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I had thought that all of the JVC 60-70 series were the same under the hood and only the color of the wrap was different. I then purchased the xv-s62 and it stated that it had a 54MHz video converter. I was of the belief that all of these series used a 27MHz...in checking with JVC they state it is a 54MHz so not all of this series was made the same. Here is JVC's reply:


Thank you for your recent e-mail inquiry to JVC.


Out literature states this unit has a high-bi (10-bit)/super high sampling

(54MHz) video D/A converter.


If you require further assistance please contact the JVC Customer Relations

department directly at 1-800-252-5722 or at 1-973-317-5000 and use the

options 2, 4, 2.

A live agent will be available to take your call between 9AM to 10PM Monday

to Friday and 9AM to 8PM Saturday & Sunday.

If you need assistance with an operational issue, it is best to have access

to your JVC system while speaking to our support group. They will be glad to

assist you.


We hope this information is helpful.


Sincerely,

JVC National Customer Relations

1-800-252-5722

Mon-Fri 9AM-10PM

Sat & Sun 9AM-8PM
 

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the 30/40/50 series, which are interlaced output only, have a 10-bit/27MHz video DAC. the 50?/60/70/80/90 series, which all have progressive output capability, have a 10-bit/54MHz video DAC. I'm pretty sure it's never been advertised otherwise...
 

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If you check the JVC web-site it states the 65 is 27MHz. Only when you get to the 75 does the specs show it at 54. Other web-sites for purchase also show these models at 27.
 
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