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JVC Releases 8K e-shift Home Theater Projector and Native 4K Projector Line

New line features six projectors for large, high-quality image needs.
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JVC has announced a new line of D-ILA projectors that features the company’s newest native 4K D-ILA device and includes the world’s first 8K e-shift home theater projector. The new line is comprised of six projectors to be available in October 2018. They are the Procision Series DLA-NX9, DLA-NX7, DLA-NX5, and the Reference Series DLA-RS3000, DLA-RS2000, and DLA-RS1000. The DLA-NX9 and DLA-RS3000 feature 8K e-shift technology and a 100mm diameter high-resolution glass lens. The DLA-NX7/DLA-RS2000 and DLA-NX5/DLA-RS1000 incorporate the latest 4K D-ILA device and a 65mm diameter glass lens.

The new DLA-NX9 and DLA-RS3000 are equipped with 8K e-shift technology. In addition to detailed imagery exceeding 4K, they also combine high brightness, high contrast, wide color gamut, and create stunningly realistic images.

JVC DLA-NX9 projector with 8K e-shift technology

JVC DLA-NX9 projector with 8K e-shift technology

JVC’s e-shift is proprietary high resolution display technology that quadruples the resolution by shifting pixels diagonally 0.5 pixel. In the DLA-NX9/DLA-RS3000, e-shift technology together with native 4K D-ILA devices produce an 8K image on the screen. Also, by using JVC’s own Multiple Pixel Control high resolution technology, full HD and 4K images are also converted to high-definition 8K images (8K signal input is not supported).

JVC’s newest 0.69-inch native 4K D-ILA device with 3.8 mm-pixel pitch achieves a high resolution display of 8.8 million pixels (4096 x 2160 pixels), and with improved planarization technique, which reduces light scattering and light diffraction, delivers improved brightness and black level compared to a conventional device. The narrow pitch provides native 4K imagery with a smooth, detailed picture without any visible pixel structure, even on large screens.

For more information, visit www.jvc.com

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