JVC adds Entry-Level D-ILA Home Theater Projector

JVC announce its newest home theater projectors and with them company is trying to bring D-ILA technology at an entry-level price.

The new projectors, DLA-HD250/250Pro features three 0.7-inch 1920×1080 D-ILA devices, combined with JVC’s wire-grid optical engine, for a naturally colors with true blacks,  flicker-free picture and “extraordinary luminance detail”. The projector is capable to delivers 25,000:1 native contrast ratio and 1,000 ANSI lumens brightness, and packs 2x motorized zoom lens with auto dust cover. Features continue with an advanced HQV Reon-VX video processor by Silicon Optix  for “excellent image reproduction” with precision I/P conversion and scaling, as well on-screen, customizable gamma control and ultra-quiet (19dB) operation.

JVC DLA-HD250/250Pro Home Theater Projector



The DLA-HD250/250Pro is backed by two-year warranty andwill be available later this month for $2,995.

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