1. Anzac Weekend Closure 2017

    Please be informed that our office will be closed for the Anzac weekend from Saturday 22nd April and will reopen on Wednesday the 26th of April.

  2. Performing an Emergency Firmware Recovery On Dune HD

    In case of firmware upgrade failure (most commonly caused by a power outage during upgrade), firmware recovery is possible in most cases on your Dune HD to allow the player to operate correctly again.

  3. Australia Day Weekend 2017

    Jay Vee Technologies will be closed on the 26th (Thursday) and 27th (Friday) to celebrate Australia Day. There may be a delay responding to inquiries during this period.

  4. Dolby Atmos Speaker Placement and Setup

    To ensure the best Atmos experience, Dolby has provided a Speaker Setup guide which can be used by installers to ensure correct placement of speakers. After speaker installation, you may need to still calibrate your speakers to guarantee the best experience.

    Dolby Atmos is only supported by select AV Receivers, and some products may require a firmware upgrade before Atmos can be used. Not all movies or AV equipment support Atmos.      

  5. Understanding Wireless Frequencies (900mhz vs 2.4ghz vs 5.8ghz)

    In Australia, there are 3 readily available WiFi frequencies available for public WiFi Networks and long range Point-To-Point (PTP) / Multipoint-To-Point (MPTP) links. Each has their own advantages and disadvantages. 

    900mhz is rarely used in consumer equipment and is normally used for long distance links. It has the best signal penetration (due to its long wave length), but generally offers the least bandwidth. Its often the best choice for long distance links which have trees blocking the beam (ie, it works the best for non-line of sight).

    2.4Ghz is the most common Wireless Frequency, and is commonplace in almost all consumer equipment, including mobile phones, laptops and Smart TV's. Many wireless devices such as Wireless balun's and phones also share this frequency. Microwave ovens can also introduce intermittent interference. In fact, recently, the Parkes Radio Telescope determined that their own Microwave was a source of intermittant interference when listening to space.

    5GHZ Wireless is a lessor used, but common wireless frequency. Most WiFi protocols are moving towards 5GHZ due to the larger amount of unique channels available, which allows more networks to operate without interfering. Common WiFi protocols include 802.11a (54mbps), 802.11n (150mbps+) and 802.11ac (1000mbps+). 

  6. Christmas Working Hours

    Jay Vee Technologies will be closed from Saturday 24/12/16 and will reopen 3/01/17 for the Christmas, New Year Holiday period. There may be a delay responding to inquiries during this period.

  7. Melbourne Cup Closure

    Jay Vee Technologies will be closed from Saturday 29/10/16 and will reopen 2/11/16 for the Melbourne Cup Weekend. There may be a delay responding to inquiries during this period.

  8. New Dune HD Solo 4K

    Dune HD SOLO 4K is a new compact and powerful media player, affordable solution supporting 4K Ultra HD video playback and innovative HEVC (H.265) video codec. The model can play virtually any content from local and Internet sources with the best quality. Built-in DVB-T/T2 tuner provides possibility to watch digital terrestrial free-to-air TV channels.

  9. New Yamaha Musiccast Receivers available Soon

    Yamaha has announced 2 new additions to their award-winning multi-room audio system, MusicCast.. As part of the EXPAND Series, the WXA-50 Amplifier and WXC-50 Pre-Amplifier represents a new concept that goes beyond conventional thinking about audio. The compact design makes it easier than ever before to bring sound to additional areas using in-ceiling or outdoor speakers. Alternatively the Pre-amp can be used to bring much-loved audio equipment into the modern age - adding MusicCast multi-room functionality.

  10. Christmas New Years Closure - 2015

    Jay Vee Technologies will be closed on 24th of December 2015 until the 4th of January 2016. 

    For urgent enquiries during this period, email


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