Extra-rare loudspeakers seemingly made specifically for the US market, during that short period everybody went for trendy designs : 1972 - 1974. Technics made the T-100 in the same manner.
The literature says these were designed by Danny Seki.
Good for him but Dan-Seki is a japanese description for "terraced hillside"; something which suits the JVC-3 very well.
So either Mr Seki had a very short design career and a spot-on pre-destined name or the marketing of JVC America mixed a little, a lot, its press facts :)
The JVC JVC-3 nevertheless has a tuned walnut enclosure, a woofer with barium-ferrite bass magnet & heat-resistant voice coil and, mainly, a "revolutionary soft-dome tweeter" which "pulsates to emit a radial non-directional hemisphere of sound".
The front grille/mousse/foam was available stock in cashmere tan and, optionally, in orange.
An orange hemisphere of sound... we're in 1972 allright !
The JVC-3 seems to have been part of a series of components but I have nothing on the others (if any) - anyone ?