JVC launches new DynaPix series

DUBAI - JVC (Victor Company of Japan) and its sole agent in the UAE Oasis Enterprises introduced its new DynaPix series headed by the HV-Z34L1 34-inch flat colour TV and HV-Z29V1 29-inch flat colour TV in the Middle East market



By A Staff Reporter

Published: Tue 13 Jan 2004, 12:29 PM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 12:06 AM

Each model features JVC's exclusive DIST (digital image scaling technology), which incorporates Colour Management circuit, enhancer LSI Super DigiPure and Colour DigiPure for a flicker-free, high-resolution picture with clear colour reproduction.

In addition to a sharp and detailed picture, both models are equipped with Cinema Surround that offers a theatre-like experience from the two built-in TV speakers and sound mode with equaliser. To further enhance home entertainment, they feature the BBE digital sound system and the HV-Z29V1 offers a subwoofer for outstanding sound. The DynaPix models are also HD-ready.

JVC has also introduced the new 42-inch PD-42DV2 plasma TV and the 26-inch LT-Z26S2 LCD TV. The PD-42DV2 offers a separate tuner so wiring to the display can be kept to a minimum, while the other model features a built-in tuner and high-resolution W-XGA display panel with 1280 x 768 pixels. Hisham Al Shirawi, exective director, Oasis Enterprises, subsidiary of Al Shirawi Group of Companies, said although the Middle East market comes the third in terms of importance for JVC products, following the US and Europe, it has the world's largest growth potential in electronics. Yoshikazu Yamamoto, president, JVC Gulf Fze, said: "We expect strong growth in the new fiscal year 2004, which will start in April, with the launch of these new products."


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