Japanese giant is selling direct to the consumer on new bells and whistles website.
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|Pictured: JVC Portable iPod docking system, which can now be bought from its site.|
The newly unveiled site, jvc.com.au, comes complete with product demos, shopping carts and a line up of products including audio, car, projectors, and cameras, all of which Aussie consumers can purchase on the spot.
The brand has already been selling online for sometime, a JVC spokesperson told ChannelNews, although this new site looks to be a serious onine business.
JVC joins the likes of Sony, who also already sell direct via its Style stores as it the flagging brand looks to gain market share and other large vendors have also hinted of moves to follow suit online.
Payments for JVC goods can be made via PayPal or credit card and all orders over the $100 mark get free shipping to their homes.
However, it also allows browsers locate its nearest JVC store by typing in their postcode.
The revamped site also contains new links to social networks Facebook and Twitter as well as links to YouTube product demos.
JVC is distributed here by Hagemeyer.