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$989.86 list($1,599.95)
161. JVC RX-DP10VBK THX EX Ultra Audio/Video
$475.00 list($659.95)
162. JVC VS-DT2000 Executive Microsystem
$69.95 list($249.95)
163. JVC XV-LTR1 DVD Player (Gold)
$323.99 list($399.99)
164. Sylvania 6900DTD High-Definition
$349.87 $227.95 list($299.95)
165. JVC KW-XC777 2-DIN AM/FM CD/Cassette
list($749.99)
166. JVC AV-32FA44 32" Flat-Screen
list($3,399.99)
167. JVC AV65WP84 65" Widescreen HD-Ready
list($449.99)
168. JVC RX-8010VBK 100x5 Dolby Digital
list($280.00)
169. JVC XM-448BK Minidisc Component
list($299.99)
170. JVC XV-511BK DVD Player
$189.99 $114.95 list()
171. JVC 12-Disc CD Changer (CH-X1100)
list($149.95)
172. JVC MXK10 Compact Stereo System
$111.99 list($299.95)
173. JVC XVM565BK 3-Disc DVD Player
$148.50 list($349.95)
174. JVC XV-M567GD 3-Disc Triple Tray
$39.99
175. JVC CS-V524 5 1/4" 2-Way Speakers
list($380.00)
176. JVC RX-7000VBK Dolby Digital/DTS
Too low to display $69.99 list($79.95)
177. JVC XVN322S Progressive Scan DVD
list($450.00)
178. JVC MX-GT90 GigaTube Compact Stereo
$39.99
179. JVC XLPG3B Portable CD Player
Too low to display $69.99 list($79.95)
180. JVC XVN320B Progressive Scan DVD

161. JVC RX-DP10VBK THX EX Ultra Audio/Video Receiver (Black)
list price: $1,599.95
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Asin: B000065UVK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 49188
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162. JVC VS-DT2000 Executive Microsystem
list price: $659.95
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Asin: B000065UVQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 23130
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

JVC's VS-DT2000 compact component system looks as good as it sounds. It can be installed by standing it upright on a table, setting it flat on a bookshelf or in an entertainment wall unit, or even mounting it on the wall. The VS-DT2000's accent on design and convenience is expressed through its vivid, two-color illumination. You can select from eight steps of color gradation between red and blue to match the color to room decor and personal taste. Also, the system has a reversible display, so all visual indicators--such as CD track number and radio station--are oriented in the right direction for easy viewing whether the system is set vertically or horizontally.

The VS-DT2000 has a smooth, fast, motor-driven sliding panel that hides the CD while playing. The CD player offers CD-R/CD-RW compatibility, one-bit digital-to-analog converter, 32-track programming, and random/repeat play. The VS-DT2000 is as powerful as it is pretty, with a full-range, 19 watts-per-channel amplifier, a 60-watt powered subwoofer for deep bass, and twin direct-drive, aluminum-column speakers.

The unit's amplifier has electronic bass and treble tone controls, independent subwoofer volume and auto-power-on control, 15 AM and 30 FM preset stations with auto preset, and JVC's Compu Play for synchronizing with other JVC components. Other features include a fluorescent display with dimmer, a clock/timer, three audio outputs (one optical digital-audio, one stereo analog, and one monaural subwoofer jack), a stereo headphone output, and stereo analog audio inputs. ... Read more

Features

  • Allows horizontal, vertical, and/or wall-mounted positioning
  • CD-R/CD-RW compatibility, 1-bit digital-to-analog converter, 32-track programming
  • Silent, motor-driven sliding CD panel
  • 1 optical digital-audio output, 1 each stereo analog input/output, 1 dedicated subwoofer output, headphone jack
  • Includes 60-watt powered subwoofer

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Quality system
We just got this system for Christmas and we are impressed. It is going to replace both our clock/radio and our stereo in the bedroom. So far, it does everything we want, and has features that are not listed in the description. Those features are: a full function remote control, timer and sleep timer. The timer works just like an alarm, but it only 'wakes to music' not a beep or buzz.
Some negatives - we lay our unit horizontal. We couldn't see the clock when it was vertical. Also, the button labels are in an a red. I would prefer a less bright color.

5-0 out of 5 stars no disapointment here!!
after some serious shopping and returning a pioneer micro,jvc came out on top.the sound is great,the highs,lows,and the sub is just right .Its nice to see jvc have a pause button on the remote,others don't.nifty color changing mood lights,you can turn them off if you like.A great system for a good size room that doesn't just make noise.There's nothing I didn't like about this system. ... Read more


163. JVC XV-LTR1 DVD Player (Gold)
list price: $249.95
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Asin: B00005UD2E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
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164. Sylvania 6900DTD High-Definition Terrestrial Set-Top Box/DTV Receiver
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B0001EZN5C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sylvania
Sales Rank: 31213
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Set-top box/tuner for viewing digital broadcasts on HD and EDTVs
  • Converts digital broadcasts to analog signals for standard TVs
  • Letterbox, zoom, and full output modes for 16:9 and 4:3 monitors
  • Dolby Digital audio for ATSC; SPDIF output for home theater connection
  • Measures 14.17 x 2.95 x 12.99 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars good for older tv's..not new
Hi!
This tuner does not have a DVI output. DVI is on all newer sets
or monitors. It will work fine for all "older" tv sets. I have seen
50" hdtv monitors at $999.00 locally soon they will have tuners
built in. A Local company here 5 years ago announced in the local newspaper that they made all the components for the recivers for
less than $200 so box prices should be dropping as they were
$3700 then.
Ps. don't buy a hdtv that does not have DVI input! In my area there
are up to 22 digital and hd tv chanels...the future of tv is here!
I hope this helps. ... Read more


165. JVC KW-XC777 2-DIN AM/FM CD/Cassette Player
list price: $299.95
our price: $349.87
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Asin: B000068TZA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 66259
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Product Description

It's the ultimate in-dash control convenience. The Double-DIN-size KW-XC777 features both CD and cassette players on its dash-fitting chassis. It comes with an oversized multi-color LCD with a 7-mode spectrum analyzer that dynamically displays moving patterns. Operation keys are illuminated for easy use and safe driving. ... Read more

