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 JVC Exhibits Exciting Technologies at CEATEC JAPAN 2004
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Message Text: JVC) will have products on exhibit at the "CEATEC JAPAN 2004" to be held from Tuesday, October 5 through Saturday, October 9 at the Makuhari Messe (Nippon Convention Center).

Displaying JVC's continuing commitment to excellence, the exhibit reveals the future of audio-visual technology, spotlighting the company's high-clarity, ultra high-resolution imaging and "emotional" sound technologies.

Main Attractions at the JVC Booth (Located in Hall 3A32)

1. Extremely High Resolution Video Theater (Prototype Technology)

The JVC Extremely High Resolution Video Theater features images taken with a 4K Super High Definition (HD) video camera, which delivers roughly four times the resolution of conventional HDTV format. Images will be shown using a 4K2K D-ILA projector. JVC, in collaboration with NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation), will present a sneak preview of Super High-Vision images with 4,320 scanning lines. NHK is planning to deliver Super High-Vision images which are four times the resolution of 4K Super HDTV technology, using the 4K2K D-ILA projectors at the forthcoming EXPO 2005 Aichi Japan.

2. Genessa-Equipped Flat Panel Displays and HD-ILA Rear Projection Television (Prototype Technology)

Products on display include the latest plasma and LCD TVs equipped with Genessa "Image Intelligence" technology, the Luciole optical wireless HDTV transmission system, and the HD-ILA rear projection televisions currently available in North America.

3. Everio Digital Media Cameras

The JVC booth will introduce visitors to the fun and innovative Everio line of digital media cameras, which can shoot up to 60 minutes of DVD-quality video or 10,000 digital stills using a one-inch 4GB Microdrive? card that contains a one inch removable hard disk drive.

4. JVC Super Technology Gallery

This gallery introduces the latest technology from JVC, a leader in delivering exciting, high-quality audio and images.

A. Full HD Genessa (Prototype Technology): See high-quality images that utilize Genessa "Image Intelligence" technology for Full HD (1920x1080 pixel resolution) displays.

B. Fast Response LCD Drive (Prototype Technology): A proprietary JVC technology that addresses the major weakness of LCDs by significantly improving response rates for liquid crystal displays.

C. Video Camera Spatial Soundstage System (Prototype Technology): Adapts JVC's audio technology for video cameras to deliver a soundstage that surpasses the spatial qualities of audio from conventional video cameras.

D. Home Network TV (Prototype Technology): An innovative communication system that uses a home network to deliver video, still images, music and other content from other rooms to a living room plasma television system.

E. Hearing Aid System: Hear demonstrations of JVC's speech enhancement technologies, developed in collaboration with the Science & Technical Research Laboratories of NHK, using actual radio and television broadcasts.

5. DVD Recorders and Blu-ray Disc Recorders

This year we have the latest line-ups of "Kairoku Lupin" DVD Recorders, as well as Blu-ray disc recorders (prototype technology) to support digital high-definition broadcasts.

6. Full HD and Wood Cone Theater

We have installed a full HD home theater system in our viewing room. The system uses a D-ILA projector "DLA-HD2K" with 1920 x 1080 pixel full HD resolutions. The projector is connected with a digital high-definition video player "HM-DHX2" with built-in HDMI outputs. You can also enjoy the natural, emotional sound provided by the world's first wood cone speakers which are currently sold well in stores.
 
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