Posted Mon Sep 27, 2010 at 07:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward
It's the first projector of its kind to fall under the $3,000 mark.
D-ILA technology has, up until now, been something that's outside of the realm of possibility for a lot of folks. JVC's new projector comes in cheaper than any D-ILA projector in the past – just under $3,000.
You'll get a native contrast of 25,000:1 and a brightness of 1,000 ANSI lumens from the DLA-HD250. It's also equipped with Reon-VX processing to make sure that video looks as good as it possibly can.
"JVC projectors have been widely acclaimed for their performance, but they’ve remained out of reach for home theater enthusiasts with a limited budget," says JVC's Gary Klasmeier. "With this new projector we bring D-ILA’s remarkable film-like image quality and impressive native contrast to an entirely new market segment."
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