Features

  • Dot-Matrix Multi-Color LCD Display with Contrast Control
  • iEQ (3-Band Parametric Equalizer) and Bass Boost
  • Power Output: 180W Max. (45W x 4)<
  • Card-Type Wireless Remote Control
  • Double-DIN Size

166. JVC AV-32FA44 32" Flat-Screen TV (Silver)
list price: $749.99
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Asin: B00009RTC5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 83302
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Amazon.com Product Description

The 32-inch AV-32FA44 stereo TV--part of JVC's fashion-conscious I'Art Drape Series--is as rich in features as it is in style. From its "visible sound design" cabinet to its 16:9 raster compression mode and HyperScan channel surfing, the AV-32FA44 is a home theater treat. Black-level expansion and a Real Flat CRT with an Invar shadow mask render detailed, high-contrast images free from geometric distortion, and the set's stereo speakers are powered by a generous 7.5 watts each.

With 16:9 raster compression mode, you can watch anamorphic DVDs in their true 16:9 format--the TV uses all scan lines for the picture within the letter box area so that anamorphic widescreen DVDs display in their proper resolution. TheaterPro 6500K Color Temperature adjusts the set's temperature to the ideal color-temperature for viewing movies in a dark room. Selectable (on/off) velocity-scan modulation improves definition at picture edges, sharpening images by slowing the CRT (cathode-ray tube) beam's horizontal scanning during demanding work and speeding it up when scanning easily rendered sections.

The AV-32FA44's three-line digital 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). A shadow mask is a thin sheet of perforated metal behind the screen that restricts electron flow, each hole in the sheet corresponding to a single pixel. An Invar mask uses an alloy that's especially resistant to the high temperatures generated by the electron beam, allowing in a brighter, clearer picture. An apacon circuit further enhances low-level details for greater picture sharpness.

The AV-32FA44 receives not only stereo broadcasts, but Second Audio Programming (or SAP), too, and you always have Hyper Surround to simulate surround sound from any two speakers. BBE High-Definition Sound improves speech intelligibility and restores the dynamic range of compressed musical passages.

High-end component-video inputs accept video from compatible DVD players and satellite systems, while S-video and standard RCA composite-video inputs accommodate most other video sources. The set offers a total of three 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.

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 an interactive plug-in menu, half-tone onscreen display, front-panel lock and V-Chip parental controls, closed captioning with text display, XDS (Extended Data Service) auto clock set with ID display, and an illuminated Super Command universal remote with DVD, TV, and VCR control ability.

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

Features

  • 32-inch flat-screen stereo TV with distortion-free picture; 37 x 27 x 22.25 inches (W x H x D)
  • 3-line digital comb filter reduces color bleeding and dot crawl
  • 16:9 anamorphic DVD mode and Invar shadow mask
  • Component video input, S-video input, and 3 AV inputs (1 front, 2 rear)
  • Front-firing speakers with 7.5 watts x 2 output

167. JVC AV65WP84 65" Widescreen HD-Ready Television
list price: $3,399.99
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Asin: B00009RTCK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 114592
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Bring the multiplex home with the JVC 65-inch digital projection TV. This HDTV-ready set features JVC's I'Art PRO DIST (Digital Image Scaling Technology) functionality, which upconverts all video signals to 1500i. Other features include a HammerHead wide neck CRT, 3:2 pulldown for natural cinema viewing, and a DVI connection to your HDTV tuner for the best possible high-definition picture.

The DVI with HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) input allows for unaltered, or uncompressed, transmission of digital content from DVI with HDCP outputs. JVC's Digital Super Detail (DSD) circuitry is state-of-the-art edge correction that, coupled with Natural Progressive circuitry, works to reproduce completely focused pictures for still to highly active images, ensuring that every image then is viewed at the highest possible resolution. With the TheaterPro D6500K color-temperature feature, your view of the screen is true to what the film was originally meant to look like.

Other features include 3:2 pulldown cinema video processing for a smooth theaterlike experience, a 10-bit 3D comb filter for enhanced color purity, 6 aspect modes (panorama, regular, cinema, full, HD cinema zoom, and HD panorama), dual-tuner split screen (PIP), and virtual surround sound. The set has a built-in 181-channel tuner, though you will need an optional HDTV tuner to receiver high-definition broadcasts.

It has a DVI input connection, 3 sets of composite A/V connectors (1 in the front), 3 S-video inputs (1 in front), 2 component-video inputs, 1 RF input, and 1 audio output (with subwoofer).

What's in the Box
This package contains the AV65WP84 65-inch flat-screen TV, remote control, 2 AA batteries, and printed operating instructions. ... Read more

Features

  • Built-in stereo speakers with virtual surround sound
  • 65-inch HD-ready digital projection TV; measures 66.75 x 64.75 x 31.75 inches (W x H x D)
  • 16:9 aspect ratio plus 6 aspect modes; upconvert to 1500i; 10-bit 3D comb filter
  • Dual-tuner picture-in-picture; 3:2 cinema pulldown
  • DVI input, 4 A/V inputs (1 front), 3 S-video inputs, 2 component-video inputs

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Im so happy with this TV!
From the moment we unpacked this beuty from the box we have been in awe. Starting from the sleek, silver finish to the performance we have been more than satisfied. It has numerous inputs mostly on the back of the set but it has some on the front for easy access. As big as it is, it is also surprisingly easy to move around your living room and can be moved to the spot you want it with only 2 capaple adults. I dont think we have used an input device yet that fully utilizes the performance of this TV. I really love the different picture settings you can select, including the "Game" setting. Ive been in Video game heaven since buying this TV. Dont forget the Popcorn! ... Read more


168. JVC RX-8010VBK 100x5 Dolby Digital Audio/Video Receiver
by JVC
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B00005B99Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 35738
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Tons of inputs and great performance
There are a couple of key features that really make this unit stand out:

1) It has more inputs than you can shake a stick at, and once you have the thing configured properly, everything works just like you'd expect.

