Founded in 1927 in Yokohama, Japan the Victor Company of Japan, Ltd (JVC) is a global producer of international consumer and professional electronics equipment from the first Japanese televisions to the development of the Video Home System (VHS) video recorder. In 2008, JVC merged with Kenwood Corporation to create JVC Kenwood Holdings. JVC equipment ranges include professional video cameras, mixing consoles and many more broadcast, film and audio products.
JVC equipment a broad range of products manufactured in many different countries and has a long history of innovation. Notable milestones include, the Videosphere, a portable cathode ray tube (CRT) television and the first discrete system for four channel quadraphonic sound on vinyl records. In the late 1970’s JVC and Sony fought a hard battle over VHS and Betamax with the JVC version, VHS, ultimately winning out.
JVC professional audio and video products now include a range of professional HD camcorders, studio monitors, studio components, field monitors and much more.