • Integrated DVD-Video/DVD-Audio player and full-featured A/V surround receiver with 100 watts per channel x 5
  • Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel passthrough and decoding; Dolby Pro Logic generates 5.1 signals from any stereo source
  • Progressive-scan video out with 3:2 pulldown for seamless, frame-accurate images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs and monitors
  • Plays DVD-R, MP3 CD, JPEG image CD; multibrand A/V glow remote operates most cable boxes, VCRs, TVs, and satellite receivers
  • Measures 17.2 x 3.9 x 15.9 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars nice integrated receiver
It is too early to make detailed comments but seems to be working fine. It seems hot to touch after a while (but aren't all receivers like this)? Their mp3 supports 32 chars but no ID3 tag display. picture quality looks good on my analog TV. I like the fact that they give both optical and coaxial digital inputs for your game console, satellite etc (most integrated units have none or just the optical input). The sound quality is good through my Athena speakers, but I could attribute it to the quality of speakers. The speaker holes are too small for the 16 gauge cable I bought. I somehaow managed to cram it in. It provides 5 channel stereo for your music collection, (I guess an upgrade from their previous integrated model). Plays home made DVDs effortlessly. nice package for only $270. ... Read more


23. JVC TH-M303 Home Theater System with 5-Disc DVD Player
list price: $329.99
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Asin: B0002F8U00
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 6679
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Amazon.com Product Description

Save space while infusing your living room, dorm, or den with a serious shot of style and high-quality audio/video performance. JVC's 5-disc TH-M303 home theater system delivers top-of-the-line progressive-scan video and world-class sound from high-resolution DVD-Audio discs, which feature your favorite albums specially mixed to take advantage of discrete, multichannel surround sound. The system's specially designed surround speakers use JVC's omnidirectional construction, making any room an optimal space for enjoying your movies and music in rich, enveloping surround sound.

The 720-watt (total) system supports most popular optical disc formats, including DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, DVD-RW, DVD-R, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, SVCD, VCD, MP3 CD, JPEG image CD, and WMA/MPEG-4 CD. DVD-Audio offers super high-fidelity (192 kHz/24-bit) sound. DVD-Audio discs provide multichannel and stereo sound, incredible storage capacity, and unique bonus materials not available on regular audio CDs.

JVC's omnidirectional surround speaker feature a driver design that aims midrange and high (treble) frequencies upward and outward in all horizontal directions, covering a much wider area than conventional forward-firing speakers. JVC did extensive research into technologies and designs for the speakers, which now deliver a broad, spacious soundfield to complement the action onscreen. Key to this design is a diffuser that disperses sound, which reflects back from walls and ceilings, similar to what you'd experienced in a surround-equipped movie theater.

Another JVC technology, Smart Surround Setup, makes it easy to set the speaker levels and delay times for your primary listening position. You simply make a sound, such as a hand clap, from your desired listening position, and a built-in microcomputer automatically sets the system sound levels and delay times for optimum multichannel performance.

At the core of the system is a low-profile DVD receiver with a 5-disc changer. It offers the latest image-enhancing benefits, including a 10-bit/54 MHz video digital-to-analog converter (DAC) for detailed images. If, now or later, you're using a high-definition or HD-ready TV or monitor, you'll appreciate the system's Digital Direct Progressive Scan output, which delivers a seamless, flicker-free image closer to what you see in theaters than standard interlaced outputs can produce.

For audiophiles, onboard 192 kHz/24-bit audio DACs maximize the capabilities of DVD-Audio discs as well as more common PCM stereo and Dolby Digital/DTS audio tracks. Dolby Pro Logic II generates 5.1-channel sound from any stereo (2-channel) source, including your MP3 files.

The system's front left/right speakers are powered by a hefty 125 watts per channel, while the center and surround speakers receive 115 watts apiece. The subwoofer drives home your movies' low-frequency effects with 125 watts and a 6-inch cone woofer.

With a redesigned drive mechanism and new algorithms for media identification and parameter optimization, JVC's Express Start feature will deliver the first scene of a movie onscreen in just under 4 seconds (with single-layer discs). JVC's laser pickup offers superior resistance to mistracking resulting from disc warpage and other damage. JVC has developed a new and even higher-performance pickup, officially named "Rolling Pickup," which follows wandering tracks and plays warped discs with impeccable precision.

Other features include analog audio inputs to accommodate a VCR, plus a digital-audio input for a digital satellite receiver. Three video outputs--component-video, S-video, and composite-video--guarantee compatibility with any currently available television or monitor. You also get a high-performance radio tuner with 15 AM and 30 FM station presets, a headphone output for private listening, a choice of 3 onscreen languages (English, French, or Spanish), Express Play start (to bypass DVD menus and get right to your movie), and a multi-brand TV/VCR remote control with a sliding lid. ... Read more

Features

  • Complete home theater system with integrated surround receiver/DVD player, a multichannel speaker system and 720 watts total system power
  • 5-disc changer spins DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, MP3/WMA CD, MPEG-4 CD, and JPEG image CD for custom slideshows from your digital photos
  • 5 satellite speakers and a standalone subwoofer; surround speakers use JVC's omnidirectional dispersion for spacious surround effects
  • Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 processing; Dolby Pro Logic II converts stereo sources to 5.1; offers FM/AM tuner with 45 station presets
  • Express Start DVD playback goes right to your movie

24. JVC TH-M606 Integrated Home Theater System
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00021MX3E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 6276
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Amazon.com Product Description

Make a style statement while turning your living room into a small-scale movie theater with JVC's 5-disc TH-M606 home theater system. The system's specially designed surround speakers use JVC's omnidirectional construction, making any room an optimal space for enjoying your movies and music in rich, enveloping surround sound. The system produces first-rate progressive-scan video and world-class sound from high-resolution DVD-Audio discs, which feature your favorite albums specially mixed to take advantage of discrete, multichannel surround sound.

With a total power output of 1,000 watts--that's 140 watts per each of 5 channels and a stand-alone 300-watt subwoofer--the system has the ability to deliver the full power and impact of the most action-packed Hollywood adventures.

The TH-M606 supports most popular optical disc formats, including DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, DVD-RW, DVD-R, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, SVCD, VCD, MP3 CD, JPEG image CD, and WMA/MPEG-4 CD. DVD-Audio offers super high-fidelity (192 kHz/24-bit) sound, providing both multichannel and stereo sound, incredible storage capacity, and unique bonus materials not available on regular audio CDs.

JVC's omnidirectional surround speakers feature a driver design that aims midrange and high (treble) frequencies upward and outward in all horizontal directions, covering a wider area than conventional, forward-firing speakers. Key to this design is a diffuser that disperses sound, which then reflects back from walls and ceilings, similar to what you'd experience in a surround-equipped movie theater. The system comes with slim, cylindrical, 2-way floor-standing front and rear speakers (with omnidirectional surround speakers), as well as a 2-way, 3-driver center speaker.

