ITVS Montreux '99: JVC Booth B440
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 11, 1999
D-9 "State of the Format" Message From JVC
DY-90W Switchable aspect ratio D-9 Camcorder
BR-D95 D-9 Editing VTR with variable motion, pre-read playback, SDTI capability
JVC introduces MW-S1000 Version 2.0 Non-Linear Editing System
JVC announces Sunlight Visible high resolution, 5 inch LCCS Monitor
JVC High Resolution 24 bit Scanned Images
The main theme of JVC's Montreux exhibits centres on JVC's D-9 broadcasting and production format. It gives the visitors the opportunity to fully understand and experience the complete line-up of production systems and supporting products. JVC's systems solutions range from lightweight 16:9 D-9 camcorders and monitors which are fully visible in sunlight, to large-scale DVD MPEG-based broadcast archive and software management facilities.
JVC's pursuit of Digital VTR technology led our engineers five years ago to conclude that, in order to achieve the quality required of the forthcoming digital broadcasting standards, overall cost had to be finely balanced with a number of fundamental universals. These include:- compression technique, generations of encoding and decoding, the amount of processing occurring at each generation, programme material requirements, flexibility and accuracy in editing and finally, the overall cost of ownership including initial purchase price and after sales service and support.
Low compression processing was an obvious need, as was editing accuracy - down to single-frame editing. This led to the choice of highly efficient 50 Mbps intra-frame encoding which was the standard reference for main-stream television production.
Additionally a high level of error correction was important. In today's digital age it was vital that there should be virtually no generational loss under concatenations, taking into account the effects of decoding, production processing and recoding. Furthermore, later in the transmission chain, while MPEG encoding is very intolerant of coding noise, the natural look of D-9 and its freedom from coding artefacts clearly identifies it as a format of choice for DVB and digital broadcasting.
Finally, JVC was able to take advantage of our long-established experience in ½" tape and transport technology. The result is D-9, a format that is uncompromising in quality and a 'pioneer' in efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
SMPTE has assigned the format the designation D-9; which is formally comprised of SMPTE 316M and 317M for VTR and cassette technology respectively. What is more, SMPTE identified early on that the undecoded transport of already compressed data from device to device was the obvious best case for removing the last spectre of generation loss. JVC's co-operation in the development of D-9 was central to creating the proposed SMPTE 314M standard "Data Structure for DV-based Audio data and Compressed Video 25 and 50 Megabits per second". JVC's new BR-D95 VTR combines an optional SDTI interface with variable motion control - an operational feature which is particularly well suited to sports and other applications.
Generally throughout Europe high standards for broadcasting and distribution, shorter broadcast transmission distances and editing through fewer generations have led to very high quality images being able to reach the viewer. So it is reasonable to assume that migration to digital receivers may be evolutionary and will take some time. Consequently, JVC understands that Broadcast and production companies need a long-term format like D-9 to take them through this evolution process into the first decade of the 21st century.
D-9 combines the fundamental need for high visual quality with ruggedness and low operational cost - all of which is demanded by the long-term transmission to digital. All of these attributes are to be found in the complete JVC line-up - from the lightweight, switchable 16:9/4:3 DY-90W camcorder, capable of recording up to 2 hours, to the professional series camcorders and decks. From dockable recorders matched with JVC's switchable 16:9/4:3 camera and other high end broadcast cameras, to the fully-featured BR-D92 and BR-D52 editing systems and the new BR-D95 master editing VTR.
There is no better example of JVC's abilities to develop new technologies to meet market needs than our award - winning LCCS high resolution, high-brightness monitor model TM-L500PN. Unlike conventional CRT monitors that use three electron guns (RGB) to produce a colour image, JVC's new LCCS monitor uses one black and white electron gun, which is merged with a Liquid Crystal Colour Shutter, providing incredible sharpness and brightness. As further evidence of their ability to display high - quality, high definition images, JVC's unique state-of-the-art D-ILA projection technology will also be on show, together with many of their CRT-based TM and BM-series monitors, such as the new TM-1750PN.
