Reviews the JVC LT-46 DS 9 BU, the web’s premier TV reviews and feedback platform has today published its review of the JVC LT-46 DS 9 BU, a 46 inch Full HD LCD TV available since summer 2008. The website also features rich resources in the form of background articles, latest TV news and reviews from leading experts and user feedback.

Edgware, United Kingdom, March 20, 2010 --( expert team combined objective laboratory instruments and comprehensive subjective analysis to test the JVC LT-46 DS 9 BU, a 46 inch Full HD LCD TV Reviews. The TV scored an average rating of 6.1 points on a scale of 10 in the “Editor’s Rating” category. The review enumerates the positives of the TV as gorgeous design, natural colours and Judder-free 24p. On the down side the poor factory setup, poor quality of sound and no front mounted inputs left the test team disappointed. Florian Friedrich, editor-in-chief, said: “The JVC LT-46 DS 9 BU is ideal for home cinema with crisp details, natural colours, fluid 24p playback and excellent looks.”

The review goes on to describe the features of the JVC TV set. The test team was highly impressed with the sleek design of the 46 incher which boasts of a 2cm slim screen frame and a depth of 3.9cm which is impressively small for a screen admeasuring 117cm. But the review states that the looks offer a compromise as wall mounting the TV will prevent easy access to the YUV and Scart sockets at the rear of the TV set. The remote control was found to be well designed and laid out. The only issue that the test team had was that in the “Bright” preset, the colour temperature of the televisions was too cool and needed major tedious adjustments from the user. The combined tuner in the JVC TV set was found to receive only analogue and DVB-T signals but digital and satellite TV signals would require a tuner to ensure that no signals are missed out. The review also point out the presence of the Teletext decoder that supports Level 1.5 allowing you to display text pages beside the image. Multimedia capabilities of the JVC cover all the basic connections except for a VGA connection. The test team also was happy that the TV was supplied with a swivel stand but wall mounting would demand a separate purchase of a wall bracket. The review states that the “DigiPure” mode and the “MPEG Noise Reduction” functions don’t improve the picture and should rather be turned off with the only exception of the colour management functions. The DVB-T tuner produces sharper images but with considerable digital artifacts which cannot be dispensed with even when the “MPEG Noise Reduction” is turned on. The “DigiPure” function can improve some of the DVD playback for enhancing fine details and weak contrast picture. The test team found that the JVC delivered balanced colours overall and an accurate colour temperature. The speakers of the 46 incher were found to be pointing downwards and therefore the sound was disappointing in spite of the “Maxxbass” feature being incorporated. The review then provides a set of ideal settings for the Televisions that were derived by the test team at the in-house test theatre for displaying HDTV/Blu-ray signal via an HDMI interface in darkened environments. Friedrich said: “The 46 inch JVC LT-46 DS 9 BU suffers from a few drawbacks, but with super sleek looks and excellent picture it still makes a very good buy for home cinema patrons.”

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