The system's powered, bass-reflex subwoofer boasts a 9.875-inch driver--substantially larger than the woofers used in similarly priced systems. The sub houses a large magnet and an ultra-thick, Kevlar-mixed paper cone with a double damper to handle high power. The wood cabinet has 20 liters of internal volume, and its 300-watt digital amplifier is separated from the speaker section to prevent noise caused by signal interference.

Another JVC technology, Smart Surround Setup, makes it easy to set the speaker levels and delay times for your primary listening position. You simply make a sound, such as a hand clap, from your desired listening position, and a built-in microcomputer automatically sets the system sound levels and delay times for optimum multichannel performance.

The system's low-profile DVD receiver and 5-disc changer offers the latest image-enhancing benefits, including a 10-bit/54 MHz video digital-to-analog converter (DAC) for detailed images. If, now or later, you're using a high-definition or HD-ready TV or monitor, you'll appreciate the system's Digital Direct Progressive Scan output, which produces a seamless, flicker-free image closer to what you see in theaters than standard interlaced sources can produce.

For audiophiles, onboard 192 kHz/24-bit audio DACs maximize the capabilities of DVD-Audio discs as well as more common PCM stereo and Dolby Digital/DTS audio tracks. Dolby Pro Logic II generates 5.1-channel sound from any stereo source, including your MP3 files.

With a redesigned drive mechanism and new algorithms for media identification and parameter optimization, Express Start will deliver the first scene of a movie onscreen in just under 4 seconds (with single-layer discs). JVC's laser pickup offers superior resistance to mistracking resulting from disc warpage and other damage. JVC's "Rolling Pickup" follows wandering tracks and plays warped discs with precision.

Other features include analog audio inputs to accommodate a VCR, plus a digital-audio input for a digital satellite receiver. Three video outputs--component-video, S-video, and composite-video--guarantee compatibility with any currently available television or monitor. You also get a radio tuner with 15 AM and 30 FM station presets, a headphone output for private listening, a choice of 3 onscreen languages, and a multi-brand TV/VCR remote control. ... Read more

Features

  • Complete home theater system with integrated surround receiver/DVD player, a multichannel speaker system, and 1,000 watts total system power
  • 5-disc changer spins DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, MP3/WMA CD, MPEG-4 CD, and JPEG image CD for custom slideshows from your digital photos
  • 5 satellite speakers and a standalone subwoofer; surround speakers use JVC's omnidirectional dispersion for spacious surround effects
  • Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 processing; Dolby Pro Logic II converts stereo sources to 5.1; offers FM/AM tuner with 45 station presets
  • Express Start DVD playback goes right to your movie

25. JVC HRDVS3U Mini-DV/S-VHS Combo(Silver )
list price: $1,399.95
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000066R6Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 11129
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

JVC's HR-DVS3U blends MiniDV recording and playback abilities with high-quality S-VHS and standard VHS recording and playback, providing the utmost in flexibility, convenience, and economy. The HR-DVS3U can be used to enjoy MiniDV camcorder cassettes, to perform MiniDV to S-VHS/VHS dubbing, and to perform digital archiving (S-VHS/VHS to MiniDV). You can also use it as a computer peripheral for nonlinear editing.

JVC's DigiPure Technology (with 2 MB frame memory) is a suite of features including Super VHS ET recording with a TBC (Time Base Corrector) that digitally removes jitter from fluctuating video signals to deliver a stable picture, even on old tapes. TBC eliminates color distortion caused by jitter in the color signal, too. You also get PCM digital audio (with MiniDV recording) and hi-fi VHS stereo.

The HR-DVS3U offers front- and rear-panel S-video inputs and two rear-panel S-video outputs. The unit provides 500 lines of horizontal resolution with the DV format and over 400 lines of horizontal resolution with Super VHS. In addition, the system provides easy editing, one-touch dubbing, VCR Plus with cable box control, express programming, and a 1-year/6-event programmable timer. Other cool features include audio dubbing, auto index and index search, and a one-year/12-event timer (six events each for MiniDV and S-VHS/VHS). ... Read more

Features

  • Combination MiniDV and high-resolution Super VHS and VHS player/recorder
  • Pro-Cision 19-micron heads for the clearest possible picture when recording or viewing in EP (extended-play) mode
  • DigiPure Technology with time base corrector and 2MB frame memory for maximum noise reduction and video processing quality
  • PCM digital audio (DV) and hi-fi VHS stereo
  • VCR Plus+ with "Cable Eye" cable box controller

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Wouldn't buy it again
I would never buy this product again, and would never recommend it to anyone who desires a "professional" look from his or her work or who has a semi-professional workflow.

• Importing video from the HR-DVS3U into Final Cut Pro produces video that is full of audio and video (especially video) artifacts that are definitely not present in the source tape.

• The MiniDV deck will not take input from Final Cut Pro; i.e. there is no "printing to video," or even playback to video. After spending nearly $1000 on this deck, I still have to put my edited video on tape using the Canon XL-1 as my recording deck.

• The deck does not serve as an analog-to-digital mediator between an external source, or even its SVHS deck, and Final Cut Pro. In order to capture video from an analog source, you have to 1) record it to SVHS, 2) dub the SVHS to MiniDV, and 3) capture from MiniDV using the FireWire out to your computer. This is a process, that, with most MiniDV decks, you can complete with only one step (step 3) because the FireWire output has a switch that allows you to deliver to the computer informatioin that it converts from an auxiliary input device. I understand that this product is far less expensive than most other DVD decks, but it is obviously capable of analog-to-digital conversion because it is possible to go directly from SVHS to MiniDV. How much of a stretch would it be to allow conversion from an auxiliary source, or to allow real-time data streaming from the analog-to-digital device through the FireWire to the computer, rather than to necessitate real-time duplication to MiniDV as a precursor? If I am wrong about how much this upgrade would cost, I'd say it's worth the extra expense to pay an extra $1000-$1500 to save yourself the headaches, if that is possible.

• Two months after receiving this deck, I tried for the first time to dub from MiniDV to SVHS. The MiniDV would begin to play, and immediately stop and display a blue screen instructing me to use a cleaner cassette. I had used the deck less than six times prior to this.

• The controls, the remote, and the display are hopelessly chintsy.

It hurts to think that, for many of us, this deck is the only affordable option. I plan to send my deck back now that I have read the above reviews and realize that I have a good case to make. I've remained anonymous on this post 'cause you never know who reads.

1-0 out of 5 stars Do not buy this deck
I would never buy this product again, and would never recommend it to anyone who desires a "professional" look from his or her work or who has a semi-professional workflow.

• Importing video from the HR-DVS3U into Final Cut Pro produces video that is full of audio and video (especially video) artifacts that are definitely not present in the source tape.