Another award - winner present is the broadcast level DVD archive/asset management system based on the MC-2000 series DVD ram libraries. With libraries ranging from 100 to 600 discs apiece, networking 6 units together, for example, yields 17 terabytes of removable disc storage. Variable MPEG-2 encoding at high professional data rates is used for video. A full range of other types of data can be stored.
At Montreux the streamlined and feature - rich JVC non-linear editing system MW-S1000 is another key element in a fully digital D-9 production environment.
Above all JVC is committed to making sure that the benefits of their technological developments are fully understood. We invite everyone to take time out to look at the JVC exhibits which will be on display in our booth and seminar areas.
JVC's revolutionary DIGITAL-S 50 Mbps 4:2:2 component digital videotape recording format clearly demonstrates JVC's market knowledge and technological leadership in the broadcast and video production industries. Across the spectrum, from broadcasters to corporate video production companies, customers seeking high-quality digital video equipment at a reasonable price have turned to JVC's DIGITAL-S. Today, over 260 broadcasters world-wide rely on Digital-S. These include The Fox Network, a unit of the BBC, numerous ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS affiliates, Sun TV, Ternorba, TV Bandeu, Lux TV and Agenda TV . And with over 15,000 units in service world-wide, DIGITAL-S is firmly entrenched within the broadcast and tele-production communities.
After long-term review and deliberation by SMPTE, DIGITAL-S is now designated as the standard digital VTR and signal format, D-9. JVC conceived of D-9 DIGITAL-S as the logical format to take the industry into the digital future and, ultimately, to HDTV production and broadcasting.
This year, as the broadcast industry rounds the corner into the HDTV millennium, JVC's DIGITAL-S is proving the logical migration path to the HDTV future by utilising half inch cassettes and a DV based 100 Mbps data transfer rate based on D-9.
A Brief History
JVC introduced DIGITAL-S in 1995, using working prototypes to demonstrate the digital format's extraordinary picture quality and performance. Because of its larger ½-inch tape size, superior 4:2:2 component digital processing and mild compression, JVC's digital format was compared favourably to the most expensive formats like Digital Betacam, while visibly outperforming the DV-based formats from a quality standpoint. Industry-wide recognition of JVC's visionary design of DIGITAL-S came in the form of numerous awards from leading publications and the industry recognised that JVC had harnessed the potential of the digital future.
The first DIGITAL-S recorders and players were unveiled the following year in 1996. As JVC rolled-out three mid-range VTRs and a dockable recorder, news spread that DIGITAL-S was capable of delivering high-end digital image quality and advanced features at an affordable price. The first major sales came quickly as Brazilian SBT and then the US Fox NewsChannel and Fox Sports recognised the value in the ½-inch format, and purchased the entire first shipment of JVC's DIGITAL-S editors and controllers in September 1996. The first product was introduced to PAL markets in October of 1996. JVC's 1997 spring rollout of acquisition products, including their BR-D40 DIGITAL-S dockable recorder, further excited the market and drove sales. Work also began in 1997 for the SMPTE standardisation of the format and signal as D-9.
The broadcast and production industries embraced DIGITAL-S, and JVC responded by adding extensions to the range -embracing features for the top of the market and more economical models at the lower end. In 1998, a joint SMPTE/EBU task force reported what JVC and its DIGITAL-S customers had long known. That the D-9 DIGITAL-S format provides:
· Quality identical to that produced by Digital Betacam
· Superior quality to that found in Beta-SP
· Superior quality to that found in either of the competing 25 Mbps DV-based digital formats.
DIGITAL-S has always been capable of accommodating 4 audio tracks, but initial machines were configured to access only two. It was always JVC's intention to expand the format's capabilities as the market grew and demanded additional features. At IBC in 1998, in response to requests by broadcasters for a studio deck with more audio channels, JVC introduced the DIGITAL-S 4-channel series -- the BR-D92 and BR-D52 broadcast studio VTRs. These were followed by the introduction of JVC's DY-90 DIGITAL-S camcorder - a 4-audio channel camera with superior sensitivity (F11 @ 2,000 lux) and weighing in at just 6.9 kilograms, including standard lens, viewfinder, battery and tape.
