— JVC is unveiling at CEDIA Expo six 3D-capable D-ILA home-theater projectors from its consumer and professional groups.
JVC’s consumer group is showing the DLA-X9, DLA-X7 and DLA-X3, while the professional group unveils the DLA-RS60, DLARS50 and DLA-RS40, the company said.
All of the models will be available this fall at prices to be announced later, and are said to be 3D-enabled.
As such, they each include dual HDMI 1.4a outputs and support side-by-side broadcast, frame series (3D Blu-ray) and above-below 3D transmissions.
An external 3D signal emitter in the projectors syncs the image with JVC active-shutter 3D glasses.
To enable high-quality 3D images, JVC has developed new D-ILA device chips, and a third-generation D-ILA optical engine without the use of an auto iris.
The systems produce high native contrast ratios of the following levels:
• DLA-X9/RS60: 100,000:1
• DLA-X7/RS50: 70,000:1
• DLA-X3/RS40: 50,000:1.