Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Videocon d2h presents India’s first HD DVR with 3D

MUMBAI, INDIA: Videocon d2h, the DTH arm of Videocon group is the fastest growing DTH service provider in India.Videocon d2h now launches the India’s first High Definition – Digital Video Recorder with 3D.Now its customers will be able to enjoy 3D content and experience the new world of Digital Entertainment.

Saurabh Dhoot, director Videocon Group, said: "We have seen excellent growth from the time of inception and our objective is to increase penetration, offer channels and services across genres, increase subscriber base and better our ARPUs. Videocon d2h is pioneer in the Indian DTH market through continuous product innovations and upgrade of technology. We will constantly strive to give consumer more than what they expect. Our High Definition Digital Video Recorder with 3D acts as a bridge between the 3 D Television and the 3D Channel feed. This product will be taking your viewing experience to a new level.”

Abhishek Bachchan added: “Videocon d2h’s innovations are always ahead of their time. The revolutionary HD DVR with 3D brings magic of 3D right into our living rooms. I am immensely proud to be a part of this dynamic and tech-savvy enterprise. Its time to be future ready.”

Anil Khera, CEO, added: “We are sure that our DTH service will set a new precedent in the DTH market. We are hopeful that this high definition digital video recorder with 3D will be providing customers a major reason to move from cable to DTH, at the same time it will create a new aura for the brand Videocon d2h."

HD DVR with 3D will change the world of home entertainment. Videocon d2h Satellite High Definition Digital Video Recorder with 3D takes TV viewing experiences a step ahead. It enhances picture quality and gives HDD (High Definition Digital) sound. We can even pause, rewind and forward live TV and record up to 200 hours; facilitates Auto serial recording. Videocon d2h has its own active channel for the 3D content and also channels in High Definition. 16:9 aspect ratio, 5x digital picture quality and High Definition Digital sound.

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