Tuesday, September 26, 2023

How good is the JVC screen brand? That’s what Profeco says

JVC is one of the world’s most recognized brands for its technological innovations and its screens are no exception, being among the crowd’s favorites, but how good are they? That’s what Profeco says.

To answer this question and help users choose the best option, the Federal Office of Consumer Protection (Profeco) conducted a quality study in which it analyzed 20 models of LED screens from nine different brands.

As part of the study, the agency evaluated aspects such as the audio and picture quality of the televisions and their features that provide consumers with sufficient information.

How good is the JVC screen brand according to Profeco?

Profeco analyzed two JVC brand models, which he rated as “Sufficient” and “Very Good” on a scale from “Adequate” to “Excellent”.

The first of these was the 43-inch model JVC SI43US with a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160 Ultra High Definition (UHD), which received a rating of “sufficient” in the aspects of color, contrast and audio. While the black level and uniformity were “good”.

The second was the 50-inch model JVC SI50UR ​​​​with a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160 (UHD). In this case the color was “sufficient”, the tone “good”, the uniformity “very good”; and contrast and black uniformity “Excellent”

Finally, Profeco noted that JVC screens offer “acceptable performance,” sufficient for watching free over-the-air TV channels, videos and movies on the Internet.

In addition, he highlighted that these have a one-year warranty and features such as Ethernet ports, HDMI, USB, digital audio output, applications such as Deezer, Tune In, Netflix, YouTube; and removable power cord.

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