NuVision LCD TVs

NûVision announced that its new, 23-, 26-, 32-, and 37-inch Deep Black LCD televisions Aimed at the discerning consumer who expects great performance, customer service, and sleek c 11/14/2005 1:31 PM Eastern

NuVision LCD TVs

Nov 14, 2005 6:31 PM

NuVision 32in. LCD TV

NuVision announced its new 23in., 26in., 32in., and 37in. Deep Black LCD televisions, aimed at the discerning consumer who expects great performance, customer service, and sleek cosmetics. NuVision targets the CEDIA custom install channel and high-end AV specialty retailers who demand as much performance from the manufacturer as they do from the product. The NuVision brand and products are promoted and sold nationwide through the EDGE Distributor Group.

“In our short lifespan, we have already garnered tremendous editorial product reviews, as well as a growing dealer base because of our LCD TVs’ extraordinary aesthetics, tremendous picture quality, and leading-edge technologies,” explains Scott Deley, NuVision CEO. “The word is out that the discriminating consumer does not have to choose between high quality and performance, attainable customer service, and silky aesthetics when selecting a LCD television as the centerpiece for their viewing room anymore. NuVision has it all.”

According to Deley, since flat-screen televisions have come down significantly in price during the past few years, manufacturers have been sacrificing performance and certain technologies to make up for the lost revenue on the sale. That is just not acceptable. With the introduction of NuVision’s 23in., 26in., 32in., and 37in. Deep Black LCD televisions, the days of poor performance and the hassle of selecting a LCD TV are over.

NuVision LCD televisions incorporate state-of-the-art technologies, such as NuVision’s proprietary NiDO (NuVision Intelligent Digital Optimization), exclusive Deep Black LCD with 1000:1 contrast ratio, and NuControl bi-directional RS232 with polling. NuVision’s NiDO (NuVision Intelligent Digital Optimization) circuit delivers a film-like home theater experience as a NiDO optimized picture ensures crisp, clean edges and silky smooth motion that is virtually free from artifacts. NiDO image processing technology ensures NuVision monitors provide world-class picture quality and excellent resolution. NiDO’s edge details, smooth motion, color optimization, and response enhancement are just some of the features that make NuVision’s LCD televisions stand apart from the competition.

According to Deley, the home AV specialist and custom-install markets are currently being ignored, and NuVision has stepped up to address the needs of these customers, as well. “We have had an incredible initial response to our complete line of Deep Black LCD televisions by our new dealer base. Couple that with our customer service and ease of purchase and delivery, NuVision is set to turn the CEDIA channel on to a whole new and exciting way of doing business with the manufacturer,” he says.

Other features include:
  • 10ms response time
  • 500cd/M2 brightness
  • 16:9 widescreen
  • 1366x768 Native resolution
  • DVI with HDCP
  • Discrete IR control with IR direct input jack.

NuVision screens can also be used as a computers monitor, as a security screen, or even as a baby monitor. NuVision tvs also feature Picture-in-Picture functions for computer (VGA) plus one video so you can plug in your laptop for the biggest spreadsheet or video game you’ve ever seen.

Design is a cornerstone of NuVision’s new LCD television. Besides a sleek and aesthetically pleasing frame, a tilt stand allows you to place the television high or low, and you can then tilt the screen for the optimum viewing angle.

“Innovative new technologies, performance second-to-none, quality customer service, and sleek aesthetics combine to make NuVision the right flat screen for the discerning consumer, CEDIA pro, and the high-end AV specialty retailers,” says Deley.

For more information, please visit NuVision at

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