• The MiniDV deck will not take input from Final Cut Pro; i.e. there is no "printing to video," or even playback to video. After spending nearly $1000 on this deck, I still have to put my edited video on tape using the Canon XL-1 as my recording deck.

• The deck does not serve as an analog-to-digital mediator between an external source, or even its SVHS deck, and Final Cut Pro. In order to capture video from an analog source, you have to 1) record it to SVHS, 2) dub the SVHS to MiniDV, and 3) capture from MiniDV using the FireWire out to your computer. This is a process, that, with most MiniDV decks, you can complete with only one step (step 3) because the FireWire output has a switch that allows you to deliver to the computer informatioin that it converts from an auxiliary input device. I understand that this product is far less expensive than most other DVD decks, but it is obviously capable of analog-to-digital conversion because it is possible to go directly from SVHS to MiniDV. How much of a stretch would it be to allow conversion from an auxiliary source, or to allow real-time data streaming from the analog-to-digital device through the FireWire to the computer, rather than to necessitate real-time duplication to MiniDV as a precursor? If I am wrong about how much this upgrade would cost, I'd say it's worth the extra expense to pay an extra $1000-$1500 to save yourself the headaches, if that is possible.

• Two months after receiving this deck, I tried for the first time to dub from MiniDV to SVHS. The MiniDV would begin to play, and immediately stop and display a blue screen instructing me to use a cleaner cassette. I had used the deck less than six times prior to this.

• The controls, the remote, and the display are hopelessly chintsy.

It hurts to think that, for many of us, this deck is the only affordable option. I plan to send my deck back now that I have read the above reviews and realize that I have a good case to make. I've remained anonymous on this post 'cause you never know who reads.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing, convenient, top quality.
I own JVC camcorder, so know nothing about compatibility issues with Canon or Sony, but as for me this machine and at this price is a dream. I got mine from B&H and I can't be happier. Quality is amazing. The JVC equipment is very gooood! Everything works flawless no problems of any kind at all. I overall was very pleased with JVC quality and creativity. Well done device.

1-0 out of 5 stars it just doesn't work w/Canon XL1 tapes
i shoot miniDV on a CanonXL1, and this deck just won't play the tapes without introducing artifacts every 45 seconds or so.

on the other hand, it makes a great parking block for my Audi, albeit an expensive one.

i would NOT buy this product if you aquire images on Canon or Sony cameras, as (by all indications) it'll perform as well as President Bush articulates (ie: it won't).

1-0 out of 5 stars JVC tech admits product is not compatible with sony or canon
They will however, blame it on sony and canon and insist they are right. I was told to go buy JVC camcorders to make it work right. I use a TRV 900 and a Canon XL1s , my tapes play fine out of cameras but i cant use JVC deck to do anything mini dv because it introduces glitches and dropped frames into video.
They know this is a problem and dont have any solutions for it. When I call they come up with ways to tell me Im using the product wrong. They have had my deck and sample tapes I provided them for over a month and havent decided what to do. ... Read more


26. JVC DSTP582 DVD Home Theater System (Silver)
list price: $449.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000093US6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 2242
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The JVC DSTP582 home theater system brings full-bodied sound into your living room at a moderate price. Equipped with a progressive-scan DVD player, a powerful receiver (100 watts x 5, plus 100-watt subwoofer), five matching satellite speakers, and a 6-inch subwoofer, the system enriches your movies and music with thundering audio and a sharp, crisp picture. The satellite speakers, each featuring a minicube design with cloth grilles, are magnetically shielded to prevent video interference.

The system incorporates many of the premier features of home theater technology, including progressive scan, which produces a better picture by completely scanning each movie frame (rather than interlacing frames), and compatibility with Dolby Digital, DTS, and Pro Logic II formats. The DSTP582 also employs discrete audio channels for superior audio, along with JVC's exclusive digital acoustic processor, which enables the receiver to digitally re-create the acoustic environments of live performances. JVC's CompuLink feature enhances compatibility, letting you hook up other JVC products and operate them via the TV.

Other features include an AM/FM tuner with 45 presets (15 AM and 30 FM), a fluorescent display, and complete bass and treble controls. The system connects to other components via the two digital inputs (one optical and one coaxial), dual composite and S-video inputs and outputs, a component-video output, and four audio inputs. Setup is quick and easy thanks to the color-coded speaker wire and easy-to-understand instructions. The system comes with a multibrand remote and carries a two-year warranty on the receiver and speakers, with a one-year warranty on DVD parts and 90 days on the DVD labor.

What's in the Box
DVD player, receiver with AM/FM tuner, five satellite speakers, 6-inch subwoofer, speaker cables, remote control, user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Home theater system with receiver, AM/FM tuner, progressive-scan DVD player, 5 satellite speakers, and subwoofer
  • Decoding for Dolby Digital, DTS, and Pro Logic II
  • Compatible with DVD-Audio, DVD-Video, CD, CD-R/RW, DVD-R, MP3, and JPEG formats
  • 2 digital inputs (coaxial and optical), 2 composite-video inputs and outputs, 2 S-video inputs and outputs, 1 component output, and 4 audio inputs
  • 600 watts of total system power (100 watts x 5, plus 100-watt subwoofer)

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Just what the doctor ordered.
For years I've been watching movies with the TV's speaker -- which is mono. Here's why I picked this unit:

* Digital inputs. This was crucial.
* Powered subwoofer.
* 600w output. It's in a small room, but I wanted room to grow
* When I bought it, there was free shipping -- at 50-70 pounds, surround systems cost a ton to ship.

I hooked it up, and it sounds incredible! I'm probably only using about a third of the power it can put out, but even so, explosions rock the house... Dialog is crisp and music sounds full and rich. Setup was a breeze; the wires are color coded, and the manual gets you up and running quickly.

Another bonus is the DVD player -- I already had one (an Apex from Amazon), but this is a great little unit. It puts out beautiful progressive-scan pictures. You can fast-forward at incredible speed (I think the top is 120x). Best of all, it has a 1.5x ffw speed that plays sound without distorting it (it doesn't get high-pitched). So if you were in a hurry maybe you could watch a DVD faster that way. :)

All in all, an awesome unit.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great unit for the $$$
I bought this and have been quite satisfied. I bought it cause i have had such great luck with jvc products and own others that i can link together.

Sound is execptional for small speakers. Saving Private Ryan sounds like your there on omaha beach.

Only thing i had trouble with was a setting to activate the optical input from a default setting for the cd player, to be active on the dvd player. once its done everythings just great. ... Read more


27. JVC GRD230 MiniDV Digital Camcorder w/10x Optical Zoom
list price: $699.99
our price: $349.99
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Asin: B0001B86G8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 29
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The features of the compact, versatile GRD230 are accessible right out of the box. The record button is right under yourthumb, and the digital still shutter button is exactly where your index finger comes to rest on top of the unit. Playback and mode functions are likewise clearly marked and easy to reach under the flip-out LCD screen. The camcorder's well-thought-out design manifests itself in a dozen other thoughtful details as well. One of our favorites is that closing theLCD screen turns the power off, and opening it turns it on, which facilitates quick-draw shooting and means you'll be unlikely to run down the battery accidentally.

