D-ILA Projectors

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DLA X75 RBE
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JVC DLA-X75RBE

Ultra HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

If Home Cinema Choice wanted to be picky, they'd ask for a bit more brightness to the DLA-X75's pictures and a quieter performance in 3D mode, but those are niggles when its stunning

1 review

 

More information at: Home Cinema Choice, 9/2013 JVC DLA-X75 JVC's DLA-X55 is an amazing projector, but that might cause problems for the step-up DLA-X75, since it needs to seriously impress in order to justify the price difference of £1,500 between both. … to review

DLAX55R
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JVC DLA-X55R

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Save for some motion issues with 3D, a loud fan and some poor picture presets, the DLA-X55R impresses on all counts. Home Cinema Choice said that it's superb with 2D material and very good with …

2 reviews

 

Sony VPL-HW50ES
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Sony VPL-HW50ES

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Even the pickiest of home cinema aficionados will have a hard time finding some fault in Sony's VPL-HW50ES. Except for some crosstalk and minor light loss, everything here is top notch, from its

4 reviews

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 11/2012 Sony VPL-HW50ES Sony has launched quite a few fantastic AV products in 2012 so far, so the VPL-HW50ES should at the very least be worth checking out. … to review

 
DLAX95
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JVC DLA-X95

Ultra HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Trusted Reviews were crystal clear in their conclusions regarding JVC's DLA-X95: it's simply the best projector you can get for less than £10,000, period, so if you can afford it and you

1 review

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 7/2013 JVC DLA-X95 JVC's latest X-series projectors have been very impressive affairs, so Trusted Reviews are understandably excited at the perspective of trying out the DLA-X95 and its claimed native contrast ratio of 130,000:1. … to review

VPL-HW-55-ES
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Sony VPL-HW55ES

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Despite the fierce competition the VPL-HW55ES faces in the sub-£3000 price range, Trusted Reviews believe it trumps all its rivals thanks to the high-end tech it has inherited from its stunning

1 review

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 12/2013 Sony VPL-HW55ES Boasting Sony's SXRD technology and a sub-£3000 price tag, the VPL-HW55ES sits in the middle of the company's range, attempting to offer high-end features and quality for a reasonable outlay. … to review

DLA-X35BE
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JVC DLA-X35

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

The superb image quality, silent operation and amount of control over settings that the DLA-X35 offers make it a great choice for home cinema enthusiasts, but it's not suitable for well-lit …

4 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

DLARS46
JVC DLA-RS46

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

For a high-end projector, the DLA-RS46 is quite disappointing, Expert Reviews said. Its 2D images are spectacular but there's grain present, and although its huge range of options means

1 review

 

More information at: Expert Reviews, 5/2013 JVC DLA-RS46 Is the image quality of the DLA-RS46 on a par with its huge size and price tag? … to review

HC9000D
Mitsubishi Electric HC 9000D

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

“Mitsubishi’s HC9000 model is a 3D HD projector which most definitely deserves its place in the reference class. ... It can more than sway customers ... who place a great deal of importance on native …

3 reviews

 

VPLHW30ES
Sony VPL-HW30ES

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

"FOR: Nice looks; easy to use; dynamic picture; smooth motion; quiet. AGAINST: Occasional noise; fastest motion causes some instability."

5 reviews

 

DLAX7
JVC DLA-X7

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

TechRadar consider the JVC DLA-X7 to be a home cinema projector at the top of its game. With dynamic and vivid images in both 2D and 3D and an outstanding level of calibration flexibility, this …

4 reviews

 

 
DLA-X90
JVC DLA-X90R

HD-ready; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

TrustedReviews say the JVC DLA-X90 projector has utilised some of the best components from the previous X70, producing an improved performance. The 120,000:1 native contrast ratio is very impressive, …

1 review

 

DLA-X9BE
JVC DLA-X9

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

TrustedReviews found it hard to imagine just how JVC could improve on the X7 enough to justify the X9's pretty hefty price tag. They weren't convinced it would be worth forking out that …

2 reviews

 

DLAX 4K Series
JVC DLA-X 4K Series

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Extras: 3D-ready

Their brief time with JVC's new DLA-X 4K projectors left an excellent impression on Trusted Reviews, even if there still isn't any true 4K content to watch on them. The X70 and X90 are the …

1 review

 

 
VPLHW20
Sony Bravia VPL-HW20

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp

“Likes: clean picture, natural colours; flexible, sharp lens; digital conversion correction. Dislikes: no DeepColour.”

4 reviews

 

VPLVW95ES
Sony VPL-VW95ES

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

The Sony VPL-VW95ES features active 3D technology and uses SXRD projection, so that you can have a full HD image projected up to 300 inches across. It has a dynamic contrast ratio of 150000:1, …

4 reviews

 

DLA-X70R
JVC DLA-X70

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

"FOR: Staggering image quality, with excellent levels of detail, contrast and colour. AGAINST: Its resolution isn't all it seems; the technology doesn't work with 3D."

