JVC will use CEDIA to showcase its expanded lineup of HD-ILA- based microdisplay rear-projection televisions, including three new models supporting full 1,920 by 1,080p resolution.
The 56W-inch HD-56FH96, 61W-inch HD-61FH96 and 70W-inch HD-70FH96 are all slated to ship this fall at prices to be announced later. All include built-in ATSC tuners and digital CableCARD slots and feature dual HDMI with HDCP inputs, two IEEE 1394 FireWire ports, PC input, optical digital audio output and a media card reader.
Each model uses three of the company’s new 0.7-inch 1,920 by 1,080 D-ILA chips, which JVC describes as a vertically oriented LCoS technology. The D-ILA approach adds an inorganic alignment layer that stabilizes device performance and maximizes chip production, JVC said.
The three-chip structure has the ability to continuously reproduce a flicker- and burn-free picture. In addition, an invisible pixel structure ensures that there are no color or motion artifacts, and a true analog gray scale provides extensive gradations of black.
The 1,080p HD-ILA sets feature several new advancements, including the fifth generation of JVC’s Digital Image Scaling Technology (D.I.S.T.) and Genessa, a 32-bit CPU dedicated to controlling picture refinement. JVC’s D.I.S.T. seamlessly up-scales any video source to display at full high definition 1,080p.
Also new in JVC’s 1,080p televisions is a Digital Noise Suppressor that detects and eliminates “block noise,” a Mosquito Noise Suppressor that eliminates noise without degrading the image, and a 3D Y/C comb filter with DTV Cross Color Eliminator that uses an advanced 10-bit 3D Y/C separation process to eliminate cross color and dot interference.
Other image-enhancing technologies include JVC’s Five-Point Color Management System, Motion Adaptive Dynamic Gamma Control, Digital Super Detail edge enhancement, Digital Noise Clear circuitry, and five video status settings (D6500K/standard/game/theater/dynamic).