D-9 -The SMPTE Designation
JVC's 50 Mbps DIGITAL-S format has now been standardised by the SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) and has been designated D-9. This designation proves JVC's commitment to the future of DIGITAL-S.To this end JVC has worked with other leading manufactures to make DIGITAL-S an open standard. Additionally, JVC is working on new SMPTE standards for interfacing D-9 compressed data.
Today, D-9 is a format recognised world-wide. Global organisations such as Fox, BBC, Comcast Cable, Nissan Motors, Brazil's SBT network, and many more customers across Europe have chosen D-9. Significantly, the first all-digital station in Honolulu Hawaii, ABC-affiliate KITV-TV chose D-9 as their station-wide videotape format.
Robust ½-inch Tape
One of the core design elements in D-9 is the visionary choice of 1/2-inch tape. Like the majority of other high-end formats (D3, D5, and Digital Betacam), D-9 relies on 1/2-inch tape not only because it allows for the recording of a vast amount of data, but also because of its additional strength and reliability D-9 uses metal particle tape offering an unbeatable combination of high performance and reliability, and up to 124 minutes of recording time-even in the field. Each videocassette is good for over 200 passes, improving the economy of D-9. D-9 Tape stock is available from both JVC and Fuji.
Built for Reliability and Low Maintenance Cost
Remarkably, many JVC customers are reporting that they are achieving upwards of 5,000 - some as high as 7,000 hours -- of head life on their D-9 VTRs. JVC designed DIGITAL-S for ease of maintenance and high reliability. Designed around a proven tape transport mechanism and with a low mass inner drum assembly that minimises headwear, JVC's engineers "got it right" in their design of D-9. From genuine sapphire tape flanges to ceramic tape guides, the "inner workings" of the D-9 machine were designed to provide maximum image quality and low maintenance costs. And maintenance records from Fox NewsChannel bear this out.
DIGITAL-S - An Expanding Product Line
JVC originated the 4:2:2, 50 Mbps D-9 format with the digital future in mind. Even the most basic and economical D-9 recorders offer superior 4:2:2 digital sampling and picture quality that rivals the most expensive digital formats. This obsession with quality allows all D-9 customers to take advantage of the pristine picture quality that comes from 4:2:2 sampling, mild 3.3:1 DCT compression, and a superior 50 Mbps data stream. More importantly, it assures that equipment purchased today will continue to represent a useful and productive investment as the industry migrates to 16:9 DTV and HDTV.
This year JVC is significantly adding to its D-9 product line, providing products that expand the capabilities of broadcasters and video professionals alike. JVC is pleased to introduce:
DY-90W Switchable Aspect Ratio DIGITAL-S Camcorder
- JVC's DY-90 D-9 camcorder offers light weight and low power consumption, without compromising quality or sensitivity. In due course a switchable aspect ratio version of the DY-90 - the DY-90W - will suit the growing number of producers who are choosing to shoot wide screen 16:9 video.
The BR-D95 Variable Motion VTR
- Ideal for spots production and post-production assignments, JVC's new BR-D95 variable motion VTR is a broadcast-quality studio editing VTR with pre-read and slow motion playback capability. The addition of a high-end variable motion VTR to JVC's D-9 family of products shows that JVC is constantly striving to provide its customers with the tools they need to do their jobs better and more profitably.
MW-S1000 Non-Linear editor with Version 2.0 Software
- JVC developed the MW-S1000 non-linear editing machine in support of its D-9 users. The MW-S1000 offers end-to-end 4:2:2 digital, and real-time 2D and 3D effects, along with a wealth of features required in non-linear editing. JVC is now introducing the second generation software for the MW-S1000, version 2.0, which allows for even more 2D and 3D effects, and enhances the functionality of this already impressive unit.
D-9 - Supporting the March To DVB and DTV
The broadcast and production industries are quickly marching toward 16:9 digital television. Once again, JVC's visionary choice of 4:2:2 digital sampling and ½-inch tape is proving to be the ideal method for moving seamlessly into DVB broadcast. 4:2:2 digital signal processing offers the ideal signal for conversion to DVB's MPEG-2 compression systems.
Across its range D-9 is 16:9 capable. In fact, quality 16:9 images require the higher resolution of JVC's 4:2:2 system. So, by choosing a superior recording method that preserves more data, JVC has made the path to wide-screen DVB a clear one for its customers.
