Digital Display Technology Leader NuVision Features 2006 Lineup of High Performance Deep Black LCD TVs at 2006 CEDIA Expo

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2006 NuVision Line Features Several Improvements in Deep Black™ LCD TVs Over its Highly Acclaimed Previous Generation 23” Through 37” Models, Previewing New Larger Screen 1080p LCD Models in 42” and 47” Sizes at the 2006 CEDIA Expo

NuVision (, a leader in digital display technology, featured its 2006 line of critically acclaimed 23-, 26-, 32-, and 37-inch Deep Black™ LCD TVs at the 2006 CEDIA Expo, held in Denver from September 14-17 at the Colorado Convention Center, booth 2200 (Ballroom level). The 2006 line of NuVision’s acclaimed LCD televisions feature several improvements over its previous generation models and are all either currently shipping or scheduled to ship by September.

In addition to the new 2006 models, NuVision also previewed other forms of digital display technology in the form of two new larger screen 1080p LCD monitors at the 2006 CEDIA Expo that are planned for shipment in Q4 2006. The 42-inch model and the 47-inch model are monitors that will feature new cabinet designs with bottom mounted detachable speakers.

“In NuVision’s relatively short lifetime, we have already garnered tremendous industry accolades as well as media reviews that credited us with the highest rating of any LCD television on the market,” explained Scott Deley, NuVision CEO. “Our 2006 generation builds upon our previous models, and all NuVision models feature a simple-to-use remote control that features discrete input and picture formatting selection rather than the usual industry practice of forcing the consumer to go through a menu system for these commonly used features.”

The 23-, 26-, 32-, and 37-inch Deep Black™ LCD TV 2006 model line features the advanced NuVision Deep Black LCD TV modules, with 1366x768 resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio and less than 8ms response time. All models using this advanced digital display technology also feature the clean, un-ostentatious NuVision design first introduced in 2005, which include rubberized paint on the cabinet back and the remote control.

Additional improvements in digital display technology integrated into the 2006 line of Deep Black™ LCD TVs include:

  •     Improved NiDO video processing with better detail resolution and improved noise reduction
  •     Enhanced color processing including flesh tone correction
  •     HDMI input with HDCP copy protection, capable of accepting all signals, including 1080p
  •     Two multi-scan component and S-Video/composite inputs on all models
  •     NuControl, bi-directional RS-232 using a D-sub interface
  •     Crestron certified
  •     Improved, easy to navigate on screen display graphics
  •     Over scan and picture position adjustments
  •     Custom input labeling
  •     Picture setting memory for each input
  •     Enhanced PIP capability including the ability to select HD inputs

The 2006 screen sizes, MSRP, and availability of 2006 line are:

  •     23-inch LCD, $1,399 , September
  •     32-inch LCD, $2,799, now shipping
  •     42-inch LCD, TBA, Q4 2006
  •     47-inch LCD, TBA, Q4 2006
  •     52-inch LED, DLP, $4,399, September        

Aimed at the discerning consumer who appreciates great performance, customer service, cutting edge digital display technology and sleek cosmetics, NuVision targets the CEDIA custom install channel and high-end A/V specialty retailers who professionally serve that consumer.

NuVision televisions are available through select retailers & custom installers nationwide. To locate a NuVision dealer near you please visit or call (877)-738-7641

About NuVision

NuVision’s mission is to enable “high definition living” by developing innovative displays and devices with a focus on people and how they live. Aimed at the discerning consumer who expects excellent performance, customer service, and industrial design, NuVision is a premium HDTV manufacturer that targets the CEDIA custom installation channel and high-end A/V specialty retailers. NuVision values its consumers, employees, partners and the environment. NuVision is funded in part by Mitsui Comtek Corp. and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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