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JVC Showcases 120Hz Refresh Rate Televisions

Posted by Nino Marchetti Categories: HDTV, Home Entertainment

JVC LT-37X987JVC last week unveiled two new high definition flat panel LCD televisions with a 120Hz refresh rate. The new 37-inch LT-37X987 (around $2,700) and 32-inch LT-32X987 (around $2,000) will be available in August and October respectively.

JVC’s first 120Hz televisions, said the consumer electronics manufacturer, were first introduced last fall in Japan. Now coming to the United States, these televisions produce images at 120 frames per second, which is reportedly double the typical rate. This, coupled with the insertion of an interpolated image, reportedly produces a significant reduction in blurring or ghost images.

Other features of these JVC televisions include “ATSC/QAM/NTSC tuning, digital 3D Y/C comb filter with DTV cross color elimination, digital noise reduction, MPEG noise reduction, and a full complement of inputs and outputs – two HDMI inputs, two component inputs, two S-Video inputs, 15 pin D-Sub PC input, optical digital audio out and audio output”.

Read More | JVC Press Release

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Those TV’s sound amazing. Products like this make me wish that I had more money to spare ($2700 is a bit too expensive for me). I did find it a little disappointing that it’s not 1080p. I think that if LCD TV’s make it to 120 Hz in 1080p, the ultimate in TV will have been achieved (or at least until a new, better TV resolution comes along). I’m really glad that they’re including all those HDMI and component inputs, though. It seems like that’s the way that HDTV’s are starting to go - no more 1 HDMI input TV’s. When I was looking at HDTV’s at the store the other day, it seemed like most of Samsung’s HDTV’s included multiple HDMI ports, as well as a plethora of other inputs. I really hope that other companies follow suit.

the rez is still too low.

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