JVC DLA-X30 Release Date
JVC DLA-X30 projector is a model D-ILA, which says that the matrix based on three 0.7-inch Full HD which is intended to enhance JVC DLA-X30 brightness and contrast with the straight configuration.
JVC DLA-X30 Complete Features
JVC DLA-X30 (and its professional-market counterpart, the DLA-RS45) is the direct replacement of the DLA-X3 / RS-40 entry-level model in JVC’s 3D line. With an estimated street price of approximately CDN$4,500, this D-ILA projector has a similar specification of 1080p resolution and 120Hz Clear Motion Drive, two anamorphic lens modes, a 220-watt UHP lamp, and motorized zoom/focus controls but with several important improvements such as lens memory, perceivable better light output, contrast ratio and improved 3D performance. Just like most displays, JVC has chosen to go the active-3D route with its projectors, which use frame-sequential technology, in which the projector alternately flashes a full-resolution left and right image. Just like any active-3D approach, it requires active shutter glasses that syncs with the 3D-sync signal emitted by the PK-EM1 signal emitter streets about $80, plus another $150-ish for the glasses
JVC DLA-X30 / RS-45 is leaps and bounds better than the predecessor, the X3 / RS-40. Calibrating the projector is also a breeze. JVC DLA-X30′s relatively easy reach near the SMPTE / ISF / THX target point than most projectors. Less than an hour was utilized to get this projector to near perfect. JVC DLA-X30 black level and contrast are also impressive. Using JVC’s D-ILA technology (JVC’s trademark of LCoS, or Liquid Crystal on Silicon) the projector does not use auto iris, so there’s no limiting or subtle shifting of image brightness and no whirring sound of the auto iris doing its job. With Pioneer Kuro 2008 and Samsung 2011 Blu-ray demo, my standard arsenal of black-level demos, blacks looked wonderfully dark, while bright objects remained bright—resulting an image with wonderful richness and depth, even in 2D mode.
JVC DLA-X30 Hardware and Software Conclusions
- built-in 2D to 3D converter
- 50,000:1 contrast ratio
- built-in 3D support
- Component video
- dual HDMI input w/ 3D capability
JVC DLA-X30 Release Date ?
At the start of September, JVC announced the JVC DLA-X30 projector alongside the DLAX70R and DLA-X90R, and the DLA-30 should have become available in November. But that never happened. Hopefully, JVC DLA-X30 projectors will debut at CES in January