2 reviews

 

DLAX3
JVC DLA-X3

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

The JVC DLA-X3 is a home theatre projector to get excited about. The experts at TechRadar were blown away by the 2D image performance of this projector, and were similarly impressed by the

4 reviews

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 2/2011 JVC DLA-X3 From the moment JVC first put its new optical wire grid technology inside one of its D-ILA projectors with the near-legendary DLA-HD1, the brand has been a major player in the home projection market - and a real thorn in the side of many more established projector brands. In fact, the arrival each year of the latest refinement of JVC’s proprietary projection engine has become a procession of ecstatic reviews, accompanied by ponderings about just how on earth the brand can improve for its next year’s releases. … to review

JVC DLA-X30
JVC DLA-X30

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Trusted Reviews like the build quality and price of the JVC DLA-X30B projector. It has a full HD resolution JVC D-ILA chipset, a native contrast ratio of 50,000:1 and active 3D playback. The contrast …

2 reviews

 

JVC DLA-HD 750
JVC DLA-HD 750

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

"... Contrast levels are even more impressive than they are on the excellent 'HD350 ... There's greater detail and clarity, too, which lends images a more immersive, three-dimensional

3 reviews

 

More information at: What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, issue Awards 2009 Awards '09 - Projectors Projectors: For the ultimate home cinema experience, a big TV simply won't do: a good projector is really the only way to go. In test: Three "Best product" projectors ranging from £1100 to £3000 were reviewed and rated. No final scores were awarded. … to review

VPLVW90ES
Sony VPL-VW90ES

Full-HD; Projector Type: D-ILA / SXRD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Trusted Reviews gave the Sony VPL VW90ES a rather tough assessment, saying that despite its superb 2D performance, elegantly integrated approach to 3D, and excellent PC support, all the messy …

7 reviews

 

 

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Product information and further reviews

(R)evolution Heimkino 2-3/2009 - JVC presented not one but two brand new D-ILA projectors (the DLA-HD350 and the HD750) at this year’s IFA in Berlin. The first one has finally managed to make its way into our test labs. Review details: Single test. Among the test criteria were picture (contrast, colour reproduction, sharpness ...), practical application (zoom factor, ventilation fan noise, operating costs) and operation (device, remote control, menus).

JVC DLA-HD350 CNET.de 2/2009 - The continuous development of its D-ILA technology has enabled JVC to now create an extra special class of projectors, marked by the release of the DLA-HD350 model. According to the technical specs, this device comes with a wide range of features, an unbelievable contrast level of 30,000:1 and a brightness reading of 1000 lumens. ‘CNET.de’ tested out whether these numbers were just as impressive in practice.

Start selling any spare body parts What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 11/2006 - Meridian's projector package is a filmic fusion of technologies that merits its arm'n'leg price-tag.

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D-ILA projectors are specifically aimed at wealthy home theater enthusiasts who are looking for the ideal projector for their high-end, relatively large projection rooms. Their qualities are a raster-free projection, a large colour gamut and accurate, natural colour reproduction, so they are also a consideration for using with HDTV.


D-ILA (Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier) and LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) projectors were previously reserved for use in the field of professional presentations due to their very high price of up to £50,000. Prompted mainly by the manufacturer JVC, as well as the ever-growing home theater market, consumer models are now appearing on the market. The 16:9 optimised home theater models in particular want to attract wealthy home theater enthusiasts looking for a high-quality alternative to the otherwise popular HTPC (Home Theater Personal Computer) projectors. These projectors, however, require a relatively large projection room – a distance of four or five meters is required to achieve the conventional 2 to 2.5 meter image size. The strengths of the D-ILA technology lies mainly in its almost raster-free projection, and a sharpness and detail which approach cinema standards. The enormous fill rate means that pixel structure is barely noticable even on canvas, or with a larger image size. Likewise, artifacts such as noise and false contour effect also don't arise. The high density of pixels on the chip makes it easy to achieve a 'Full HD' resolution. Even with a large screen size, they allow a shorter viewing distance. They also provide an above average amount of colour on HDTV standard, which permits the representation of all colour nuances of the picture signal during appropriate signal processing. The most frequently used xenon lamps (over 500W) guarantee a consistent colour temperature, making the colours displayed look very natural. One disadvantage of these lamps, however, is their high price and energy consumption, as well as their comparatively short life, so recently more economical and longer-lasting UHP lamps (250W) have been used instead. Despite their small dimensions, D-ILA projectors are only intended for mobile use under certain conditions because of their high weight.