Most notably, it does audio *and* video source switching. All your video devices send their signals to the amplifier, and a single video out cable is run to the monitor. So when you switch inputs on the amp, the appropriate video source is automatually routed to the monitor for you.

It has 1 digital co-ax connection (RCA jack) and 4 fiber-optic digital inputs, and they can be assigned to different sources. In my case, I used a digital cable box as the co-ax source, my JVC cd changer as optical 1, and my JVC DVD player as optical source 2.

Not only does this provide an all-digital input path for these digital sources, but it greatly cleans up the wiring at the back of the unit.

And it still has inputs for 2 VCRs, a tape player, a turntable, a video camera (front inputs) a CDR/minidisc player, and a USB audio connection!

2) If you have other JVC components, the Compu-Link interconnection is a godsend, especially the Text-Compu-Link output from the CD changer. This allows the CD changer to export its displays (normally confined to the little LED readout on the changer) to the TV, via the amp. Search for disks/tacks/artists on the TV screen! This revolutionized the use of the CD changer.

All the amplifier features can be accessed this way as well.

3) Performance is very good. This is a very clean and crisp amplifier - perhaps not audiophile-quality, but there is no noise or distortion that I could detect at reasonable volume levels. The surround processor automatically recognises Pro-Logic, Dolby Digital, and DTS input streams and does the appropriate thing with them. I moved up from a basic Pro-Logic (RF, Cen, LF, Rear) amplifier, and the difference in sound dynamics was amazing.

The only beefs I have are minor:

1) The remote is poorly designed. Prior JVC remotes have been ergonomically designed, with common fucntions (volume, channel, DVD cursor) larger and located in such a way as they could be operated by feel. This remote is a plain rectangular grid with all the buttons the same size. Luckily, JVC seems to have kept the same IR codes for the last 10 years, so older remotes with better ergonomics can still be used with this unit.

2) Setting the unit up can take some patience. the manual isn't bad, but it takes dilligence to get all the inputs assigned and working correctly, especially the digital inputs. Some behavior was not initially obvious - but it IS all documented, if you take the time to _carefully_ read the manual.

Highly recommended!

DG

5-0 out of 5 stars JVC RX-8010VBK
This is one of the best receivers I have ever owned. This model has all the features you are looking for at a reasonable price. ... Read more


169. JVC XM-448BK Minidisc Component Recorder
list price: $280.00
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Asin: B00001OPK2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 46804
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

JVC's XM-448BK component minidisc deck is a full-featured player/recorder at a bargain price. Unlike most minidisc recorders, this JVC model offers a full-function keyboard in its remote control for convenient title-input capability. Other minidisc conveniences include five-mode editing functionality (with track-move and -erase capabilities), sampling-rate conversion to permit digital recording from 48 kHz digital-audio tapes or non-copy-protected DVDs, 32-track programming, and random and repeat playback.

The XM-448BK offers two Toslink optical digital inputs, the ability to input track titles during either recording or playback, a jog dial, JVC's Text Compu Link for communication with other JVC devices, and a headphone jack with its own volume control.

JVC is known for its attention to both real-world budgets and audio quality, and the XM-448BK is accordingly equipped with high-quality one-bit digital-to-analog and analog-to-digital converters. ... Read more

Features

  • Full-function keyboard remote control with title-input capability
  • 5-mode minidisc editing functions
  • Sampling-rate converter
  • Program (32 tracks), smart random, and repeat play
  • 2 optical digital inputs

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fills the hole in my component system
I have 2 portable minidisc players, and this worked very nicely to convert CD-R disks to minidiscs.

The remote has a fairly large size keypad, which makes quick work out of titling new minidiscs, vs using a small palmsize recorder.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great MD player for the price!
I am impressed by the quality of this MD system. Recording is a breeze, from both a digital and an analog input. The compulink features makes synchronous recording easy (if you have another JVS component). The qwerty keyboard type remote makes titling really easy.

This unit has all the features that any standard minidisc recorder would have (join,move,erase one track, erase all...etc). Although the analog RCA output is slightly weak, its positive features makes up for it. It looks stylish, and blends well with other units. The display has a bright / dim and an off mode.

Highly recommended for someone just starting into the MD world. ... Read more


170. JVC XV-511BK DVD Player
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00004RG4Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 93798
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Enhance your home theater with this full-featured JVC DVD player. It features an easy to operate on-screen GUI menu, a multi-brand remote, resume function and digest function. A theater position control is also provided for adjusting the picture to your personal preference. A fiber optic digital audio output with Dolby Digital & DTS pass through offers easy connection to any system. The JVC XV-511BK is compatible with DVD Video, CD and Video CD. Component Video Output, 10bit/27 MHz video D/A converters & Video Fine Processor are included for the best video quality. Component video is superior to both composite and S-video because it provides improved color purity, superior color detail, and reduces NTSC artifacts. JVC's acclaimed 1-bit P.E.M. D/D Converter system assures the absolute best musical fidelity. The power supply, digital circuits, analog circuits, video and audio signal paths feature separate construction for optimum performance. This player features 3D-Phonic for virtual surround sound, Digest function for visual access to desired title/chapter; Slow, Repeat, Zoom and Strobe functions for greater flexibility and multi-brand remote control. ... Read more

Features

  • Special effects include digest, strobe, zoom
  • Dolby Digital and DTS compatible
  • Component video outputs
  • Optical digital-audio output
  • 24-bit audio D/A converter

