Tuesday, 9 April 2013

JVC 46-inch GD-463D10 3D LCD HDTV Available in the US

It's a fact that after Blu-ray, 3D imagery may be the next big thing to
come in the multimedia entertainment industry. These being said, today
at the CEDIA 2009 event, JVC have announced their new 46-inch GD-463D10
3D LCD HDTV comes to the US and has a pretty hefty price tag attached.

Usually, 3D TVs work using LCD shutter glasses which open and close the
visibility on each eye separately, so that each eye gets a different
image. But the new JVC GD-463D10 panel is actually a really big screen
that generates stereoscopic images using a circular polarizing filter
— making the complicated, powered LCD shutter glasses, really,
un-necessary.

The 46-inch GD-463D10 comes with a 1080p FullHD display that sports a
2000:1 contrast ratio and doesn't suffer from the strobing effect. It
features 3 HDMI sockets, 178-degree viewing angles and two sets of those
dorky (to be read geeky) 3D polarizing glasses.

Highly appealing, the most interesting thing about the new JVC 46-inch
GD-463D10 3D LCD HDTV is that it reaches the US shore and should sell
for nothing less than $9153.
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