JVC has just showcased its three new 3D-ready D-ILA projectors which will be available in late November. All three models have record-breaking native contrast ratios, with the top model delivering a 100,000:1 native contrast ratio.
The new projectors are the DLA-X3, the DLA-X7 and the top-of-the-range DLA-X9. With a new generation D-ILA Optical Engine, JVC has significantly improved the projectors’ picture performance. The D-ILA Device Driver and Wire Gird have been redesigned to reach the purest black level ever, as well as the smoothest gradation of colours. The brightness has also been increased to 1,300 ANSI lumens. In addition, Adobe RGB, DCI and sRGB colour profiles allow more accurate colours. Plus, JVC’s double-speed Clear Motion Drive has been further improved to reduce motion blur, with the choice of Frame Interpolation and Black Frame Insertion.
All three models are compatible with JVC’s active shutter 3D glasses and signal emitter (both sold separately) for 3D presentations. For 3D content, each projector includes HDMI 1.4a inputs and supports Frame Packing (Blu-ray), Side-by-Side (broadcast) and Above-Below 3D transmissions.
The projectors will be sold with a one-year or 1,000 hours guarantee.