|JVC Goes 3D With a 46 Inch LCD|
|Home Theater News LCD HDTV News|
|Written by AVRev.com|
|Monday, 14 September 2009|
Available now on the custom home installation market, JVC’s new GD-463D10 display is looking to add a new dimension to high end home theaters. JVC’s 3D TV is just one of several recently announced, but surprisingly it was not originally intended for the consumer market. According to JVC, the GD-463D10 was developed in order to meet demands from producers looking for a display for use in creation and edition of 3D movies.
This of course means that it falls on the polarizing side of the spectrum when it comes to 3D delivery. Unlike Sony, who use active, electronic glasses, JVC’s contribution to the 3D market uses the passive, non battery operated 3D delivery format commonly seen at theaters. The display comes with two sets of Xpol polarizing glasses, but no information is available yet on purchasing additional glasses. The JVC GD-463D10 offers a 2,000:1 native contrast ratio, a 178 degree viewing angle, and a trio of HDMI inputs that support 1080/24p, 50p and 60p. JVC’s hope for capturing the 3D market is positioned at a suggested price of $9,153.