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for over 2 years...
This was my first DVD player and in many ways the begining of a new video era for me.At the time I had a 32" Sony analog set with no digital inputs and not a clue about most of the DVD terminology, progressive scan, interlaced, it all sounded like the adults from the Peanuts cartoons to me.
It was by luck that I chose this particular player which is still working perfectly after more than 2 years of regular use. In fact, it's the only component in my video system which I haven't upgraded.My 32" Sony was less than a year old when I replaced it with a 34" Sampo HDTV monitor which now serves as the centerpiece of my system which also includes an HD cable box, a DV VCR, a ReplayTV unit, an external line doubler and digital surround receiver.
I've spent more hours researching current and future video technology than I could possibly count and while I'm not an expert I know a lot about all things video.I know enough that people pay me to help them set up their systems or sometimes just for my advice.I'm not saying this to be arrogant since I'm the first to admit that there's a lot I don't know.
I'm saying this to show that anyone who is willing to take the time can learn about the equiptment they own which often leads to solving problems quickly and easily without even a call to customer service.I've read several posts and reviews from people who have encountered problems with newer discs on this player and therefore gave it terrible reviews.I too encountered the same problem but solved it in under 15 minutes using instructions provided by JVC on their website.
This is a top notch player for anyone looking for a non Progressive sacan player.It's easy to use and offers digital audio output, interlaced comonent video output as well as DTS and many other features not found on lower-end players.There is even a very simple way to convert this player to region-free or to any region if you need to do so and there is no limit to the number of times this change can be made.
I would recommend this player without hesitation.I've never once regretted my decision to purchase this unit and that's after wathing hundreds of movies over several years.
User reviews are extremely valuable but it's important to remember that they are only as good as the user who writes them.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Waste your Money JVC 511BK
I tested this out with the MATRIX it worked great so I bought it.Plays old movies but it is hit or miss with new releases.Mostly Miss.Will never buy a JVC product again.

5-0 out of 5 stars a great buy
I recently purchased this DVD player through an online auctionand was naturally somewhat skeptical. However I discovered that this is a greatbuy. The picture quality is very sharp.Itdoes a great job with audioCDs too.The best feature of this DVD player is definitely itsconnectivity. It has both analog stereo and digital(optical) outputs aswell as an S-Video output. It was trivial to hook this up to my existingequipment.However if you have an older model TV you may need to purchasea modulatortoconvert the DVD signal. A common complaint is that this isonly a single disc player but thathardly matters giventhefeatures andoverall usefulness of this unit.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great picture.. poor layer switches
I have had this player for a year and a half now and must say that i have been very pleased with the basic performance of the unit.The picture is more than acceptable, and the sound is above average for an entry-levelunit.The problem with the unit is that it has a real problem with layerswitching.Patton, Matrix, and Nightmare on elm street are three moviesthat have all given me problems.The service from JVC is also poor, andmany of the problems that i have had do not exist according to them.Theonly other problem i had is the remote, which has a joystick the the enterkey incorporated.. so pushing enter can be difficult and annoying.All inall.. it's a good entry unit.But if you want a more consistant playerwith better support, you can do better.

4-0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Buy
I recently purchased this DVD player and am enjoying it immensely.The picture clarity is just outstanding, and I'm only using a composite signal.I wish my TV set had S-video capability.For the money, I doubt if youcould find a better product.My one gripe is that it doesn't play CD-Rdisks.I put one in and all I got was a "NO DISC" error.To befair, the manual says it won't play CD-R, but it would have been a nicefeature to have, since I am using this for my music CD player as well asfor DVDs.Other than that it's been just great. ... Read more


171. JVC 12-Disc CD Changer (CH-X1100)

our price: $189.99
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Asin: B00006FRJ1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 81592
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Product Description

10 modulation frequencies * BBE II processing enhances bass and focuses mids and highs * random play/repeat play * intro scan (plays first 15 seconds of every track or disc) * dash-mountable control/display * wireless remote * shock-proof mechanism * 10-7/16"W x 3-1/2"H x 7"D * 1-year warranty ... Read more

Features

  • 10 modulation frequencies
  • BBE II processing enhances bass and focuses mids and highs
  • random play/repeat play
  • intro scan (plays first 15 seconds of every track or disc)
  • dash-mountable control/display

172. JVC MXK10 Compact Stereo System
list price: $149.95
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Asin: B000065UV4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 33207
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Very Good Quality System
This shelf system has excellent sound. It also has a remote which lets you control the whole system. The JVC MXK10 features a duel cassette player, a 3-CD disc changer (which can play CD's, CD-R's, and CD-RW's), and an AM/FM radio. This system makes a great gift and it can be enjoyed by the whole family. ... Read more


173. JVC XVM565BK 3-Disc DVD Player
list price: $299.95
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Asin: B00005AVBK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 18813
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The XV-M565BK is the perfect choice for the person who wants to combine a high-performance DVD player and a CD changer. This 3-DVD/CD play-and-exchange player includes many functions such as strobe, digest, angle, zoom, theater position, 3-D sound, parental lock, multilanguage sound, and subtitles for your personalized viewing experience.

This multiple-DVD player also includes component-video and S-video outputs for a superior picture quality of up to 500 lines of horizontal resolution. PCM coaxial and optical audio outputs enable Dolby Digital and DTS outputs for superior sound quality.

... Read more

Features

  • 3-disc, triple-tray DVD changer
  • Optical and coaxial digital output for PCM, Dolby Digital, and DTS
  • Component-video, S-video, and composite-video outputs
  • Picture search and slow-motion play with shuttle dial
  • Multibrand remote with joystick control

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars JVC XVM565BK a work horse to consider
I purchased this DVD several weeks ago for $50. It's not a small unit like the new ones, but it works great! It does not do some of the things like the new units do like MP3; progressive scan. BUT if your looking for a DVD; CD that gets the job done and does it very well...this is the unit to consider. It plays clear and true and it has the sound is great. I have mine hooked up to my sterio and it meets all my needs.
The three drawer system is easy to use and the remote is very easy to understand. You can't beat the JVC.

5-0 out of 5 stars JVC has made a winner !!
I have this DVD Player and love it !! You can play not only DVD movies, but also CD's in 3 Trays. It has so many great features, e.g. zoom, slow motion, different picture (Theater Position) modes you can adjust depending on room lighting, as well as 3D phonic sound adjustment, etc.....WOW !! You must get this !!

5-0 out of 5 stars JVC XVM565BK
I love my DVD player. I like the fact that I can leave 3 DVDs in it at the same time and watch them whenever I want to. I thought the price very reasonable when you consider that it (like other DVD players) can play CDs as well. (you can leave 3 in it) I like the zoom and the multiple language functions, living in South America, I have made good use of them.

Buy it and you won't regret it.

