NEW JVC HOME THEATER SYSTEM COMBINES ELEGANT DESIGN, SIMPLE SET-UP AND VERSATILITY
New four-piece, 4.1-channel system features front surround, hi-fi component design and full connectivity.
LAS VEGAS, January 6, 2008 – A new JVC home theater system announced today offers simple set-up, high performance and connectivity options that allow it to accommodate the full range of digital home entertainment devices, all wrapped in an elegant, hi-fi component-style design.
JVC’s new TH-F3 home theater system is a four-piece, 4.1-channel system featuring a DVD receiver with HDMI output with 1080p up-conversion, USB Host, an iPod® docking station and DivX playback. To deliver on its simplicity promise, the TH-F3 features JVC’s front surround technology combined with a new speaker design, eliminating the need for rear speakers and the placement problems they often create. Further simplifying setup, there are only three speaker wires to connect. The new system is designed to complement the latest generation of flat panel TVs, with a sleek, black-on-black main unit and small, cylindrical, wall-mountable main speakers.
At the heart of JVC’s new TH-F3 home theater system is a compact DVD receiver with a two-tone flat/glossy black cabinet and a large, prominent aluminum volume knob. Features include USB Host, allowing easy connection and playback of music, movie and picture files from external USB mass storage devices, including flash audio players, card readers, USB memory drives and digital still cameras. Supported file formats include MP3, WMA, JPEG, MPEG-4 ASF and DivX Ultra, the latest version of the popular video compression technology. Files of every supported format can be played back through a device connected via USB Host or from a CD/DVD. An included iPod dock allows easy playback of music files and offers iPod control and charging.
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