JVC, or Victor Company of Japan, was founded in 1927. In 1939, the brand produced the first Japanese-made television, followed by the country's first LP-record stereo in 1958 and first color television in 1960. Today JVC carries a variety of electronics such as TVs, audio and video equipment, headph ... Read More ones, projectors, cameras, video cameras, speakers, and more. For vehicles, JVC offers receivers, subwoofers, speakers, and navigation systems. The JVC DRVN 1,400-Watt Subwoofer with a steel frame and dense foam surround clearly reproduces sound. The JVC In-Dash CD Receiver incorporates Bluetooth technology and features dual USB ports for connecting music devices. The receiver controls Pandora Radio for a phone and charges cell phones and other devices. JVC coaxial speakers come in a variety of sizes and shapes. The JVC Four-Way Coaxial Speakers with 550-Watt Power Handling feature carbon mica 3D cone woofers for high-quality sound. JVC amplifiers for vehicles are also available.
JVC Americas Corp.
JVC Factory Service Center 2201 E. Dominguez St. Long Beach, CA 90810