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JVC announces 1080p LCDs with 120 Hz display

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 18 May 2007 16:04 User comments (4)

JVC announces 1080p LCDs with 120 Hz display JVC has launched 3 new models in their 1080p LCD TV line that are packing a brand new display engine. The new engine, dubbed "Clear Motion Drive II", better handles fast movement.
The technology is said to "dramatically improve processing by interpolating on-screen movement in any direction using 8,000 surrounding pixels and adapting the technology to a full HD, 1080p panel. JVC even boasts that its new LCDs with an 8ms pixel repsonse can beat a 60Hz set with no lag whatsoever.

The thee new sets, the 37-inch LT-37X898, 42-inch LT-42X898, and 47-inch LT-47X898 all advertise full 1080p resolution and 120Hz display. All include HDMI 1.3 inputs as well which JVC said can be used to see "deep" colors from the Sony PlayStation 3 and HD DVD and Blu ray players.

Official dates and prices will be released soon said JVC.

Source:
Electronista

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4 user comments

118.5.2007 17:13

All this because they have to make the ps3 look good although the new HD DVD's also need higher quality.

218.5.2007 18:30
ThaJazz
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it seems that JVC is a sony fanboy. HA HA HA HA

319.5.2007 7:55

or rather, they're a fan of better quality images. The PS3 is just one of hopefully many uses for 1080p. Have they actually done it this time? I've seen so many "1080p" LCD TVs, that despite being branded with advertising that they can display 1080p properly, will in fact only accept 1080i. It's about time.

421.5.2007 17:45

Even more reason to wait for an upgrade. They just keep making the stuff better and better.

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