Since the start of the Victor Company of Japan in 1927, JVC has
made technological advances that have helped influence the
direction in which the world has evolved. As the first company to
press phonograph records in Japan and the inventor of the VHS video
format, it's been one innovation after another.
JVC's vision is for a 'High Definition World', where everyone
can view (display), record, and capture (create) High Definition
& Progressive Scan images. The quest for images of higher
density, definition, and quality, has led JVC to draw upon the
enormous potential of progressive scan technology. In 2003, JVC
launched 'JVC Progressive World™', where anyone can discover
recording, playback, and display devices that will open your eyes
to the fundamentally superior quality of progressive scan. From
recording, and editing, to viewing, progressive scan offers a sense
of clarity, purity, and reality that interlace scanning simply
can't match. It's a system that ensures extreme performance and
promises to elevate your experience to new heights. The Perfect
Experience.....that's what it's all about, and at JVC, it's not
just words... it's quality you can see.
With the introduction of the world's first High Definition
camcorder in 2003, JVC was the first
electronics manufacturer to have completed the HD cycle for
consumers (view, record, and capture), putting the benefits of
progressive scan and HD within everybody's reach.
JVC's presence in Australia spans across consumer audio/visual
electronics and professional products for commercial industries.
JVC is considered to be an industry leader in A/V technology with
many milestones throughout its history supporting it's position as
one of the top electronics brands in the industry.