Thanks to the partner Vestel, the new VAO9200 smart TVs by JVC are preparing to arrive on the market, also in Europe, with 55 and 65 ” UHD OLEDs ready for Dolby Vision and accompanied by 24W of sound with surround even virtual.
After the fielding of a new pair of wireless earphones, complete with ANC and anti-wind devices, the Japanese brand JVC, using the Turkish Vestel plants that assembles them, has announced a new series of smart TVs, belonging to the acronym VAO9200.
The new JVC VAO9200 use 55-inch (for the LT-55VAO9200) and 65-inch (for the LT-65VAO9200 model) OLED panels, with the WRGB matrix which, by providing a specific subpixel for white, ensures more precision on gray and white, but also that the panel lasts longer, since it will not be necessary to turn on the blue, red, yellow subpixels every time you want to get white. The presence of a quadcore processor allows the series to obtain a whole series of advantages in terms of image optimizations.
Those in motion, for example, will be more fluid thanks to the MEMC technology of interpolation of simulated frames, managed by the aforementioned SoC which, for its part, will also take care of the upscaling to UltraHD resolution of those images that are at a lower resolution. The level of detail will be increased by the application of the “Super Resolution” function, where the software feature of “MicroDimming”, juggling the gamma curve to enhance the light and dark, will sharpen the sense of contrast.
Accredited with support for high dynamic range, in Dolby Vision, HLG and HDR10 formats, the JVC OLED UHD VAO9200 series of smart TVs integrates, in terms of sound accompaniment delivered by the 2.1-channel system, an output of 24W of total power, thanks to two 12W speakers each with support for DTS Virtual: X (surround without extra speakers), DTS: X (object-based encoding, or multidimensional audio that surrounds the user), and Dolby Atmos.
Controllable via remote control, the JVC VA09200 series of TVs can also be managed thanks to the Assistant commands, a clear signal of the choice as the Android TV operating system, with integrated Chromecast integration (mirroring is also possible via Miracast thanks to Wi-Fi) and the Play Store, from which to download the well-known streams (eg Netflix, Prime Video, Disney +, etc). On the back, in terms of ports, there are, among others, the headphone output, the CI + slot for Pay TV (however there are DVB-T2 and S2 decoders for digital terrestrial and satellite), an RJ-45, the S / PDIF, and a trio of HDMI that pay homage to gamers (already benefited from the 100-120 Hz refresh rate) of the eARC and the ALLM (auto lowering of latency when gaming), although no mention is made of VRR for cope with tearing).