Turn the camcorder on and off simply by closing and opening the LCD screen.
Which is all well and good, but how's the image fidelity? Decent to excellent. Daylight, of course, provides the most vibrant colors and the sharpest contours. But we found that even indoors, under the kind of fluorescent lighting you mightfind at, say, the offices of a Seattle-based online retailer, the video quality is surprisingly good. One thing the GRD230 does extremely well--and this is not a feature JVC calls out--is take sharp close-ups. We could see clear detail from as close as 5 centimeters away. Image stabilization is among the best we have ever seen: zoom in on a detail across the room, and the picture is as steady as if the camera had been mounted on a tripod.

One of the big draws of the GRD230 is the SD memory card slot that lets you take digital stills(the unit includes an 8 MB card, but you will almost certainly want to get a higher-capacity card as soon as possible).All the power of the 10x zoom lens is also available in still mode (forget about the advertised 500x "digital" zoom, whi ch is nothing but a cropping mechanism), and there is almost no shutter lag. Plus, the GRD230 does close-ups as well in still image mode as it does in video mode.

Freakishly good close-ups.
(Actual still picture taken with the GRD230 --
See full-sized image.)
The twin white LED auto-lights are a nice touch, even if their power is not overwhelming. The LEDs come on automaticallywhenever light is low (you can override this manually) but drain battery power at about a tenth the rate of conventional lights. Power management in general is something the GRD230 does very well indeed. An entire day of intermittent shooting on one charge proved to be no problem.

We do have a few complaints. Automatic mode is not as automatic as it might be; we had to manually adjust the brightness on a few occasions. Transmission to a PC via the USB cord required the installation of drivers from the included CD-ROM. (Isn't the U in "USB" supposed to stand for "universal"? Why do some cameras require a special driver and other s don't?) Also, the shape of the camera body, with its round hump, rather suspiciously makes the GRD230 look like a DVD camcorder. JVC isn't trying to fool anyone, are they? No matter: DVD or no DVD, you would be hard pressed to find anything at this price even approaching the quality and features of this tidy little unit. --David Stoesz

Pros

  • Compact, intuitive design
  • Decent image quality
  • SD card slot for digital stills
  • Excellent image stabilization
Cons
  • Shaped deceptively like a DVD camcorder
  • LED lights have a very limited range
  • USB connection requires installation of cumbersome software
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Features

  • Ultra-compact MiniDV camcorder and still camera with 1.33-megapixel CCD
  • 10x optical zoom lens (digital zoom to 500x) and image stabilizer
  • Crystal View rotating 2.5-inch High Resolution LCD, to reduce glare and reflections from the LCD screen
  • Illumi-Light: Built-in Auto light using twin LED lights for 1/10th the power consumption
  • BN-V408U 800 mAh Lithium-ion, high-capacity, rechargeable battery pack; camera has built-in battery charger

28. JVC DRMH30S DVD Recorder with 160 GB Hard Drive (Silver)
list price: $999.00
our price: $749.99
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Asin: B0002V240G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 11486
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JVC's DR-MH30S combination DVD recorder/player and hard-disk recorder provides extraordinary home-entertainment versatility. The sleek, 2.8-inch-high deck permits flexible on-disc editing with DVD-RAM and DVD-RW media and easy, digital-to-digital dubbing of high-quality MPEG-2 images, including high-speed dubbing (DVD-RAM: 3x normal speed; DVD-RW: 2x; DVD-R: 4x)--and all with no ungainly component stacking or complicated hookups.

The built-in hard drive boasts a whopping 160 GB of storage space, holding up to 204 hours of audio/video programming--that's more than 8 solid days' worth of quality shows, an ideal tool for time-shifted viewing and temporarily storage before you evaluate and archive only the programs you want to long-lasting DVD.

The DR-MH30S can pause a live recording, and it provides several simultaneous recording and playback options: recording on the hard disk while playing back from the hard disk or DVD, or recording on DVD while playing back from the hard disk. Not to be overlooked is a fail-safe recording feature during DVD recording that automatically moves an entire program to the hard disk should the program run longer than the DVD's available space.

The deck's Super MPEG Encode Pre-Processor is a 3-step process that takes place before MPEG-2 encoding of the input signal. A time-base corrector eliminates jitter, a frame synchronizer provides frame normalization, and Motion Active Noise Reduction provides a clearer image than with conventional frame noise reduction, such as 3D noise reduction, by way of an algorithm that predicts motion, which the recorder applies between moving pictures to minimize image lag.

The Super MPEG Post-Processor enhances playback image quality through block noise-reduction circuitry, Color DigiPure (which provides 3D noise reduction along with color and detail enhancement), and Hadamard noise reduction (to eliminate mosquito noise).

Editing using the DR-MH30S is a snap, thanks to its navigation system with thumbnail images. Editing from the hard disk to DVD is as simple as creating a playlist, and the thumbnails make it easy to find the desired scenes. Dubbing is just as easy: just select the desired scenes and press "OK".

Convenience features include live memory, which allows fast forwarding, rewinding and slow replay during recording (DVD-RAM only), and DVD Navigation, which can accommodate information about 1,300 recorded programs, including disc number, title, and other details. Load a disc and DVD Navigation will display a thumbnail of recorded programs so you can easily identify content, and the player will even animate the thumbnail images, with sound, when you select them with the cursor.

Other features include quick skip for skipping 30 seconds forward, instant/1-touch replay (which replays the last 7 seconds viewed), natural reverse playback, and a multi-brand remote control. Connections include an i.Link/DV input for your digital camcorder; front and rear S-video and composite-video inputs; component-, S-video and composite-video outputs; a front-panel audio input; and digital-audio outputs (1 each optical/coaxial) alongside a stereo analog audio output. ... Read more

Features

  • DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD-RAM recorder/player and digital video recorder with 160 GB storage capacity
  • Stores up to 204 hours of audio/video programming; offers 1-year/32-event advance programming and library database DVD navigation
  • Extensive DVD-RAM/DVD-RW on-disc editing features, including auto chapter-thumbnail creation
  • Plays DVD, MP3/WMA audio CD, and JPEG image CD; progressive-scan video outputs for seamless, flicker-free playback
  • Measures 17.1 x 2.8 x 13.8 inches (W x H x D)

29. JVC FS-S77 DVD Audio/Video Microsystem
list price: $219.99
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Asin: B00021MX1G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 11501
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Equipped with a DVD/CD player that plays a variety of popular disc formats, the compact JVC FS-S77 is ideal for space-challenged homes and apartments. The unit measures only 6.31 inches thick--slightly larger than the average CD case--yet still plays DVD-Audio/Video, DVD-RW, CD, Super Video CD, Video CD, CD-R/RW, and MP3 formats. It also reads JPEG and WMA files and displays them on a connected TV screen. The combined features give users a solid home theater system for a moderate price.

