They range from the affordable on up to a 3D capable 4K projector with a ridiculous (as in ridiculously awesome) contrast ratio.
JVC's new line of projectors runs the gamut, starting with the affordable DLA-X30, which offers a pretty solid 50,000:1 contrast ratio and 3D capabilities for $3,499. For $4,995 you can get your hands on the DLA-RS4800 which boasts similar stats with the ability to convert 2D to 3D.
Unlike the others, the DLA-F110E is made for situations where ambient light can be a problem. Its 1700 lumens brightness mean that it can be used either in the home or in a conference room. You'll be able to pick it up later this month for $7,495.
The DLA-RS55 is where things really start to ramp up. It's the more affordable of JVC's high end projectors, and was designed to deliver great quality at a lower price. It's both THX and ISF certified and is capable of displaying 4K video.
JVC's flagship DLA-RS65 does just about everything you could want from a projector. It upscales from SD to 4K and can handle conversion of 2D content to 3D. The RS65 and RS55 will be available in November at prices of $11,999 and $7,999 respectively.