D-9 HD - 100 Mbps Extension to HDTV of the future!
With demand for HDTV production equipment ready to explode, JVC has accelerated its development of a 100 Mbps extension to D-9 DIGITAL-S.
D-9 HD is a remarkable stride forward into HDTV, and the next logical extension for the D-9 format. Again, JVC's visionary choice of ½-inch tape as the basis for the D-9 format has opened a world of possibilities in the High Definition arena. It allows D-9 HD to achieve a 100 Mbps data stream at a reasonable tape speed, and with maximum tape-to-head contact, ensuring the best picture quality with maximum reliability and virtually no drop outs.
JVC is developing field production and acquisition systems including camcorders, editing decks and field editing systems with the 100 Mbps system's capability to record HDTV signals.
Looking to the Future
JVC is delivering products that meet the specific needs of virtually all segments of the professional video marketplace, from broadcasters to high-end post-production facilities, to corporate and event production companies. JVC has reaffirmed its commitment to provide practical, productive and economic solutions that address real world challenges.
The development of D-9 is one of the pillars of JVC's strategy for the 21st century. D-9 decisively positions JVC at the forefront of that revolution, providing a key contribution to production that will be an integral part of our world culture in the coming century.
At Montreux ITVS 1999, JVC introduces
a new light weight camcorder with low power consumption to the
JVC 16:9 / 4:3switchable aspect ratio camera line-up. In 1998
delivery started for the acclaimed KY-D29W switchable aspect ratio
camera. The DY-90W switchable camcorder introduced this year is
another new addition to the D-9 (Digital S) acquisition and production
The DY-90W is lightweight( only 7 kg.) and comfortable with low power consumption and a fully digital D-9 2/3" CCD camcorder, similar to the 4:3 DY-90. This fully-featured camera delivers the digital power of JVC's renowned D-9 4:2:2 component digital recording format and includes 4-channel audio, for the highest quality raw footage.
The DY-90W camcorder offers true 16:9 CCDs to optimise performance when recording in widescreen applications. Since this camcorder's native capture state is 16:9, and its recorder is D-9 (already established as a superior digital widescreen recording format), there is no compromise on resolution or recording data to achieve pristine 16:9 images.
As more broadcast programming becomes dependent on 16:9, the combination of 16:9 and D-9 4:2:2 quality offers the best cost/performance solution for digital broadcasting. The DY-90W is suitable for virtually all field acquisition projects and JVC believes that it will appeal strongly to the market that demands the highest quality widescreen digital performance. The DY-90W not only delivers superb sensitivity, resolution and performance, it reliably delivers it on the robust 4:2:2, 8-bit component digital processing D-9 format and tape - perfect for high quality digital broadcasting applications.
The DY-90W's superior sensitivity (F11 at 2,000 lux), and outstanding performance are further evidence of JVC's commitment to the highest quality field acquisition. With three 585(V) x 980(H) true 16x9 pixel CCDs, the DY-90W delivers the sharpest resolution and sensitivity.
Additionally, the DY-90W features JVC's pioneering Full Auto Shooting Mode (FAS) with continuous automatic white balance that allows automatic shooting from 4 to 24,000 lux, from indoors to outdoors, and has an extremely quiet 60dB signal-to-noise ratio. JVC's exclusive LoLux mode adds outstanding low light performance, down to 0.75 lux. All of this adds up to superior performance and superior pictures which can be captured under the most demanding and varied of environmental conditions.
The DY-90W incorporates advanced-generation 14-bit video processing. The DY-90's 14-bit DSP provides natural enhancement of details, eliminates spot noise and gives exceptional reproduction - including colour in the highlights. Two scene files for sets of advanced custom camera settings are saved in a removable set-up box for transferring set-ups to other cameras.
In field production, superb audio is vital, and the DY-90W offers one of the most sought after features of four 16 bit 48 kHz PCM audio channels yielding over 80 dB of dynamic range.
Camera operators on the move under demanding conditions will appreciate the DY-90W's rugged design and standard features, including the Automatic Editing function (AEF) for smooth cuts, 4x picture search in both directions, and colour video playback for monitoring. The camcorder employs a sturdy, magnesium die cast chassis, ceramic tape guide rollers and sapphire flanges for long life. It also sports a durable and reliable centre rotating head design. When using the D-9 DS-124 cassette, shooters can acquire over two hours of footage on a single tape. The DY-90W is packed with features and yet draws only 29 watts of power, facilitating longer shoots with standard battery packs.