The 100-watt system includes such essentials as electronic bass and treble tone controls, a 32-track programming memory, random and repeat play, four preset audio modes (pop, rock, jazz, and classical), a sleep timer, and CD synchro recording when connected to a recording device. The unit displays track information in an easy-to-read LCD window that glows in the dark. The FS-S77's flexibility extends to the tuner, which offers enough memory for 30 FM and 15 AM stations.

The FS-S77 is designed as a standalone unit, though it does include a front auxiliary input and a headphone jack. The dual full-range bass reflex speakers (50 watts x 2) each feature a 25-watt woofer and 25-watt tweeter to deliver rich, full-bodied sound.

What's in the Box
Main unit, 2 speakers, speaker cords, remote control, user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 100-watt A/V system with DVD/CD player and AM/FM tuner
  • Plays DVD-Audio/Video, DVD-RW, CD, Super Video CD, Video CD, CD-R/RW, MP3, JPEG, and WMA formats
  • 32-track programming; electronic bass and treble controls
  • Front auxiliary input and headphone jack
  • Includes 2 full-range bass reflex speakers (50 watts x 2)

30. JVC TD-W354BK Dual Cassette Deck
list price: $199.99
our price: $164.99
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Asin: B00005AY8S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 3282
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The TD-W354BK offers everything needed in a 21st-century cassette deck: convenience, quality, and affordability. Convenience: because many cars have tape decks and most of us still have boatloads of perfectly good tapes lying around the house. Quality: because cassettes can sound good, and CDs have heightened our sonic expectations. And affordability: because, after all, we're talking about cassettes here, and who wants to throw a lot of money in that direction?

In this dual-well deck, one transport records and plays, while the other just plays--but both offer full auto-reverse. And with continuous playback (deck A-B), you'll get over three hours of music using two 100-minute tapes. Further, deck A (playback) offers pitch control, which is handy for matching karaoke tapes to your vocal range and fun for just messing around. A .25-inch microphone input (with dedicated level control) lets you record live audio for posterity.

JVC has constructed the deck with cassette-shell stabilizers and large insulators to reduce acoustic modulation noise--critical with tapes this narrow and speeds this slow (relative to professional machines). For noise reduction, the TD-W354BK is outfitted with Dolby B and C, and deck B (recording) boasts Dolby HX PRO for extended high-frequency response.

Compu Calibration is one-touch, computer-controlled recording calibration for the specific tape you've loaded. The feature adjusts the bias, equalization, and recording level to ensure flat frequency response, extended high-frequency response, and low distortion. The unit keeps the last calibrated parameters in memory for each tape type (normal, chrome, and metal) and for each of the two cassette wells. Other features include auto tape selector (normal/CrO2/metal), high-speed editing with synchro dubbing, auto/synchro record mute, Multi Music Scan (music search), fluorescent level meters/counters, and a .25-inch stereo headphone jack for private listening.

JVC's enhanced COMPU LINK Control System greatly simplifies operation when the tape deck is used in concert with other JVC equipment. When the deck is used with a compatible JVC CD player, you can engage a feature called DDRP (Dynamics Detection Recording Processor), which makes the CD player scan the disc you're about to copy and sets the appropriate recording level for the tape deck. ... Read more

Features

  • Continuous playback (deck A-B) provides hours of uninterrupted listening
  • Dolby HX PRO for extended high-frequency response during recording
  • Microphone input with level control; pitch adjust; full-logic controls simplify operation and minimize tape wear
  • Compu Calibration adjusts bias, equalization, and recording level to ensure flat frequency response and low distortion

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Big Dissappointment
I was quite impressed with this unit until I tried to play a fourth tape. That's right, got to play three tapes for my 160 bucks.

Apparently the drive belts have started slipping on both wells. Usually starts a couple of minutes into a tape and usually clears up right at the end. In between is barely recognizeable as music. Cleaned the heads, retensioned the tapes on other decks - no go. All the tapes that won't play correctly on the JVC play just fine on two other older, cheaper decks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fine audio component
This is a high quality unit at a moderate price. It has a solid feel to it; the controls operate surely and quietly; the tape transport is quiet; the sound quality rivals that of CDs. I cannot distinguish the sound of recordings made with it from that of the original source. Features such as AMS work perfectly. Even now there is need for a fine tape deck; this is one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good product for the money
I bought this model after owning an older receiver by JVC. It is loaded with features; high speed dub, continuous play, auto stop, auto reverse, Dolby B and C, and my favorite, the JVC receiver remote works this as well, even though it is years older. I am very pleased with the quality of JVC products. I own the receiver, cassette deck, and 5 disc carousel. They are all very reliable, as they have never needed even the smallest repair. Even long after the warranty ran out, they work perfectly.

Sound quality is very good on this deck. I have cassette tapes that hiss or drag in lesser quality decks, but will play beautifully in this. I am impressed with the quality of cassettes recorded with this deck as well. I record cd's onto cassette for use in the car, so this gets a real workout. All the tapes recorded sound as good as the ones that come pre-recorded.

I am also pleased with the controls on this. Everything is easy to read and operate. No confusing buttons or knobs. Even the back of the deck where you hook up the wires is self explanatory. They are marked so that you never have to open the owners manual.

In overview, this is the best cassette deck I've owned yet. I've owned Teac, Pioneer and Sony, and from now on I will stick with JVC products. I can't say enough about this deck. It is reliable, good sounding, inexpensive, and easy to operate. This is the best value out there. ... Read more


31. JVC RCEX30 Portable AM / FM / MP3 / CD / Cassette Player with Remote (Black)
list price: $129.95
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Asin: B00067NH98
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 4818
Average Customer Review: 3.0 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 in the 21st century, JVC is marshalling its resources to create the ultimate in appealing, cost-competitive products. ... Read more

Features

  • 5 preset EQ patterns and hyper-bass sound system
  • Backlit LCD and headphone jack
  • Plays CDs, CD-R/RWs, and MP3s with text display
  • 3 9/16¿ full-range cone speakers
  • Hyper bass sound system

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good MP3/CD/Radio for the price
Hey this isn't a high def player, but for $70 bucks, it works very well. Remote is handy too. Sound is good, but there are not bass controls. You are limited to the jazz/rock/classical presets. And max volume is rather low.

I'd say for the price, its a good deal.

2-0 out of 5 stars Very Disappointed
please do not buy this item because sounds very bad, poor sound quality, no even good for a kid this not worth it, pay few more money and buy Sony or Panasonic not that one, if you want a buy it anyway do not waste your money its a crap no good boombox at all.

