JVC, a provider of home audio equipment, and DivX, a digital media company, have announced the DivX Certification of a new Blu-ray home theater system from JVC. This home theater system will be available for the customers all over Europe starting this September.
DivX believes that the DivX Certification of JVC’s NX-BD3 offers consumers a complete solution for their home entertainment, apart from significantly enhancing the company’s momentum within the Blu-ray market. The company says it is delighted to work with JVC in offering a superior solution for their digital video. DiVX is committed to facilitating a high-quality media experience across any device platform.
Providing the capability to play back high-quality DivX video, the new DivX Certified system, the NX-BD3, is JVC’s first entry into the Blu-ray market, which gives consumers a comprehensive approach to premium home entertainment. Allowing consumers to seamlessly play back content over wired or wireless home networks, the NX-BD3 is built around the world’s first DLNA Certified (Digital Living Network Alliance) Blu-ray Theater System that brings libraries of video stored on the PC to the living room. NX-BD3 users can now enjoy high-quality digital videos burned to CDs or DVDs with DivX Certification.
To ensure a high-quality DivX media experience, products that bear the DivX Certified logo have undergone a rigorous testing program.
“The demand for DivX video playback in living room consumer electronics encouraged us to consider it as a checklist feature for our next generation home theater system,” said Hiroshi Nishiumi, deputy general manager of the engineering department, Audio/Video Systems Division, Victor Company of Japan, Limited. “The NX-BD3 provides our customers with a premium entertainment experience and we believe that working with DivX has considerably enhanced this, differentiating us from our competitors.”
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Edited by Michelle Robart