NEW JVC Receivers

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  1. Bill Will

    Bill Will Screenwriter

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    Just happened to be poking around on JVC's website & I came across these:

    830 130 watts X 6
    730 110 watts X 6
    630 100 watts X 5

    They also have new "FACES"

    Now don't jump on me about JVC just wanted to point out that they were up on JVC's site. But I must add that I did buy my daughter the 910 with the RF remote & she loves it & has had no problems with it at all. On last years 820 the only way to get the center back speaker was to add an extra amp. Wonder if JVC is using "new" or bigger amps? & how close they will come to meeting that spec of 130 watts? Even if they spec out at around 70 watts (Think Panasonic 100) they might not be too bad if they got the noise levels down on them.
     
  2. Dave*WB

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    I don't know anything about their newer stuff, but I can say that I have a JVC Pro-Logic reciever that I bought about 10 years ago when I was in college, and it still works like brand new. Never had any problems with it.

    Dave
     
  3. Wayne Ernst

    Wayne Ernst Cinematographer

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    More specifically, here's a link to the receivers: JVC Receivers

    The model numbers are actually:

    RX-6030VBK
    RX-7030VBK
    RX-8030VBK
     
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    I love the clean look of the higher priced receivers. Very snazzy!
     
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    Greg Kolinski Second Unit

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    I have had 3 JVC A/V recievers over the years,and have found them GREAT "bang for the buck".Thet dont really compare to my HK 520,but for the cost of them,and all the features they had,I was quite happy with them.Also never had any problems with them,the 2 I still have laying around work great.
     
  6. Bill Will

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    ON the new RX-8030 it looks like they got rid of the on-screen menu system [​IMG] & the front computer audio input is now an optical digital input.
     
  7. Bill Will

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    I also saw on some website the "new" RX-DP20 (Replacement for the DP10?) 120 watts X 7 No price though but the DP10 had some pretty good reviews so maybe the DP20 THX receiver wiil be a good one at a reasonable price?
     
  8. JessePr

    JessePr Auditioning

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    I've been looking at the 8020, I wasn't aware the 8030 was already out. I like the onscreen display and I'm happy with 5.1 so I might go with the 8020 if they start selling cheap now.
     
  9. Bill Will

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    I don't think the 830 is out yet, I would guess April? It also looks like they took off the Center Speaker Tone Control on the 830, if that's important to you. But now would be the time to start looking & fighting over prices on an 820 [​IMG]
     
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    I've been looking at the 8020, I wasn't aware the 8030 was already out. I like the onscreen display and I'm happy with 5.1 so I might go with the 8020 if they start selling cheap now.
     

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