Posted Mon Sep 19, 2016 at 01:00 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
A new Ultra HD projector has been revealed.
JVC has detailed its latest projector model. The DLA-RS4500 uses a native 4K D-ILA device and a laser light source with dynamic light control.
The projector offers 4096 x 2160 resolution and supports screen sizes over 200 inches. Likewise, the device uses JVC's proprietary second generation BLU-Escent laser phosphor light engine for a brightness level of 3000 lumens and 20,000 hours of operational life. In addition, the projector includes support for High Dynamic Range through HDR10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma, a new HDR standard for broadcasts and streaming services, and a wide color gamut of 100 percent DCI P3 and over 80 percent coverage of BT.2020.
Here's a rundown of other features per the press release:
- The DLA-RS4500 is undergoing relentless THX laboratory testing to become the world’s first THX Certified 4K projector. (pending certification)
- Two full speed full spec 18Gbps HDMI inputs with HDR and HDCP2.2
-JVC’s Multiple Pixel Control employs a new algorithm optimized for the new 4K device to produce detailed images even when converted from Full HD images.
- The DLA-RS4500 features JVC’s original blur reduction technology, Clear Motion Drive, which is compatible with 4K60p (4:4:4), and Motion Enhance, which minimizes motion blur by optimizing the D-ILA driver. These two technologies, working together, result in a smooth and detailed image.
- Onboard Screen Modes that optimize color and performance for different screen materials.
-Low Latency Mode, which decreases input lags from the source.
-Ten preset installation modes that combine settings for Lens Memory, Pixel Adjust, Screen Mask and other parameters to easily tailor settings to each installation.
The JVC DLA-RS4500 will be available in December for $34,999.95.
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