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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.
2005 Introduced digital audio player XA-AL55 and XA-MP101/MP51.
2004 Introduced D-ILA rear projection TV. Introduced home theater projection system DLA-HD2K. Introduced hard disk camcorder "Everio" GZ-MC200/MC100.
2003 Introduced GR-HD1, high-definition digital video camera. Introduced EX-A1, DVD compact components system.
2002 Established in 1927, JVC celebrate 75 years of bringing technology to your home. From developing the world's first gramophone to introducing the standard VHS format JVC have much to be proud of. This year the company enter the UK PC market with the new Mobile Mini Note PC range. Other new technologies this year; 6.1 surround sound in home cinema system, hard disc in audio and a combination DVD/VHS player. Introduced PD-42/35DT3, plasma displays.
2001 Once again JVC are winners with the launch of the Worlds Smallest and Lightest Digital Camcorder, the GR-DVP1 and GR-DVP3 Miniature series. JVC launches Trojan series (GR-DV2000 & GR-DV1800) with 1.92 Megapixel UXGA image capability - the world's highest digital still function on a movie camcorder. The HM-HDS1 combined hard disk and S-VHS recorder is introduced to the UK.
2000 Announcement of combined VCR / Video Hard Disk recorder. TH-A10R wins EISA award for European Theatre System of the Year 2000-2001. The XV-D723GD and XV-D721BK are marketed as JVC's first UK DVD-A decks.
1999 Launch of the HM-DR10000 - the world's first D-VHS video recorder.
1997 JVC enters into the digital broadcast system market and announces the launch of the HM-DSR100 Digital Satellite Recorder - featuring the revolutionary digital bit stream recording technology D-VHS.
1996 Development of the world's smallest and lightest digital video camera, the GR-DV1.
1995 Development of Telecommunication Karaoke system; Development of D-VHS; Dynamic Drum system; Development of Digital-S format.
1994 Development of 20bit K2 processing technology; Development of the world's smallest and lightest high-definition camera.
1993 Development of ILA Super Projector; Development of W-VHS for HDTV.
1992 Digital Vision Karaoke system.
1991 Development of diaphragm for higher-range speakers; Multi Wide Vision TV.
1990 CD+G Karaoke cassette recorder; Development of S-VHS Digital Audio System.
1989 K2 Interface; CD+G (CD plus graphics); CD Rom HDTV still picture; Development of S-VHS-C cassette with extended recording time.
1988 DAP (Digital Acoustic Processor); Digital Pure-A amplification; Introduction of Super Euro System.
1987 DAT (Digital Audio Tape) recorders; Introduction of the Super VHS format; Super VHS decks and Video Movies; New- media -ready TV.
1986 Mini VHS VideoMovies; CTL Coding System for VHS; SDSR base film.
1985 Auto-reverse full logic personal stereo; HQ (High Quality) VHS System; Auto focus VHS Video Movies; MBF tape coating using barium ferrium; 3-dimensional VHD system.
1984 Auto-reverse double cassette decks; Compact Discs; VHS Video Movies; New high performance based film NBSR.
1983 Dynamic Super A-Amplification Development of Hi-fi VHS system; Compact Lolux cameras; Marketing of VHD system in Japan.
1982 Co-Development of Dolby-C NR IC World's smallest and lightest video recorder (VHS-C standard) VHS-C compact video cassettes; HG (High Grade) VHS Video cassettes.
1980 Super-A amplification circuit.
1979 PCM audio processors; Metal audio tapes; DAS-900 Digital Audio Mastering System; World's first 4-head SP/EP VHS video recorder.
1978 World's first metal tape-compatible cassette deck; World's first portable VHS system; Multiplex TV receiving system.
1976 Development of VHS 1/2" home video format; Development of VHS video cassettes.
1974 World's first portable colour VTR.
1973 World's first quartz-servo turntable.
1971 3/4" U-format video cassette recorders.
1970 CD-4 4 channel record technology.
1966 S.E.A graphic equalizers.
1959 World's first 2-head helical scanning VTR.
1958 Marketing of Japan's first stereo system; Development of 45/45 degree groove system for stereo records.
1957 Japan's first Electronic Organ.
1956 Marketing of tape recorders.
1955 R&D starts on VTRs.
1954 Japan's first EP (Extended Playing) records.
1953 Japan's first LP (Long Playing) records.
1939 Japan's first TV.
1932 Production of Radios.
1930 Production of phonographs & records.