The DY-90W D-9 camcorder as well as the KY-D29W camera put JVC squarely at the forefront in delivering high-performance 16:9 widescreen acquisition products to the market.
JVC announces an important extension
to its DIGITAL-S (D-9) product line with the development of a
broadcast-quality studio editing VTR with variable motion and
pre-read playback and optional SDTI compressed data transfer capability.
The BR-D95, which is showcased at the 1999 Montreux ITVS Exhibition,
further demonstrates JVC's commitment to the D-9 format and to
its customers world-wide.
This exciting new addition to the D-9 product line is targeted at the most demanding broadcast and post production studios; especially those involved in sports production (for instant replay).
By adding a high-end variable motion VTR to the D-9 family of products, JVC is constantly providing its customers with the tools they need to do their jobs better and more profitably.
By incorporating three times the normal number of playback heads, JVC has been able to provide a much wider range of slow motion, fast motion, or continuous playback facilities. Moreover, fine speed increments allow Fit and Fill capabilities.
In addition, designing the machine so that it can be connected via SDTI ( Serial Data Transport Interface ) for compressed data or standard SDI ( Serial Digital Interface ) means that this VTR can maintain a fully digital path with many more devices. Both optional SDTI and SDI interfaces provide a pure signal when spooling to and from servers and non-linear editors. This user friendly VTR can be controlled by devices using RS-422 or RS-232 standard interfaces.
JVC's use of multiple playback
head technology provides several additional advantages. First,
the application of digital techniques improves and mitigates the
jaggy edges that are often apparent in variable and still motion
playback. Second, this enlarges the pre-read window by up to 32
lines, for compatibility with a wider range of digital vision
mixers, and expanded layering and editing.
When playing back a tape, the BR-D95 will actually play back all four digital audio tracks within the variable speed range. Seamless digital audio editing is achieved by its audio cross fade capability. This machine can start playback at a pre-set speed at a set cue point.
JVC continues to take a leadership position by providing our customers with advanced technology that solves their real world problems. JVC believes that the continuing development of our digital product line, and in particular the D-9 family, puts JVC and our customers at the forefront of achieving the highest quality more reliably and at a cost which offers outstanding value for their investment. Because the format uses half inch cassettes with outstanding high capacity,
D-9 products offer a more flexible and clearer path towards DVB, DTV and HDTV than any other format.
JVC's all-in-one hybrid 4:2:2
non-linear editing machine provides users with streamlined and
The all-in-one unit, running under Windows NT, is capable of dual Pentium Processors, and is standard with 64Mb of system RAM and a 12 to 27 gigabyte media disk array that provides dual video streams running at 40 Megabytes per second. An external expansion drive array can be added to boost total media capacity to 15 drives.
All video input and output carried by standardised Movie II bus that supports up to 8 fully independent 270Mb/s video streams simultaneously with Four channels of uncompressed audio.
Live multi-layering capabilities allows the system to combine a background, two video streams that may contain 2D or 3D effects, or standard wipe patterns, and a graphic channel, down to one layer that is recorded on the media array. The new recording becomes a single video stream to be combined to yet another video stream. 2D, 3D effects and graphics make up a second, third, tenth and twentieth layer. This multi-layering process may be repeated until the desired edit is achieved. No rendering is involved in this process.
The MW-S1000 offers editors real-time-slow-motion
in forward and reverse play. Two streams of slow-motion video,
one running forward and the other running backward at different
speeds from 0 to greater than 500 times normal play can be achieved.
Fit and Fill is also supported.
There are high-quality, all real-time 4:2:2 digital 2D and 3D effects such as page turns, spheres, key frame moves, chroma keys and luminance keys as well as real-time graphics, including perspective, skew, size, rotation, axis trail, de-focus and more. All these effects can be further customised by the user and stored by name. Each customised effect can be key framed and placed on the timeline.
A customisable user tool bar and shortcut keys offers editors more streamlined ways to work.
