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JVC's DLA-RS1 is a breakthrough home theater projector that features full 1920 x 1080p three-chip imaging and a new display technology that achieves a previously unattainable native 15,000:1 contrast ratio without the need for dynamic iris or other artificial means of contrast enhancement. This Reference Series video projector provides home theater enthusiasts with an extraordinary home theater experience at a fraction of the cost of--and with better performance than--high end digital cinemas. While the DLA-RS1 is targeted for the finest home theater installations, its price makes it accessible to a much wider range of home cinema buffs.
- Native 1920 x 1080 resolution
- D-ILA™ New Three Chip technology
- 15,000: 1 High Contrast Ratio without using Iris by new optical engine
- Outstanding Gray-scale reproduction
- Wide Lens Shift Range (V: 80%, H: 34%)
- Zoom Lens with 2 times Throw Ratio (1.4:1-2.8:1)
- Various Input Signals (2xHDMI, Composite, S-Video, Component)
- Low Fan Noise only (27dB)
- Sleek black cabinet with black non-reflective front panel
The DLA-RS1 incorporates JVC's renowned D-ILA (Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier) chip technology in a 3 panel design, eliminating the color separation and "rainbow" effects found in competing technologies. Each of the three D-ILA chips has a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 allowing the projector to fully display a full HD 1080p signal without scaling. JVC's new optical design provides a native contrast ratio of more than 15,000 to 1, a first in home cinema projectors.
The DLA-RS1 can be used in a variety of room environments due to its adjustable 80% vertical and 34% horizontal shift lens. The manual zoom lens has a range of 1.4:1 ∼ 2.8:1, making it suitable for screens up to 200 inches wide in a typical home theater. The projector is finished in a sleek black cabinet with a non-reflective front panel to eliminate light reflections onto the projection screen.
The DLA-RS1 is equipped with an HDMI input and accepts full HD 1080p signals provided by Blu Ray and HD-DVD players. Component and analog inputs are also provided. The unit can be externally operated by popular home theater automation contollers via its RS-232 port.