4-0 out of 5 stars ESTE DVD CASI LO TIENE TODO
Desde que lo compre estoy muy contento , excelente calidad de audio y video,todas las funciones necesarias,la funcion de multiangulos muy buena,el zoom digital para acercar escenas estupenda, la funcion de los 3 discos es muy buena ya que si eres fanatico de las peliculas no te tienes que levantar de tu cama para cambiarla por otra ,prueben las funciones de 3d phonic y Theater position y notaran la diferencia de sonido y video de acuerdo a su gusto y todo lo demas igual.Lo que le falta es la funcion de karaoke y que sea multizona....

3-0 out of 5 stars Does not play CD-R or RW, or DVD-RAM
Overall a nice 3 DVD changer with all of the options and outputs. Great picture quality and sound. If your plan is to keep a DVD in one of the slots and music in the other 2 than this is NOT the DVD player for you for 2 reasons: 1) it doesn't play CD-R's, 2) The repeat disc mode doesn't work well. ... Read more


174. JVC XV-M567GD 3-Disc Triple Tray DVD Player (Gold)
list price: $349.95
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Asin: B000051SEU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 35206
Average Customer Review: 4.12 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 27 MHz, 10-bit digital-to-analog video converter
  • 3-disc exchange
  • Dolby Digital and DTS output
  • Optical and coaxial digital outputs
  • Up to 600 lines of horizontal image resolution

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Buy
I have had this DVD player for years. I have had no problems with it! When this player decides to go I will replace it with itself; that is how reliable this player is. For those reviews that said their player died quickly-keep in mind that no matter what company you buy from there are bound to be duds. JVC is a great company and therefore produced a great DVD player. Buy this machine and you will not be dissapointed!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Reliable, High-Performance DVD Player with Few Drawbacks
Ok, I've been reading the reviews on this one and I figured I put my 2 cents in. First of all, this is NOT the player for you if you want CD-R, CD-RW or MP3 capability. I'm sure there are others out there that will appeal to your needs so stop reading now. That said, I'll touch on the positive first, then the drawbacks. This was my first DVD player. I wanted a brand known for high quality and made room in my budget accordingly. I had a basic, 27" Panasonic TV with S-Video inputs and NO receiver. I got this home, hooked it up via the S-video cable and used my basic component cables for the sound. I popped in a dvd and, all I can say is WOW! The picture itself was incredible.... it rivaled the digital TV demos I'd seen in various stores. I'm sure alot of you out there are saying "whatever" but it was that good! I was so pleased. Then, after reading up on the additional features this player had, I began to play around with some of them. It was a heck of a lot of fun!! I don't think I'll use them much anymore, but they are good to show off to your buddies... :) Anyway, all went well for months and months... I had no problems whatsoever with this unit and it plays ALL kinds of dvd's... (either region free or 1). I would aggressively use the multiple trays and watch my favorites scenes from my discs in random order... no performance problems whatsoever! I've noticed a lot of griping here about the remote... I didn't really have any problems. I don't mind the shift button... I mean, how often are you going to be zooming in or changing the angle... furthermore, how many dvd's offer an angle option... (I can only think of a handful right now, and it's only in their special features...) Anyway, all went great and then I realized I wanted surround sound, being that I'd amassed quite a collection of dvd's; most with 5:1 capability. At the time I was a bit dvd/digitally illiterate and I noticed a strange little logo on the front; DTS. "Hmmm..." I wondered, and I began to research this. What I found out is that some dvd players have a DTS decoder in them and others (like this unit) just have DTS OUT capability. Therefore, to take advantage of this feature I would have to buy a receiver with a DTS decoder in it. No big deal, being that I was planning on this anyway and wasn't even sure what DTS was in the first place. I ended up getting an Aiwa receiver with a DTS decoder and, while hooking it up to the unit, I noticed it had a digital out jack. I went out and bought a digital Fiber-Optic Cable (Toslink-to-Toslink), hooked it up to my amp... left the S-Video cable hooked up directly to my tv and fired er' up! All I can say is WOW! This unit combined with my amp delivers KILLER sound.. in 5.1 or DTS... the DTS is audibly better! I've had this unit for almost a year and have had NO problems. Ok, on the downside, the wait when you put a dvd in is a bit long... I do wish it had CD-R capability since I do have a CD burner but I have stereos that play them... ironically, it DOES play the VCD format.. but I do not own any. Also, when switching from disk to disk, it takes a bit longer than is preferable... no biggie. It also seems that it's really taxing the hardware from the sound of it... but again, it hasn't broken yet. Another drawback is it's high price... especially since you don't get a lot of compatibility choices. There are lots of bells and whistles to choose from, but I doubt you'll find yourself using all of them; all of the time. I really don't have many negative things to say about it... my experience has been nothing but positive and it's given me many, many hours of entertainment! Thanks JVC!

2-0 out of 5 stars Not Completely Satisfied
I was satisfied until 14 months after I got it the thing decided to stop reading both DVD's and CD's. I used it normally in my home and was just starting to get a decent DVD collection and it did this.It was a fine product up until this event but considering the price of DVD players I dont think its something people want to keep buying so to let you know it doesnt work after 14 months! Also when you try and contact JVC they dont get back to you.I would advise you to look around for a different product, I wish I had, and if anyone has any suggestions for me as to how to fix this please let me know .Thanks

3-0 out of 5 stars well...is pretty good
When I initially purchased this item I was totally thrilled with it. I have had the product for a little under a year, and am still pleased with it but would like to point out an issue or two I have concerning the player. First off, for folks with large DVD collections (i.e. over 200) this is not the best choice. The more DVD's and regions I play, the more confused this player seems to get. It still plays all the DVD's I own but gives me quite a bit of attitude. Secondly: the remote control for this item is bad, at the least it is an ergo-nightmare. For half the functions, many of them quite important I might add, you need to hold down a 'shift' button while pressing the actual key you want to use. A toggle 'shift' would work much better. I realize the second gripe may seem petty but again this review is targeted for serious DVD collectors, when you are trying to look through special features or whatever---on numerous discs the 'shift' thing just takes the fun out of it...

