Ultimate Dynamic Range

Achieves exceptionally bright 1,900 lm*1 with newly adopted high-output lamp

The newly adopted 265W high-output lamp in the new D-ILA projectors delivers a brightness of 1,900 lm*1, which is an increase of over 40% compared to previous models*2. What’s more, smoother and more powerful pictures can be achieved through the combination of the new lamp and JVC’s original D-ILA device with an even narrower gap between pixels for efficient use of light. Powerful, vivid and highly detailed 4K high-definition video can be enjoyed even in environments where it's hard to block out light, such as living rooms, that are not ideally suited for viewing high-definition videos.

  • *1: DLA-X9000 *2: Previous model DLA-X900R.
Achieves exceptionally bright 1,900 lm with newly adopted high-output lamp

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Ultimate dynamic contrast ratio of 1,500,000:1*3 achieved by 150,000:1 high native contrast ratio

The combination of JVC’s original D-ILA device and an optical engine equipped with a wire grid that complements the new high-output lamp results in high native contrast ratio of 150,000:1*3. Input signals are analysed with an original algorithm that is combined with Intelligent Lens Aperture, which automatically controls the black level of the image to achieve an ultimate dynamic contrast of 1,500,000:1.

  • *3: DLA-X9000
Ultimate dynamic contrast ratio of 1,500,000:1 achieved by 150,000:1 high native contrast ratio

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Compatible with the next-generation HDR*4 content

The new D-ILA projectors are compatible with content boasting a wide dynamic range such as the next-generation Blu-ray disc that is expected to expand in the future, and over-the-top (OTT) video services. Capitalising on the native contrast, these projectors are capable of achieving visual effects that are similar to the human eye with exceptional brightness that is close to the dynamic range for camcorders and a high contrast ratio. Also, the projectors can display images with peak brightness three times*5 that of conventional cinemas thanks to the adoption of a new high-output lamp. With this, what was difficult to display up until now, such as lustre and glittering, as well as details in dark areas, can be viewed simultaneously.

  • *4: Stands for high dynamic range. *5: at 100-inch projection.
Conventional Projector

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Compatible with the next-generation HDR content

Complies with the latest HDMI/HDCP 2.2 standards to enable full spec 4K signal input

The projectors are capable of receiving full spec 4K signals including 4K60P 4:4:4, 4K60P 4:2:2/36-bit and 4K24P 4:4:4/36-bit as the units comply with the latest HDMI standard with 18 Gbps transmission band width compatibility for reproducing more vivid colours with more precise gradation. In order to be compatible with copyright-protected content such as OTT video services and the next-generation Blu-ray disc, the projectors comply with the latest HDMI standard and HDCP 2.2. With the two HDMI terminals, up to 2 copyright-protection-compatible HDMI devices can be directly connected.

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