New JVC audio products feature simple set up advanced connectivity
Home theater systems, iPod® docks and iPod player integration are highlights.
LAS VEGAS. – JVC today unveiled a new line of audio products with a focus on design, connectivity, and simple setup and operation. Announced here in conjunction with the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the new line offers performance, ease-of-use and integration with iPod® players.
Dual iPod ® Docking Station The new dual dock NX-PN7 accommodates two iPod players side-by side, charging them simultaneously and offering playback from each through the dock’s speaker system. Supplementing iPod playback is an AM/FM tuner and adding to the unit’s versatility is a clock and timer. In addition, there’s an analog audio input for connecting other devices for playback.
Though the NX-PN7 handles two iPod players, it measures a mere 13 inches wide. It features sleek and sophisticated styling, with a black cabinet and speaker grille, and controls arrayed clearly and logically in a band along the bottom. A remote control is included. Adding a bit of flair are two illuminated strips, one under each docked iPod. These can display one of nine colors – including white, blue, red and others.
HTiB Features Elegant Design, Simple Set-Up and Versatility JVC’s new TH-F3 home theater system is a four-piece, 4.1-channel system featuring a DVD receiver with HDMI output with 1080p up-conversion, USB Host, an iPod docking station and DivX playback. To deliver on its simplicity promise, the TH-F3 features JVC’s front surround technology combined with a new speaker design, eliminating the need for rear speakers and the placement problems they often create. Further simplifying setup, there are only three speaker wires to connect. The new system is designed to complement the latest generation of flat panel TVs, with a sleek, black-on-black main unit and small, cylindrical, wall-mountable main speakers.
JVC Makes Home Theater Simple with Three New Home Entertainment Systems Three new JVC home entertainment systems, the TH-G30, TH-G40 and TH-G50, are 1000-watt, 5.1-channel systems comprised of a progressive scan DVD receiver, five speakers and a subwoofer. The new systems also include a high-quality HDMI output with 1080p video up-conversion for connectivity with the latest HD televisions to enhance picture quality and sound. In addition, two of the three new systems offer iPod connectivity.
The TH-G50 features wireless rear speakers, simplifying set-up and eliminating the need to run wires across the room. Both the TH-G50 and TH-G40 offer Made for iPod compliance, with a provided docking station that allows the user to control play, pause and skip functions and routes video from an iPod (5G models only) through the system and to a connected display. What’s more, the iPod charges while connected.
All three systems are designed to complement the latest generation of sleekly styled flat panel TVs. The glossy black low-profile receiver has illuminated touch panel controls, while the speakers are likewise slim designs.
Built-in iPod Dock in One of Two New JVC Micro Systems The JVC UX-GP5 is a three-piece desktop audio system that offers the usual CD and AM/FM playback, but also offers convenient iPod playback through an iPod dock built into the front panel. When not in use, the dock is concealed behind a flip-down door. Other features include a total power output of 70 watts, a surround mode that creates a wider sound field through the systems two speakers, illuminated function keys and a front analog audio input for connecting other devices for playback through the system.
The JVC UX-G28 is another three-piece desktop system. Among its features is USB Host, allowing playback of music files from external USB mass storage devices, including flash audio players, card readers and USB memory drives. Other features include 16 watts of total power, CD player, AM/FM tuner, timer/clock and a front analog audio input.
Powerful New JVC Mini Systems Include Built-In iPod Docks JVC’s new mini system line-up includes the MX-KC38, a powerful 220-watt mini system, and the MX-KC68, a 400-watt mini system featuring a separate powered subwoofer. In addition to an iPod dock, both models include JVC’s Sound Turbo for wall-shaking low frequency performance, CD player and AM/FM tuner. The systems’ iPod dock is an illuminated, recessed compartment on the front panel. An included remote control simulates the iPod control wheel, allowing users to scroll through artists or playlists, adjust the volume, and skip songs. Both systems feature a new, aggressive design wrapped in black.
About JVC Company of America
JVC Company of America, headquartered in Wayne, New Jersey, is a division of JVC Americas Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Victor Company of Japan Ltd., and a holding company for JVC companies located in North and South America. JVC distributes a complete line of video and audio equipment, including high definition displays, camcorders, DVD players and recorders, home and portable audio equipment, mobile entertainment products and recording media. For further product information, visit JVC’s Web site at http://www.jvc.com or call 800-526-5308.
Note: iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
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