5-0 out of 5 stars I Love it!!
I have had this DVD player for almost a year (I got it as a gift last Christmas) and have had NO problems with it at all. It's quiet, plays DVD's, CD's, CDR's and CDRW's with no problem. It also plays VCD's but I haven't used that feature because I don't have any.

But overall it's a wonderful DVD player. And I'm not sure if it's my television or the DVD player but the sound quialty is unbelievable. I can hear every word and don't need subtitles at all. The remote is eacy to use, and the buttons are just the right size. Get this DVD Player, you will not be disappointed!! ... Read more


175. JVC CS-V524 5 1/4" 2-Way Speakers

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Asin: B0007U8Y88
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
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176. JVC RX-7000VBK Dolby Digital/DTS Audio/Video Receiver
by JVC
list price: $380.00
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Asin: B00004SSRN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 36040
Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Arrayed with a robust 100 watts per five channels, Dolby Digital and DTS5.1-channel surround decoding, 5.1-channel direct analog inputs, and S-Videoswitching, JVC's RX-7000VBK is more than ready to serve as director of your hometheater. And that's just the beginning. An onscreen display guides you throughall aspects of setup and fine tuning; electronic tone controls and six DSP(digital signal processing) modes let you customize the sound to suit your roomand taste; the tuner sports 45 FM/AM presets, and there's even a phono stage forvinyl lovers.

The RX-7000VBK's front panel is cleanly arranged and easy tonavigate. We especially like the two jog-shuttle controls: one is for sourceselection while the other serves multiple duties like tweaking the levels anddelay settings for each speaker, setting the crossover point between yoursubwoofer and main speakers, and customizing the DSP modes.

The remote controlis free of clutter and is preprogrammed to operate a wide range of gear fromother manufacturers--something multibrand users are sure to appreciate.

Andkudos to JVC for providing three digital inputs (including coaxial for the DVDplayer) as well as S-Video switching for all audio-video sources. Although 5.1- channel direct inputs are available (if your DVD player has a built-in surroundprocessor), few of us are likely to use these today, but they're nice to have onhand for cutting-edge surround formats like DVD-audio.

Notably missing arebinding posts for all speaker terminals (you get cheesy push connectors forcenter and rear channels) as well as front-panel AV inputs--a must-have forfrequent camcorder users; higher-end receivers offer these.

However, the RX- 7000VBK's sound should satisfy all but the most serious of audiophiles. Themidrange is open and detailed, with excellent vocal delivery. The highfrequencies are extended, yet slightly elevated, which should only be a problemif you have overly bright-sounding speakers. The bottom end is quick anddetailed--though the weight of its punch is more bantam than heavyweight (mostsubwoofers can pick up any slack here--again, performance will depend on yourspeakers and other equipment).

The above-mentioned criticisms aside, JVC's RX- 7000VBK has fine sound, excellent features, and enough connectivity for most ofus. It must count among the best in its price range. --Wayne Garcia

Pros:

  • Very good, detailed sound
  • S-Video switching for all AV inputs
  • A/B speaker switching
  • Coaxial digital input
  • 5.1-channel inputs
  • Phono input

Cons:

  • Treble a little elevated
  • Deep bass a little light
  • Crummy speaker terminals for rear and center speakers
  • Lacks front-panel AV inputs
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Features

  • 100 watts x 5 channels
  • Dolby Digital and DTS decoding
  • 5.1-channel direct inputs
  • S-video switching
  • Onscreen display

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Value
I have always been a fan of JVC. They always manage to squeeze an amazing number of features per dollar into their products. This unit is no exception. The "Compu-Link" feature is a great feature for those of us with other JVC components. It makes the entire system function like one unit.

The sound quality is excellent for this price range. However, I noticed the volume needs to be set relatively high to get decent sound from my speakers. Not a big deal though - the sound quality isn't affected.

The lack of decent speaker terminals for the center and rear channels is disappointing. However, considering the price of this unit I suppose they had to cut corners somewhere.

5-0 out of 5 stars Value for money
I bought this receiver when I was in the U.S. from ... for whatI think was a great buy at ($) that includes shipping and handling to Holiday Inn Express in Belmont where I was staying. It came in a huge box full of protective styrofoam. Inside it revealed the JVC box containing the RX-7000VBK (plus accessories) that requires 110V input (not auto-voltage, nor does it have a voltage switch which is important to me since the Philippines is 220V).

Back home I have a modest system. This receiver will actually replace an older JVC RX-801VBK which has been running since 1987 (and still working very well). I have a JVC XV-K503 DVD player (bought in Singapore), JVC HR-J7005UM 6-head Hi-fi VHS, JVC TD-W901 double cassette deck (since 1987 also) and a 25" JVC Interiart Flat multi-system TV. My main speakers are Bose 301 Continental Direct/reflecting system (the Continental edition was limited, for only ($) were sold in the Philippines). With no other speakers at hand, I rushed to a local audio store to buy a pair of US Audio Surround speakers and a center speaker (I did not buy a subwoofer since I want to know if this Amp can pump my Bose). After connecting everything, with particular attention to the COMPULINK cables, I powered on the DVD player, inserted the Terminator 2 DTS DVD and the receiver automatically turned-on and switched to DVD Digital mode(courtesy of the JVC's COMPULINK). My speaker settings were Front=Large, Rear=small, Center=Large, Subwoofer=No. I set the DVD audio to DTS and after listening to the DTS intro on the disc, I had a wide grin on my face. Further "testing" with Saving Private Ryan, Eagles Hell Freezes Over, Metallica S&M, U2 Rattle and Hum, Santana Supernatural and Kitaro, at that price, I'd say it was a bargain.

There are things that you need to set before everything works though. One is setting the digital input and the display properly (page 16 of the manual), the other is the speaker settings (page 14). Read the manual, it will keep you busy for a while.