There is real-time audio and video scrubbing and a waveform monitor/vectorscope. Real-time audio scrubbing is smooth enough to locate syllables or distinct sounds in an audio track. Video scrubbing allows the user to smoothly move between video frames without seeing jerky motions in the video.
It is designed to work in tandem with JVC's D-9 format but is equally compatible with other popular analogue and digital tape formats. It can be configured from input to output with all serial, digital, analogue component, Y/C or composite video paths.
The MW-S1000 has a 270 Mb/s video data bus that can support up to 8 simultaneous video channels and 4:2:2 processing of all 2D video effects. Its high-performance specs provide dual stream video in and out, Compression ratios from lossless to 30:1 can be selected, and any combination can be mixed on the timeline.
The non-linear editor is capable of rolling a separate source VTR to allow instant insertion of scenes directly into the record master. This eliminates the need to batch digitise whenever HDD storage is full, or for just eliminating digitising when possible to gain extra speed in producing the final master tape. Source VTR video and timeline video mixing will be offered in a future release.
The MW-S1000 houses computer, all video, audio, codec, hard disk array and connectors on its back panel in one unit. The CPU motherboard is a server-type board for much greater expansion with third-party products. Networking is easily accomplished by adding the appropriate Ethernet or fibre channel interface cards, with room to spare for other application cards.
The MW-S1000 can be offered as a turnkey package complete with speakers, monitors, cables and popular JVC VTRs. This single chassis construction allows for fast and easy installation, set-up and routine maintenance.
JVC announces the technological
development of the extremely compact, portable, high-resolution
Liquid Crystal Colour Shutter (LCCS) monitor TM-L500PN. This 5-inch,
rack-mountable monitor is ideal for PAL or NTSC ENG field production,
video production trucks, arena seating and event production.
JVC's newest field monitor is based on Liquid Crystal Colour Shutter technology that, unlike a conventional CRT monitor, utilises a combination of a black and white CRT with a liquid crystal colour shutter. The result is a highly functional, compact, 5-inch colour monitor that delivers a sharp image in even the brightest sunlight, without misconvergence or annoying moiré patterns, and with over 400 TV lines of resolution.
Unlike conventional CRT monitors that use three electron guns (RGB) to produce a colour image, JVC's new LCCS monitor uses one black and white electron gun, which is merged with a liquid crystal colour shutter, providing incredible sharpness and brightness.
The monitor's basic structure approximates the human eye's accumulation of light. By utilising the CRT's single electron gun aimed through red light, green light and blue light filters, each separated by a liquid crystal shutter layer, the LCCS monitor delivers a richness and fullness of colour, as well as superb 400TVL resolution.
The success of the liquid crystal shutter is achieved by the unique process of aiming the CRT electron beam through a series of continuously refreshing, angle-controlled polarised liquid crystal pixels arranged in layers in order to achieve brightness, resolution and superior chroma resolution. The result is a strikingly small 5-inch monitor that delivers more than 400 TV lines of resolution and vivid colour reproduction.
The 5-inch LCCS monitor offers to users a fully featured package which includes underscan, blue check and 16:9 aspect capability. It has 2 video inputs with BNC connectors, two audio inputs, a built-in speaker and a mini earphone jack for broadcast field monitoring. It can be powered with a DC Battery and has a detachable AC adapter. This highly compact unit is triple EIA rack mountable and weighs below 3.5Kg with its AC adaptor.
DY-90W 16:9/4:3 D-9 Camcorder
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BR-D95 D-9 Variable Motion / SDTI
JPEG 4000x2500 (879K)
Prototype LCCS Monitor
JPEG 3637x3267 (397K)
MW-S1000 Non-Linear Editor
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DY-90 D-9 Camcorder (right)
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DY-90 D-9 Camcorder (left)
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D-9 HD1080i Camcorder
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D-9 HD 720P Camcorder
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D-9 HD VTR 1080i/720P
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KY-D29W 16:9 switchable camera
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BR-D92 D-9 Editor
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GD-V425PZW Plasma Monitor
Photo CD (5MB)
D9 Group Photo (large file)
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D-9 Four Channel Family
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Various logos in resolution independent Adobe Illustrator format
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