JVC was established in Yokohama, Japan in 1927 as the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. firm, Victor Talking Machine Company. Originally a company that manufactured phonographs and records, indeed, JVC pressed the first record in Japan, offering a rare combination of hardware and software production capability. In 1932, JVC began producing radios, and in 1939 Japan’s first locally made television. Today the record company in Japan is known as Victor Entertainment.
Today, JVC continues its record of innovation. Its world-class technology extends well beyond the consumer marketplace with products and systems used by major airlines and the U.S. Military and in broadcast and network television facilities throughout the world.
JVC projectors are used in many premium Home Cinema and Media Room Installations thanks to their superb image quality alongside excellent image processing.