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[CES 2011] JVC introduced two iPod ready Soundbar Home Theater systems
Looking for a real all-in-one audio system capable to fit a compact space but still capable to deliver outstanding sound, you should then definitively have a look at JVC’s latest TH-BC3 and TH-BC1 soundbars. Both models come with SRS StudioSound HD that processes up to 6.1 channels for playback over two speakers or headphones.
The high-end model, the TH-BC3 comes with a push-open dock for iPod and iPhone, HDMI 1.4, 3D Video ready pass through, ARC (Audio Return Channel), FM Tuner and Video out put for both iPod and iPhone.
The TH-BC1 in the other hands does not features iPod or iPhone support but comes with The TH-BC1 features an analog input and two digital audio inputs (optical and coaxial) and a subwoofer pre-out.
For the best possible sound experience both new JVC soundbars offer SRS StudioSound HD™, comprised of SRS TruSurround HD™ and SRS TruVolume™. SRS TruSurround HD processes up to 6.1 channels for playback over two speakers or headphones and uses proprietary algorithms from SRS Labs to optimize bass performance. SRS TruVolume eliminates volume fluctuations when switching from one source to another.
The entry level JVC TH-BC1 offers easy setup and is a 60-watt (30 watts per channel), two-channel SRS StudioSound HD front surround soundbar with built-in FM tuner. The TH-BC1 features an analog input and two digital audio inputs (optical and coaxial) and a subwoofer pre-out.
The TH-BC3 adds a push-open dock for iPod®/iPhone® and HDMI 1.4 – two inputs/one output.
It features HDMI CEC connectivity, 3D ready video pass through, stand by pass through and ARC (Audio Return Channel) for easy setup and usability. The TH-BC3 also adds a composite video output for enjoying movies via iPod®/iPhone®.
The TH-BC1 will be available in January 2011 for $149.95 and the TH-BC3 will be available in February 2011 for $249.95.