5-0 out of 5 stars For the price, a one-of-a-kind WINNER
A boom-box MP3 player with remote control?Hard to find a product like this at any price let alone this bargain.I payed $66.49 with free amazon prime shipping. I'm listening to it now--playing one of my 90+ song "jukebox" cds of high-quality mp3s--the sound quality is fine.Sure, the cd-door feels mushy and cheap and you can't fast-forward mp3s, but again, at this price, I highly recommend this product.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not Dual Cassette.
Note to those who are expecting a dual cassette unit, as this boombox is described in its listing--this has a single cassette only.The sound quality for CDs is somewhat acceptable (for a small boombox) at medium to higher volumes, but it is annoyingly "tinny" at lower volumes.On the other hand, it does offer lots of MP3 features (not tried by me).

2-0 out of 5 stars No "boom" in this box
I bought this on a friday and returned it a few days later.Very nice to look and and alot of good features like the MP3 capability, but extremely poor audio makes for a big disappointment.Despite the claims of "Deep, rich bass" made by the manufacturer, the unit has a low volume that maxes out at 29.The extra bass button and jazz, classic, and rock settings make very little difference in the sound.It's definitely meant to be kept indoors inside a quiet room because I seriously doubt it could be heard outdoors, or in a noisy environment.This would be a good deal if JVC had installed better sound capabilities. ... Read more


32. JVC LT-17X475 17" LCD TV

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Asin: B00029BQ8Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 11504
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JVC's LT-17X475 offers a sleek, perfectly flat 17-inch liquid-crystal display and an ultraslim profile--just over 3 inches, perfect for wall mounting or desk positioning with the provided stand. Hook it up to your PC or your progressive-scan DVD player or a DTV receiver and enjoy the richness and vividness that standard interlaced broadcasts will never be able to muster. This is an EDTV monitor, which means it's a step closer to high-definition or HDTV than standard TVs. When viewing progressive-scan sources you'll get seamless, razor-sharp images with none of the flickering associated with interlaced images.

The LT-17X475 offers a widescreen (16:9) aspect ratio, native 1,280 x 768-pixel resolution, exemplary 500:1 contrast ratio, high 450 cd/m2 brightness, and 176-degree viewing angles--among the broadest in the industry for LCD screens--so you can enjoy the set's image from nearly anywhere in the room.

LCD screens offer a number of benefits over CRT monitors and televisions, including general ease of use, freedom from eye strain (no screen flickering or radiation emissions), quiet operation (no high-pitch "flyback" noise, an issue with CRT TVs), accurate image geometry (no curvature distortion or susceptibility to magnetic interference from, say, speakers), long screen life (no risk of image burn-in), space savings, and light weight/easy positioning. They also tend to be cheaper and, to some eyes, slightly more natural looking than their plasma flat-panel counterparts, which usually "spec" higher (higher brightness, higher contrast ratio).

The LT-17X475's 3D Y/C comb filter removes blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl (tiny, moving dots of color along a sharp color separation in a vertical line, as in a depiction of a character's striped T-shirt).

The TV's handy side-panel connections consist of a 15-pin D-Sub PC input, an auto-sensing component-video input, a composite-video input, an S-video input, and an RF input (for older cable boxes, a VCR, or an antenna). A stereo analog audio (left/right RCA) output lets you integrate the set with an AV receiver, and a monaural RCA subwoofer output can feed a stand-alone powered subwoofer to flesh out the sound from the set's stereo speakers.

Advanced HyperSurround simulates surround sound from 2-channel programs. Other features include an NTSC tuner with PC PIP (for simultaneous viewing of the PC input and 1 TV channel), black-level expansion, XDS auto clock set and ID display, V-Chip and channel guard parental controls, and auto VNR (video noise reduction).

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

Features

  • 17-inch flat-panel TFT LCD television with flicker-free, high-resolution picture; 18.4 x 14.4 x 3.1 inches (W x H x D)
  • 1,280 x 768 native pixel resolution; accepts 480i and 480p video signals
  • PC PIP lets you surf the Web while you watch TV
  • Convenient side-panel inputs include a PC input and 1 each component-video, composite-video, S-video, and RF/antenna inputs
  • Broad, 176-degree viewing angles; 500:1 contrast ratio and high brightness (450 cd/m2)

33. JVC GRDX307 MiniDV Digital Camcorder w/10x Optical Zoom
list price: $499.99
our price: $449.99
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Asin: B0001B86HC
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 2339
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Features

  • Low-Profile MiniDV digital camcorder and still camera with 1.33-megapixel CCD
  • 10x optical zoom lens (500x digital zoom) and image stabilizer
  • Rotating 3-inch LCD and black-and-white viewfinder
  • Built-in auto flash with red eye reduction and SD/MMC card slot
  • BN-V107US 700 mAh Lithium-ion, high-capacity, rechargeable battery pack; camera has built-in battery charger

34. JVC GRDX95 Pocket Camcorder with 3 LCD
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00008I8MW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 5877
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The GR-DX95 features a high-performance 1/6" 680,000 Pixel CCD to capture high-quality video and digital photos. It's also fitted with a 16X optical zoom and a 700X digital zoom with spline interpolation. Digital zoom is a powerful tool, but it can lead to "jaggies"--zigzag contours that reduce picture quality. JVC has adopted spline interpolation to mathematically smooth such contours, making them look more natural. And since frame signals, not field signals, are processed, vertical resolution is increased, also improving quality.

Digital Stills and MPEG Video
In addition to high-quality video, the GR-DX95 also captures digital still photos that are stored on either SD or MMC cards (8MB MMC included).You can also record small video clips for distribution to friends and family over e-mail or the Internet using the MPEG-1 format feature. Video clips can be recorded from the real-time camera image or recorded video footage and stored on a the memory card.

Inputs and Outputs
The GR-DX95comes with an i.Link Digital Input/Output (IEEE 1394 compliant, also referred to as FireWire) DV in/out, S-Video Output, USB High Speed Interface, and Analog Inputs. Additionally, the GR-DX95includes a standard A/V cable to view video footage on your TV and a USB cable for transferring digital stills to your PC.

MiniDV Format
MiniDV is the preferred format for personal and broadcast-quality video, highly regarded for its high audio and image quality. With up to 540 lines of horizontal resolution and minimum color noise, MiniDV delivers a 20-percent clearer picture than analog camcorder formats. This is all delivered on a cassette that's 1/12th the size of a standard VHS tape. A MiniDV tape offers digital recording time of 2 full hours--20 times the capacity of a CD.

