JVC Microphones
JVC Microphones

JVC Company of America (known only in Japan as the Victor Company of Japan) is an international consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. It is known as one of the world’s leading developers and manufacturers of sophisticated audio, video and related products. JVC offers consumer products such as JVC Microphones high definition televisions, digital video camcorders/cameras, satellite receivers, DVD players and audio component systems and accessories. They also offer professional electronics products with a complete line of broadcast and presentation equipment.

JVC was founded in 1927 as the Victor Company of Japan as a subsidiary of the U.S. phonograph and record company the Victor Talking Machine Company. In the 1930s JVC produced mostly phonographs and records, until 1932 when they started producing radios. In 1939 they produced Japan’s first TV. Fast forward to 1976, JVC introduced VHS videocassette recorders to the market. Followed by the personal computer with a 3.5 MHz processor and 64KB RAM in 1986. In 2005, JVC developed the first DVD+RW. JVC is now known for their top-performing HD-ILA high definition rear projection TVs and their ground-breaking hard drive Everio digital camcorders. Presently, JVC has made headlines as the first-ever corporate partner of the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. They have also forged partnerships with ESPN Zone and Foxploration. They even joined HANA (the High Definition Audio-Video Network Alliance) to help establish standards in consumer electronics.

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The MV-89, MV-79, and MV J3-BK models are JVC microphones:

JVC Microphones Review
JVC Microphones Review

The JVC Microphones MV-89 is a uni-directional dynamic microphone. It is made specifically for professional vocal use. It has a frequency response of 15,000Hz and an impedance of 600 ohms. It also features a black exterior, an on / off switch, a 16ft. cord and a gold plated phone plug. A mini to phone plug adapter is included as well as a XLR type connector.

The JVC Microphones MV-79 is a uni-directional dynamic microphone. It is very similar to the professional MV-89 version. The only difference is that the MV-79 is most ideal for Karaoke usage. This is due to its lower frequency of 13,000Hz (compared to the MV-89: 15,000Hz) and an impedance of 600 ohms. It features an on/off switch, a 16 ft. cord and a mini to phone plug adaptor.

The JVC Microphones MV J3-BK is also a “Karaoke type” microphone. The biggest difference between the MV J3-BK and the MV-79 is that the J3-BK has a red trim on its mesh and a pop-noise filter with a 29 mm diameter unit. On the other hand, similar features include a frequency response of 13,000Hz and an impedance of 600 ohms. With an integrated form factor and a gold-plated plug, the uni-directional dynamic MV-J3-BK is a bargain for the performance.

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