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JVC stands for 'Japan Victor Company' and is based in Yokohama, Japan. The company was founded in 1927. JVC is a $7 billion international company with more that 20 subsidiary firms and sells more than $100 Million of computer products annually in the United States. JVC produce a wide range of electrical products such as video players, dvd players, computer hardware, cd players, music stereos and more. The company's main claims to fame are that it created Japan's first televisions, and inventing the VHS system. JVC invented the VHS format, for the consumer market in 1976, whereas Sony introduced the Betamax version a year before in 1975. The result was a resounding victory for JVC.

 

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Posted on 07 / 07 / 2003

Includes standard features like CD, DVD, VCD, CDR and CDRW compatible playback, DTS compatible output, is compatible with Digital Theatre System surround sound and is also Dolby Digital compatible. It works well with my 32 inch flat screen Toshiba tv. This is a beautiful dvd unit with a very nice finish and layout of the controls on the dvd box and remote control are easy to understand and sturdy. The blue text display is very clear and easy to read, not cramped and blurry like other units I have observed and the unit is quite deep in physical size. Therefore you should ensure that you have enough space available within your cabinet before purchasing the unit.

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Matthew Mills, Jersey


JVC GRD53 Camcorder

User rating - - The Camcorder works ok but no better than a cheaper model. The wind cut facility is hopeless and even in the slightest wind the roar on the camera is terrible so much so that you have to turn down the volume to watch the video playback. Not worth the £500 paid. Contact with the JVC helpdesk is appalling and very unhelpful. JVC after sales non existent.

By User - Bob Hall