JVC Introduces 3D LCD Monitor For Custom Installers

Posted: Sep 14 2009, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:15pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
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JVC has introduced a new 3D LCD monitor that is aimed at the professional installer market called the GD-46310. The projector promises a flicker free 3D image thanks to an Xpol polarizing filter that is battery-free and passive. The LCD is 1.5-inches thick and measures 46-inches diagonally.

The screen is compatible with line-by-line and side-by-side 3D video formats. Information for the left and right eye is constantly displayed on the screen so strobbing glasses are not needed. The LCD includes two pairs of battery-free light polarizing glasses.

Other features of the LCD include three HDMI inputs supporting 1080p resolution. For times when 3D content isn’t desired the LCD can also work as a normal 1080p screen. The GY-463D10 is available now for $9,153.

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