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NuVision has picked our favorite way to make a splash with a product sector entrance -- bring out models packing relatively unique tech. The P1, P2 and P3 DLP projectors should fit into NuVision's custom-centric product lineup quite nicely when they release early next year. Things start out pretty

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Falling right in line with just about every other LCD manufacturer, NuVision will be incorporating 120Hz tech into its Lucidium line of LCDs later this year. But we all know that \"120 Hz\" spec won't stand out on the box art, so the company is calling it FX5, or \"Film Times Five.\" At least this name

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NuVision has just recently started shipping its Lucidium Deep Black LCD HDTVs out to anxious consumers, but before you go making any rash decisions about picking one up sign unseen, why not give Ultimate AV Mag's review a once over? The $4,199 (MSRP) set proved to be a mixed bag during testing, pri

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NuVision already shipped the big boys in its Lucidium Deep Black LCD family back in January, but now it's boxing up a couple more and sending 'em on their way. As of now, the 22-inch (NVU22L) and 32-inch (NVU32L) iterations are shipping out for $749 / $1,399, and if you were curious about the other

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Although the casual HDTV fan may not be entirely familiar with NuVision's \"High Definition Living\" trademark, a recently filed lawsuit is likely to bring you up to speed. The Arizona-based display maker purports that its slogan has been in use since the company's inception in 2005, and now that it h

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Although the casual HDTV fan may not be entirely familiar with NuVision's \"High Definition Living\" trademark, a recently filed lawsuit is likely to bring you up to speed. The Arizona-based display maker purports that its slogan has been in use since the company's inception in 2005, and now that it h

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NuVision, a Scottsdale, Arizona-based maker of LCD televisions, has just announced an veritable avalanche of new models on the way, and we've got all the succulent details. The new displays feature the company's Digital Switching Deep Black (DSDB) technology, which supposedly adjusts backlight sett

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NuVision, a Scottsdale, Arizona-based maker of LCD televisions, has just announced an veritable avalanche of new models on the way, and we've got all the succulent details. The new displays feature the company's Digital Switching Deep Black (DSDB) technology, which supposedly adjusts backlight sett

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Arizona manufacturer NuVision has begun shipping a pair of 1080p LCDs -- the 42-inch 42LCM1 and 47-inch 47LCM1 -- intended for custom installers and specialty retailers. The sets include those extra features and electronics that cater to high-end audiences, including NiDO image optimization and colo

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Arizona manufacturer NuVision has begun shipping a pair of 1080p LCDs -- the 42-inch 42LCM1 and 47-inch 47LCM1 -- intended for custom installers and specialty retailers. The sets include those extra features and electronics that cater to high-end audiences, including NiDO image optimization and colo

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Originally expected in September, Nuvision has slipped its first LED-based DLP RPTV into October as it announced the 52LEDLP is now shipping. The second 1080p LED backlit DLP we've seen after Samsung's HL-S5679W, this 52-inch set with LED \"Phlatlight\" brings all the benefits expected from the switc

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We have been following NuVision's LED-based DLP for sometime now but it was nice to see it already for sales at CEDIA. Nothing has really changed as it is still a 1080p 52-inch LED powered DLP. The one thing that sets this LED-powered DLP apart from Samsungs is the amount of LEDs. Samsung seems to

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NuVision, the same manufacturer of the other LED DLP, is going to show off their new LCD line at this years CEDIA expo. So far they seem rather nice too as they have been kind enough to give us a sneak peak at the specs. The two new models are large 1080p LCDs at the 42- and 47-inch that will ship s

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Remember that LED DLP we spotted at the Electronic House Expo? The one based on LEDs instead of bulbs and can achieve a 1080p resolution. We have some more info on it. NuVision does have plans to start selling the 52-inch LED based DLP this summer with a 58-incher coming later. Don't except to see t

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We didn't think it'd be a no-name like NuVision that took the eh-kinda-illustrious title of first company to release a 1080p LED DLP, but they're claiming to have their 52-inch non-wobulator on the market in 3 months. We'll believe it when we see it, but we've no doubt that a good LED DLP would do o

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