What's included
Camcorder, Shoulder strap, Editing Cable, USB Compatible Cable, 8mb MMC card, ImageMixer Software included- for editing video and stills, managing files on hard disk and create a Video CD that plays on most DVD players ... Read more

Features

  • New mobile compact low-profile design
  • 1/6- inch 680,000 CCD for superb image quality
  • HG digital stills with selectable image sizes (1024 x 768/640 x 480-pixel)
  • Use as a Webcam or e-mail MPEG-4 video clips
  • 3-inch 110,000-pixel LCD view screen

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect. Worth its (nice) price.
My new camcorder works as fine as expected and delivers everything I need : high-quality video, easy-to-use functions, compact design with incredible size and weight, 3" LCD color display, editing software (Pixela Image Mixer with VCD)...

However, one drawback : the quality of still images recorded on the provided memory card (8 MB MMC) is lower than I expected. But that's not a problem : I have a Canon PowerShot digital camera for this.

To sum it up :

If you want to use this camcorder as a digital still camera : don't buy it. If you want to make great videos : BUY IT.

Thanks Amazon for the fast shipping & delivery (even with Free Super Saver Shipping).(...)

A satisfied customer from France

5-0 out of 5 stars great camcorder
I have the camcorder for about a week. works great no real down falls to this cam. everything you'd except in a small compact camcorder priced nicely too. ... Read more


35. JVC GR-X5 5MP 3-CCD Camcorder w/10x Optical Zoom
list price: $1,499.95
our price: $1,299.95
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Asin: B0007Z6D7M
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 2382
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Features

  • 30-percent less noise with 3D noise reduction technology
  • DVD/Video CD Creation (via IEEE 1394)
  • High-precision F1.8 lens with 10x powerful optical zoom
  • Features 3-CCD pixel shift technology for sharp, vivid images
  • Megabrid engine assures optimum quality for both video and still images

36. JVC GRD93 MiniDV Digital Camcorder w/10x Optical Zoom
list price: $599.99
our price: $538.94
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Asin: B0001B86FY
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 2210
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ultra-compact MiniDV camcorder and still camera with 1.33-megapixel CCD
  • 10x optical zoom lens (700x digital zoom) and image stabilizer
  • Crystal View rotating 2.5-inch High Resolution LCD, to reduce glare and reflections from the LCD screen
  • Built-in auto light using twin LED lights for 1/10th the power consumption and SD/MMC card slot
  • BN-V408U 800 mAh Lithium-ion, high-capacity, rechargeable battery pack; camera has built-in battery charger

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Extremely Noisy - No Analog Digital Pass Through
I purchased this camera at Sears. Got it home and made a short tape. The video quality is average. The worst thing however is the noise that is picked up by the microphone of the tape mechanism. It is Extremely loud and annoying. This was a deal breaker for me. And I dont consider myself too picky. The software that comes as part of the package is the bare minimum and I probably wouldnt use. I got a screaming deal on this camera and was really disapointed that I had to take it back - but the noise picked up by the mic is very noticeable. Not worth the money at any price.

5-0 out of 5 stars JVC GRD93 MiniDV Digital Camcorder
This JVC digital camcorder is all you need. The stills are good quality and the zoom is amazing. It has many effects that improve the overall quality. Battery life could be improved. ... Read more


37. JVC HD52Z575 52" D-ILA Rear-Projection High-Definition TV
list price: $3,499.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002RQN0M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 4306
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Amazon.com Product Description

Enjoy the best possible picture in the comfort of your living room with the JVC HD-52Z575 rear-projection TV. Equipped with a built-in ATSC high-definition tuner and a 52-inch screen, the TV displays high-quality 1080i and 720p broadcasts, while also upconverting standard NTSC video sources to 720p resolution using Digital Image Scaling Technology (DIST). The TV also includes JVC's exclusive three-chip DILA system to deliver a vivid, crystal-clear pixel structure (with 1,280 x 720 resolution) that eliminates the "screen door effect" commonly associated with rear-projection systems. Add a 3D digital comb filter for increased clarity, a four-point color management system that adjusts the colors for maximum appreciation, and Digital Super Detail (DSD) circuitry that corrects digital edges for better focus, and you have a state-of-the-art high-definition television that can adapt to future technologies and advancements with ease.

In addition to the technological extras, the TV includes a number of supporting features, such as Natural Cinema 3:2 pulldown (for converting film to video), progressive line doubling, a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio, and several additional aspect modes (Panorama, Cinema, Full, and Regular) that vary the picture's dimensions depending on the user's preference. Viewers who want to further customize the picture can choose among Theater, Dynamic, Game, Standard, and TheaterPro settings, or adjust the color temperature to compensate for the room's lighting conditions. Sports fans will delight in the single-tuner picture-in-picture, which lets them watch two games at once either in a large and small inset window or by splitting the screen down the middle. The TV also lets the user freeze a picture-in-picture image for closer examination. Essentials include a sleep timer, V-chip parental control, and a multifunction timer.

The home theater experience demands a quality audio setup, and the HD-52Z575 meets these expectations as well, with dual front-firing speakers, a center channel input, advanced hyper surround sound, BBE high-definition audio, and MTS stereo decoding. The device also connects to almost any type of video component through its multiple inputs, which vary from an HDMI/HDCP digital input for direct digital-to-digital high-definition transfer; two component-video inputs for connecting to a satellite system, DVD player, or HD tuner; three S-video inputs (one front and two rear), four composite inputs (one front and three year), and one RF input. The TV's switchable fixed/variable audio output invites users to connect to a separate stereo system. The unit is also Energy Star compliant.

What's in the Box
TV with built-in HD tuner, remote control, two batteries, user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 52-inch rear-projection TV with built-in ATSC and NTSC tuners; 49.88 x 36 x 16.25 inches (W x H x D)
  • 3D digital comb filter and single-tuner picture-in-picture
  • Natural Cinema 3:2 pulldown, 16:9 aspect ratio, progressive line doubling
  • HDMI/HDCP digital input, 2 component inputs, 3 S-video inputs, 4 composite inputs, and 1 audio output
  • Dual front-firing speakers with BBE high-definition audio, advanced hyper surround sound, and MTS stereo

38. JVC XVN512SL DVD Player ( Silver )
list price: $179.00
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B0001EZN34
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 4883
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The sleek XV-N512SL DVD player from JVC produces a remarkably vivid picture and lifelike sound, making it a versatile addition to your home theater. This all-in-one player eliminates the clutter of components in your home audio and home theater set-up with its wide variety of playback formats. The JVC XV-N512SL supports DVDs (including DVD-RAM and DVD-audio), VCDs, CDs, and digital files including MP3, WMA, and JPEG formats.

JVC's digital direct progressive scan technology yields high-resolution visuals with eye-popping colors and a minimum of on-screen distortion. The XV-N512SL features a 12-bit/108 MHz video digital-to-analog converter that brings realistic warmth to the picture. The XV-N510BK looks great on the outside as well. This sleek player measures only 1.7 inches high and the blue-lit illuminated panel compliments the attractive silver case.

