JVC DLA-X70 3D Home Cinema Projector
visual sensations can now be realised with 4K-resolution realism as if
one is actually immersed into the picture. JVC's professional
projector business nurtured by its high-definition expertise has been
integrated with e-shift technology to enhance the potential of home
theatre projectors. The incredible picture resolution of 4K projection
surpasses that of full high-definition to ensure a masterful
reproduction of details as well as clear, realistic representations of
texture. Now everyone can enjoy a remarkable viewing experience like
that never before seen in a home cinema environment.
- 4K (3,840 x 2,160 pixels) D-ILA Projector
- High native contrast ratio of 80,000:1
- Minimised crosstalk for brighter, more realistic 3D picture
- 2D-3D conversion creates dynamic 3D video content from 2D video sources
- JVC original Real Colour Imaging Technology
- Various picture adjustment functions ensure a high-quality picture
- Convenient lens memory function
- Pixel Adjust function corrects colour distortion in 1/16-pixel increments
- Motorised lens cover automatically opens or closes the lens
addition to a HD D-ILA device, the newly developed optical engine
features new e-shift technology to realise a super high-definition 4K
(3,840 x 2,160 pixels) display. This means that unlike a
resolution-upscaling technology for full HD projectors, 4K display
performance drastically improves picture quality to ensure exceptional
precision and full presence.
JVC's Original Advanced image-processing Technologies
JVC's advanced image-processing technologies ensure high definition
through the use of precise detection and restoration algorithms. The
former analyzes pixel information within different areas of the frame;
the latter restores the high-frequency components that are missing in a
low-resolution image. Further quality enhancement is achieved via
contrast correction and jaggy reduction. The overall result is a picture
that looks real down to the smallest detail.
Frame Addressing - the D-ILA Method
Thanks to JVC’s original D-ILA driving method, Frame Addressing
reproduces more colourful and vivid 3D video content with reduced
crosstalk (image overlapping). What’s more, this technology incorporates
newly developed driving circuitry that helps to drastically improve
image brightness. This means that with JVC’s D-ILA projectors, anyone
can enjoy breathtaking and impressive 3D video content just like that
seen at cinemas, right in the comfort of their living rooms. An
alternative driving method known as “line addressing” utilises a
fast-shutter approach, but when the shutters are switched between the
left and right eyes, crosstalk can be generated where the left and right
images overlap. This is because the shutter on 3D glasses is opened
for a shorter amount of time compared to the D-ILA method, causing the
picture to darken and lose brightness. However, JVC’s Frame Addressing
driving method draws images in a single frame at one time to enable the
shutter on the 3D glasses for one eye to remain open for an extended
period to realise a brighter 3D picture with less crosstalk.
innovative Crosstalk Cancelling function drastically reduces crosstalk
from intensity levels that are likely to generate this phenomenon by
first analysing the video signal for the left and right eyes and then
correcting the levels via an original algorithm. This ensures the
reproduction of more natural and clear pictures that are easier on the
eyes to heighten the viewing enjoyment of more realistic 3D video
adjust for the parallax difference between each eye, this function
finely controls image disparity between the left eye and right eye to
ensure more natural stereoscopic reproduction with less distortion.
real-time 2D-3D converter featured on JVC’s IF-2D3D1 Professional 3D
Image Processor, which has earned an excellent reputation in fi lm and
3D video production/editing studios, has been modifi ed for home
projector use and is now featured on the DLA-X90R/X70R/X30 projectors.
This means that 2D video recorded on camcorders and from TV broadcasts
can be converted into 3D video instantaneously for home stereoscopic
3D effects, especially depth characteristics, can be adjusted to match the content source or viewer preferences.
Subtitle distortion generated during 2D-3D conversion can be rectified.
JVC’s Unique Real Colour Imaging Technology
Real Colour Imaging Technology accurately detects film colour
specifications to optimise colour replication and heighten picture
quality to reproduce colours that are as faithful to the original source
Exclusive Colour Profile
JVC has succeeded in creating an exclusive colour profile from video
content by accurately analysing colour information to reproduce images
faithful to the original source. By combining this colour profile with
the array of picture modes, users can enjoy up to twelve different
levels of picture quality.
Xenon-lamp Colour Temperature Setting
Colour Imaging Technology also incorporates a Xenon-mode colour
temperature setting equivalent to that of a Xenon lamp, a popular light
source used in cinemas. This setting allows for the authentic
reproduction of colours similar to those of film in cinemas, while using
highly efficient and economical ultra-high pressure mercury lamps.
Colour Management System with 7-axis Matrix
7-axis matrix of red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, yellow and orange
ensures the precise adjustment of hue, saturation, and intensity. The
last axis of orange helps in enhancing the selection of the colour
spectrum for skin tones. And for improved operability, only the colour
being adjusted will be shown on the screen while the others are
displayed in black and white.
Lens Memory Function
function records up to three separate lens adjustments for zoom, shift
and focus that can be easily recalled when needed. Focus, zoom (size)
and shift (display position) characteristics can be recorded for video
content in different aspect ratios such as when using a CinemaScope
screen size (2.35:1) or standard 16:9 screen and readily switched
between each setup via the remote controller.
Unique Automatic Lens Cover
unique automatic lens cover opens and closes upon power On/Off to
protect against dust or damage to ensure users of easy, trouble-free
operation via the remote controller, even if the projector is installed
on the ceiling.
Pixel Adjust Function
Pixel Adjust function allows users to precisely correct colour
deviation in 1/16-pixel increments*, and it is also capable of
segmenting the entire screen into 121 points and adjust them
individually to realise clearer video without colour deviation.
Flexible Installation Guaranteed
flexible installation is made possible thanks to the ±80% vertical and
±34% horizontal powered lens-shift function. The projector also
feature a high-performance 2X zoom lens with motorised focus that can
project images upon a large 100-inch screen at distances of between 3.0
and 6.1 metres. With the high-performance motor, the once tedious
tasks of setting zoom ratios and focus adjustments are now made simple
THX 3D Display Certification*
DLA-X90R and X70R are accredited with THX 3D Certification, which is
established to ensure the precise reproduction of picture quality in
home environments for both 2D and 3D content just as the original
filmmaker envisioned.Encompassing more than 400 laboratory tests to
evaluate a projector’s colour accuracy, cross-talk, viewing angles and
video processing, this certifi cation helps to guarantee
high-definition quality.*1 Ideal 3D screen-size performance is 90
inches diagonal (16:9).
Certified by ISF (Imaging Science Foundation)
DLA-X90R and X70R are licensed with the ISF C3 (Certified Calibration
Controls) mode, enabling trained dealers to professionally calibrate
them to desired screen surfaces, lighting environments and video
sources, and then securely store these precise settings into the
projector. This not only helps to ensure the reproduction of film or
video content accurate to the source but also excellent picture quality
optimised for specific environments.