Convenient features: The COMPULINK system is unbeatable. Insert a VHS tape on the VHS deck, and the system automatically switches to VHS input. Press Play on the cassette deck and the system switches to Tape audio. Turn off the RX7000, and everything turns off (except my cassette deck which has a mechanical switch). One COMPULINK feature I cannot use right now is TEXT COMPULINK, which would allow me to search for genre, title, artist, etc. if I have a 200-disc CD changer from JVC. The remote control allows me to control the entire system and even replicates my DVD's joystick function. Just make sure that the little switch to the right of the remote is in the proper position. Another convenient feature is the one-touch button, which would allow me to set various settings (such as equalization, bass boost, DSP mode, etc.) for each of the input (even each station on FM/AM) and automatically sets the correct mode if chosen.

Wishlist? We'll my old RX-801's SEA allows me to create four named equalization settings on seven bands with individual frequency control. The RX-7000's SEA is not that flexible since it has only three bands and one user preset.

It's DSP modes are flexible. When playing audio CD, my settings are SEA=ROCK, DSP=DANCE CLUB, BASS BOOST=ON, it makes Metallica sound great. For DVD and best surround listening experience, make sure that speakers are positioned properly (page 23).

Should I still get a subwoofer? At this point, I don't need it. Should you need a subwoofer, make sure it is the Active type (powered).

4-0 out of 5 stars JVC RX-7000VBK...
The JVC RX-7000 has the state-of-the-art in surround sound processing with built-in Dolby Digital and DTS decoding. Several additional surround sound options are provided, including digitally processed Dolby Pro-Logic surround, 3-D Phonic (Virtual Dolby), and a Digital Acoustics Processor with 5 preset sound fields. Enjoy the most spectacular theater sound at home when you view movies on DVD. JVC RX7000 Features - Multi Color OSD Text CompuLink!...110 watts x 2 min. RMS, both channels driven into 8 ohms from 20Hz to 20kHz with no more than 0.06% THD...100 watts x 5 min. (2 Front, 1 Center, 2 Rear speakers) RMS, into 8 ohms, 1kHz, 0.8% THD...DVD Multichannel Audio Compatible (5.1 channel analog input and 5 separate amps) for connection to existing and future multichannel sources such as DVD Audio ...Multi-Brand A/V Remote Control (VCR/TV/CATV/DBS)...Dolby Digital and DTS decoders built-in for theater quality surround from digital sources...Fully Discrete Outputs to ensure greater fidelity and longer life...Digital Acoustics Processor (DAP) with 5 preset sound fields (Theater/Hall/Live Club/Pavillion/Dance Club) digitally recreates these venues in your own home...3D-PHONIC Virtual Surround Sound creates dramatic home theater sound with just two front speakers...Text COMPU LINK will transmit text data carried by media like CD-Text and MD to display on your receiver and a television...AV COMPU LINK provides simple one touch operation between your JVC audio and video components. For example, pop a pre-recorded VHS tape into the VCR and it will automatically power up your receiver and your television and then turn them each to the proper inputs. ...ENHANCED COMPU LINK CONTROL SYSTEM...Multi-Color On Screen Display simplifies control by allowing you to choose options from your television screen to operate your receiver...Dot Matrix Fluorescent Display with Sound Pattern...Line level Sub Out...3-band electronic S.E.A. equalization with 5 presets and 1 manual setting for each source to give you flexible tone control and minimize sound degradation...Bass Boost, One-Touch Operation...1 Assignable Coaxial Digtial Input that you can designate to any digital source...2 Assignable Optical Digital Inputs that you can designate to any digital source, 1 Optical Digital Output for use with digital recording devices...3 S-Video inputs...2 S-Video outputs...1 Composite Video output...2 Main Speaker Terminals...15 AM and 30 FM station memory...2 Year parts and labor warranty...Weight: 25.0 lbs...Width: 17 3/16" ...Height: 6 3/16"...Depth: 16 1/4"...Banana Plugs for easy speaker connections (Main1/Main2)...High-Rigidity Z-Chassis ...Dolby Pro Logic in Full Digital Processing...Pretty Cool Little Receiver...  

5-0 out of 5 stars All you'll ever need.
Quit searching because this is what you want. I bought this receiver to replace my parents old 1978 jvc sterio receiver. Now dont get me wrong, it still worked perfect and everything, but it was two channel, and i needed more than that. JVC is my all time favorite brand for sterio equipment. I must say that i like KLH for speakers....good sound, great price. Anyways, this receiver has everything you'll ever need. Digital, remote, power, channels, compu-link. And once you get the hang of it, its very easy to use. I love it. Once you have this, you will be set for life. The remote takes a little getting used to, but you can controll just about everything from it, which comes in very handy. I hope you choose this receiver, because im sure it will make you as happy as it made me. I RECOMEND THIS RECEIVER TO EVERYONE!

5-0 out of 5 stars Unbeatable bang for the buck!
I have this receiver in a secondary media room (what I have in the main is far too formidable & expensive to get into), and the performance for the dollar is extraordinary...If you utilize the "compulink" interlink from JVC to other JVC components as I did, you will enjoy incredible quality as well as unsurpassed (at any price) convenience. As always with a modest priced receiver such as this, you MUST use a powered subwoofer. Nothing in this price range can be expected to put out the bass power required for today's DVD soundtracks. Do yourself a favor: Go take a look at this receiver, a JVC HI FI vcr, a 200 disc JVC CD changer, a JVC DVD player, and top it all off with some incredible bargain priced AR (the PS series)speakers from J & R electronics (jandr.com). This will top you out [for a reasonable price](if you shop around)for the entire system, and nothing in that range will even come close...Trust me, I've been a hobbyist in this category for many years. Does my main system outperform this one...You bet, but at 10 times the price.Highly recommended! ... Read more


177. JVC XVN322S Progressive Scan DVD Player (Silver)
list price: $79.95
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Asin: B0009F3PXK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
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JVC Company of America (XVN322S) DVD PLAYER SILVER ... Read more

Features

  • One-Touch Instant Replay (10 sec.), Remote Control
  • Digital Direct Progressive Scan Output for high-resolution images
  • Express Play Start, Rolling Pickup
  • Video Fine Processor:7 Parameters with 2 Presets and 2 Manual Settings
  • High-Resolution Graphical User Interface, Playable Formats:DVD-Video, DVD-RW, DVD-R, CD, SVCD, VCD, CD-R/RW, MP3, JPEG

178. JVC MX-GT90 GigaTube Compact Stereo System
list price: $450.00
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Asin: B00005B99V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 80741
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Includes remote control, jog dial, 16-track program chart, and illuminated displays
  • 3-CD changer with CD-R/CD-RW playback, 32-track programmable memory, and play exchange
  • Dual auto-reverse cassette deck with CD auto edit and digital AM/FM tuner with 40-station memory
  • Unique GigaTube ported subwoofers (with 7.875-inch drivers); 3-way, biamplified speakers receive 230 watts per channel
  • Simulated surround sound effects and optical digital-audio output

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars My baby.
This stereo really is my precious. I feel like Gollum around it. It's so great, it makes me want to cry.