In addition to looking great, the XV-N512SL sounds great, too. A built-in Dolby Digital/DTS decoder, combined with JVC's 3D-Phonic sound processor, provides a virtual surround sound experience. Enjoymovies and recordings made in the DVD-Audio format to the fullest with JVC's 192 kHz/24-bit audio digital-to-analog converter, which translates digital audio data into a natural, high-fidelity sound.

The player offers a wide variety of viewing tools and options, centered around an easy-to-use, graphical user interface menu. The XV-N512SL offers variable speed search, slow motion, freeze frame, 6-step digital zoom, and a bookmark function that automatically returns you to the point on the DVD that you last viewed. You can also create a slideshow on your TV screen with a JPEG viewer that allows you to add visual effects to the presentation of your digital photos.

The player includes optical and coaxial digital audio outputs with Dolby Digital & DTS pass-through for easy connection to any system.The XV-N512SL features component video, composite video, and S-Video terminals, and an analog audio out for front, center, rear, and subwoofer connections.

What's in the Box
JVC XV-N512SL DVD player, remote control, and owner's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Playback formats include DVD, DVD-RAM, DVD-Audio, VCD, CD, MP3, WMA, and JPEG
  • Progressive scan, high-performance digital-to-analog converter, slim stylish design
  • Optical and coaxial digital outputs and component-, composite-, S-video outputs
  • 3D-phonic simulated surround sound, Dolby Digital and DTS decoder
  • Measures 17.1 x 1.7 x 10 inches (W x H x D)

39. JVC XL-FZ158BK 5-CD Changer
list price: $120.00
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Asin: B00004RD88
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 8029
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

JVC's XL-FZ158BK combines minimal features with surprisingly good sound in a five-CD changer that lists for well below $200. It's a tremendous value--as long as you can live without a remote control. Some will immediately bar the XL-FZ158BK from consideration for having no remote control, but the XL-FZ158BK's sound is so good that you might think about how often you actually use a CD remote (especially with a changer) before dismissing this player from consideration.

In our experience, CD changers do not sound as good as their single-disc counterparts. The reason is simple: it's easier to make a stable transport mechanism, which does affect the sound, in a single-play unit than it is in a multiplay. That said, the XL-FZ158BK is an impressive performer. It's well balanced and smooth, with a laid-back high-frequency response that we attribute to JVC's proprietary 1-bit digital-to-analog converter. (To our ears, this is preferable to the bright high-end we've heard on other modestly priced machines.) The midrange, where the heart of music lies, is the XL-FZ158BK's most notable strength. Vocals and instruments such as piano and cello have fine presence and a sense of openness that consistently pull you into the music.

In the features department, the XL-FZ158BK offers just the basics. Play exchange allows you to replace up to four discs while a fifth is playing, and you get the usual play, program, track skip, random play, and--a feature we love--a headphone jack with a volume control.

An optical digital output allows connection to a digital recorder such as minidisc or CD, but also lets you integrate the XL-FZ158BK with a surround receiver. We would have preferred a higher-quality coaxial output, but optical is better than nothing.

JVC has done a fine balancing act with the XL-FZ158BK, and it certainly deserves your consideration--assuming you don't mind getting up from your chair to operate it. --Wayne Garcia

Pros:

  • Good sound
  • Solid value
  • Headphone jack has volume control

Cons:

  • No remote control
  • Slightly deemphasized high frequencies
  • No coaxial digital output
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Features

  • Play exchange lets you swap any 4 discs while 1 is playing
  • 32-track programming
  • Headphone output with volume control
  • 8x oversampling digital filter
  • Compu Link remote

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Gizmo!
I love this JVC CD changer. Sounds great and works flawlessly. Only downside is that it does NOT come with a remote so if you don't have a JVC receiver to hook it to (with compulink system) in order to use one remote, I'd suggest another model.

5-0 out of 5 stars NICE FIND
THIS UNIT IS A GOOD VALUE WITH GREAT FEATURES AND SOUND FOR THE PRICE. IF YOU'RE LOOKING IN THIS PRICE RANGE, CHECK IT OUT. AS USUAL, JVC DELIVERS.

4-0 out of 5 stars JVC 5-CD Changer
We are thoroughly enjoying our CD player. it came promptly, very well packed, no damage. Everything works as promised. It was a terrific bargain. Thanks.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great product but shoddy workmanship
I agree with most that has been said about this player: the sound was excellent, its features were easy to use, and truth be told I didn't mind not having a remote. But the unit arrived shoddily put together, in particular the disc tray, and within hours of setting it up the tray stuck. I don't know whether this is an isolated incident or not, but I can't recommend for that reason.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great 5 Disc for a JVC System
I found this unit to be of excellent quaility like all JVC products. The unit does not come with a remote. It is accessed through JVC's Compu Link using the remote ,in my case, with my JVC Receiver. Sound is excellent and the optical output is a plus. I would recommend this product for anyone with a JVC Receiver. ... Read more


40. JVC AV-27530 27" Stereo TV
list price: $249.99
our price: $219.99
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Asin: B0002H7HQ6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 3889
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It's affordable, yes, but this 27-inch television from JVC is loaded with image-clarifying technologies and thoughtful features. The AV-27530's dark-tinted picture tube provides a high-quality, high-contrast picture, while its 3-line comb filter enhances resolution by removing blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl (tiny, moving dots of color along a sharp color separation in a vertical line, as in a depiction of a character's striped T-shirt). The set gives you stereo audio through front-firing speakers powered by 1.2 watts per channel and 3 preset video modes (Standard, Sport, and Dynamic).

A component-video input offers an optimum connection with a compatible DVD player, while standard composite- and S-video inputs accommodate all DVD players along with most other video components. Choose between 2 sets of rear audio/video inputs and a set of front AV inputs for extra convenience--great for hooking up a camcorder or gaming console. A rear stereo audio output lets you hook the set up with an amplifier or surround receiver.

The set's Hyper-Scan high-speed channel changer is one of the fastest in the industry, while Return+ lets you return to a channel via the 10-key pad, even after sequentially scanning other channels. The set also features V-Chip and Channel Guard parental controls, a multi-function timer (with sleep timer), XDS auto clock set, black-level expansion, Apacon (which enhances picture sharpness to deliver a crisper, sharper picture), and closed captioning with text.

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

Features

  • 27-inch diagonal full-square, dark-tinted picture tube; 25.8 x 23.4 x 19.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • 3-line digital comb filter removes blurred edges between colors and reduces dot crawl; Apacon enhances picture sharpness
  • Hyper Scan high-speed channel changer with Return+ offers unparalleled speed and flexibility
  • Stereo speakers with 1.2 watts per channel; front-panel inputs accommodate camcorders and gaming consoles
  • Includes a unified remote control with a dedicated button for Game Mode; parental controls include V-Chip and Channel Guard

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