JVC Introduces Incredible DLA-NX7/DLA-RS2000 and DLA-NX5/DLA-RS1000 4K Video Projector Line-Up

JVC Introduces Incredible DLA-NX7/DLA-RS2000 and DLA-NX5/DLA-RS1000 4K Video Projector Line-Up

The NEW JVC  models DLA-NX7/DLA-RS2000 and DLA-NX5/DLA-RS1000

This time of year always gets exciting especially when New video projectors get released but, cant think of any other time when so many GREAT NEW projectors ones that redefine video projectors were released – TIME TO UPGRADE is NOW! The NEW JVC  models DLA-NX7/DLA-RS2000 and DLA-NX5/DLA-RS1000 incorporate the latest 4K D-ILA device and a 65mm diameter glass lens for high-quality native 4K imagery.

All of the new projectors will reproduce HDR10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma high dynamic range (HDR) content, although some models will do it better than others.

In addition, a new cinema filter enables the DLA-NX9/DLA-RS3000 and DLA-NX7/DLA-RS2000 models to achieve a wide color gamut surpassing the DCI-P3 color recommendations, JVC said.

Using the new 0.69-inch native 4K D-ILA device and optical engine with wire grid, the projectors will support a native contrast ratio of up to 100,000:1 in the DLA-NX9/DLA-RS3000 models.

In combination with JVC’s Intelligent Lens Aperture, which analyzes the input image and automatically controls the black level, the top models are capable of dynamic contrast of 1,000,000:1, JVC said.

Listed contrast for the other models is as follows: DLA-NX7/DLA-RS2000, native 80,000:1, dynamic 800,000:1; DLA-NX5/DLA-RS1000, native 40,000:1, dynamic 400,000:1.

JVC Uses a 265W Ultra-High Pressure Mercury Lamp and a Efficient Optical Engine

For lighting, JVC uses a 265W ultra-high pressure mercury lamp and a efficient optical engine to produce high brightness levels. The NX9 and RS3000 models have a peak brightness of 2,200 lumens; the NX7/RS2000 has a peak of 1,900 lumens and the NX7/RS2000 have 1,800 peak lumens. JVC said image quality is further improved by “the new D-ILA device, which has narrow pixel gap and improved light efficiency to provide a smooth, powerful image.”

Other features include a Low Latency Mode that reduces input lag and optimized circuit configuration that halves the time it takes for signal recognition compared to conventional models.

Written by McEvoy

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