I received it as a birthday present years ago. The story behind it is interesting - the store I purchased this from had a few options; I believe they were all the same GT90's, just with different wattage. The sales clerk decided to sell me a GT90 system with about 150 watts (or something like that). He told me they had just gotten in a return that I would be able to purchase at a discount price. It hadn't even been opened. The customer who returned it claimed it "wasn't loud enough." But it was still unopened.

So, I purchased it with a major discount (something like $240). Then when I got home, we realized the clerk had made a mistake - he had sold us a GT90 with about 460 watts of power! At the time, its value was about $500. So it was quite a deal!

Since then I've fallen in love with this stereo. It's true that the volume is not extremely loud - but in this case it's really quality over quantity (or volume!). This stereo's sound output is so rich, textured and deep that it feels as if you are at a concert sometimes. If you use the Stadium preset, turn up the bass and crank up the volume to 30 (its maximum), you'll be blown away.

I was afraid this would be the sort of stereo that just "looks cool" but has no quality. However I've had this puppy for about three or four years now and it's still in top-notch shape. There are a few designs on it that serve no purpose other than looks (such as the fake bolts and nuts on the speakers) but who cares? It really is a monster - huge giga-bass speakers, a massive central unit.

And the huge surprise is that its size is a relatively good reflection of the system itself! This thing is awesome. If I ever have to buy a new stereo system, I'm going to buy another GigaTube. Highly recommended!

5-0 out of 5 stars awesome stereo
i just got this stereo a couple of days ago and i really rhink its awesome. It has 460 watts of great sounding power, plenty of thump to knock your stuff of the walls (the way i like it). I already had a Philips fwc-788 but i wanted more power so i bought this. i dont reret it but there is some draw backs with the stereo, first of all my Philips goes louder than this one but the JVC has more thump to it, and second of all the cd player takes a few minutes to play, other than that its the best. my cousin is so jealous of this thing. my neighbors havent sid anything to me (yet). when you unpack this thing you will be shocked at how HUGE this thing is. i had to make some ajustments with my dresser to fit it on it. my only concern about this is i have never really trusted JVC with stereos before and now i am and i hope it lives up to the reputation of working for years, oh and by the way my clock has kept the exact time since i had it pluged up and that was about four days ago. i hope this has helped some people on understanding this stereo. good luck and go for the JVC MX-GT90

4-0 out of 5 stars Awesome but....
This system is great. The quality of sound is the best that i've ever heard from a shelf system this size. Clear sound, resonating bass and powerful structure are all some of the goodies that come with the package. My only concern however, is that there is almost no volume from level 1 to 12. This is the only minor with it. Other than that it will ROCK YOUR WORLD!!! really, this has incredible power. 460Watts never sounded so good! Great sound modes, three of which you can set yourself. Easy recording capabilities. This is a MUST HAVE ONE BECAUSE HE HAS ONE kind of item. GET ONE NOW!!! you won't regret it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Noise Ever
This thing is the best i have ever seen.It is so loud.Anything over half volume and the house is shaking.There is nothing more to say, it is great

5-0 out of 5 stars giga tube
I just bought the giga tube about 3-days ago.
I really love this system!So much power and bass!
It feels like i have a home theater system.
If you want a big shelf system with lots of power,
and dont want to spend tons of money on a home theater
then get the 460 wat GIGA-TUBE!!!! ... Read more


179. JVC XLPG3B Portable CD Player
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0009FUAH4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
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Product Description

JVC XLPG-3 ... Read more

Features

  • 20-Hour Continuous Playback, includes backband-type headphones
  • Slim Design, Grip Band, Playable formats: CD, CD-R/RW
  • 45-second Anti-Shock Protection for interruption free listening, even while jogging!
  • Hyper-Bass Sound System
  • 32-track program play, Random, Repeat play

180. JVC XVN320B Progressive Scan DVD Player (Black)
list price: $79.95
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Asin: B0009E5YMQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
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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.PRODUCT FEATURES: Playable Formats: DVD-Video, DVD-RW (Video Format), DVD-R (Video Format), CD, SVCD, VCD, CD-R/RW, MP3/JPEG Digital Still (CD-R/RW); Progressive Scan Output; NTSC Playback on PAL TV; Dolby Digital/DTS/MPEG Digital Output; Component Video Output; SCART (with RGB) Connector; Digital Direct Progressive Scan Output; 192kHz/24-bit Audio D/A Converter; 10-bit/54MHz Video D/A Converter; Variable-Speed Playback with Sound and Subtitles (1.5x/1.2x/1.0x/0.8x/0.6x); Express Play Start; Rolling Pickup; VFP (Video Fine Processor): 7 Parameters with 2 Presets and 2 Manual Settings; High-Resolution GUI (Graphical User Interface); One-Touch Replay (10 Sec.); Zoom Play (3 Steps); Stylish, Ultra-Slim Design. ... Read more

Features

  • One-Touch Instant Replay (10 sec.), Remote Control
  • Digital Direct Progressive Scan Output for high-resolution images
  • Express Play Start, Rolling Pickup
  • Video Fine Processor:7 Parameters with 2 Presets and 2 Manual Settings
  • High-Resolution Graphical User Interface, Playable Formats:DVD-Video, DVD-RW, DVD-R, CD, SVCD, VCD, CD-R/RW, MP3, JPEG

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