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Thursday, April 07, 2005
JVC Releases HD-61MD60 and HD-52MD60 Rear Projection HDTVs


Victor Company of Japan, Ltd. (JVC) today announced the release of two rear projection HDTVs based on the company?s original Direct-Drive Image Light Amplifier high-resolution microdisplay device.

For the Japanese Market Only.

Featuring JVC?s original D-ILA high-resolution device for bright, smooth large-screen images; integrated terrestrial, broadcast satellite and 110-degree CS digital tuner; Genessa ?Image Intelligence?*1; reduced power consumption.

The new sets are available in 52-inch (HD-52MD60) and 61-inch (HD-61MD60) sizes, and support terrestrial, broadcast satellite and 110-degree CS digital high definition broadcasts.

JVC will market the rear projection HDTVs using D-ILA device as the Big Screen EXE series. The company has positioned the new sets as the third JVC option for large-screen flat panel televisions, in addition to the company?s existing plasma and LCD television offerings. These products are designed to meet the rapidly growing demand for large-screen televisions in Japan, which has been driven by the widespread availability of terrestrial and broadcast satellite digital television broadcasts.



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