JVC Home Theater Systems – High Resolution
PRODUCTS COMPANY today announced the availability of
the DLA-HX1U projector. The latest JVC three-chip D-ILA projector
delivers the highest resolution in its class (1400
x 788) with a native 16:9 aspect ratio for a true high
definition home theater experience.
Using three reflective 1.1-megapixel WXGA-PLUS 16:9
Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier chips gives
the DLA-HX1U superior color reproduction, better gradation
and smoother images over its single-chip counterparts.
Three-chip D-ILA projectors utilize three separate
RGB panels inside the unit to continuously produce
full-resolution color images; whereas a single chip
projector alternatively displays red, green and blue
images and relies on the human brain to integrate them
into the color picture. JVC’s D-ILA three-chip
projector features superb color reproduction and is
free of flicker and rainbow effects.
“Our products have traditionally been oriented
toward professional customers and professional applications,” explained
Edgar Shane, product manager of JVC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS
COMPANY. “But consumers that build or have high-end
home theater systems installed prefer to buy and use
high-quality, professional-grade audio and video components.
With the DLA-HX1U, we can offer the high end performance
D-ILA projectors are famous for at a moderate price.”
D-ILA Chips Make a Better Home Theater JVC’s unique reflective D-ILA technology provides
tighter, more closely spaced pixels that provide a
higher aperture ratio. Since the gaps between pixels
are not noticeable, the picture is extremely smooth
and offers both film-like resolution and accurate reproduction
of natural colors. Unlike transmissive liquid crystal
technologies, D-ILA projects cinema-quality images
that are free of any visible pixel grid or “screen
The DVI-D Plug and Play interface provides direct-digital
input with HDCP providing compatibility with set top
boxes and advanced digital players. Coupled with the
DLA-HX1U’s native 16:9 aspect ratio with high
resolution (1400 x 788—1.1M pixels), users can
enjoy high-quality HD and DVD image reproduction without
degradation. Exclusive JVC technologies also provide
the DLA-HX1U with both superior color and truer black
reproduction. A unique optical engine and AG circuitry
produce rich natural colors with better gradations
and intermediate tones for a smooth, lifelike appearance.
JVC’s Digital Image Scaling Technology
enhancer provides sophisticated de-interlacing and
scaling algorithms for high-resolution reproduction
of HDTV or DVD images. The DLA-HX1U accepts analog
signals including 720p, 1080i, 1080/24sF~30sF and HDTV
formats ensuring compatibility with DTV / HDTV signals.
The DLA-HX1U offers discreet IR codes and separate
on / off remote control commands allowing it to work
seamlessly with multi-component control systems.
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