What makes a JVC projector different is the picture quality: the deepest black levels, and the highest native contrast which only D-ILA technology can deliver. The DLA-X35 brings this renowned performance combined with the excitement of 3D to a wider audience than ever before.
The X35 uses three D-ILA devices to project a Full HD 1920 x 1080 image with an amazing black level and 50,000:1 Native Contrast Ratio. “Native” means JVC does not use a dynamic iris, making it possible to reproduce the deepest blacks and vivid peak whites at the same time, for the most impactful images in each and every frame.
All new JVC Procision projectors are 3D enabled, and feature a wide range of 3D enhancements, including a brighter 3D picture and reduced 3D cross talk.
A 3D RF Emitter (PK-EM2, sold separately) syncs the projected image with JVC’s Active Shutter 3D RF Glasses (PK-AG3, sold separately) for a superior 3D experience, no matter what type of screen is used or how the home theater has been configured. By using RF technology, installation is simplified, and the available viewing range is increased substantially.
JVC offers impressive installation flexibility with a 2X Optical Zoom featuring motorized focus, zoom & lens shift settings. The X35 offers a Lens Memory function with five memories that allow those settings to be stored for different picture formats. This makes it easy to view multiple picture formats, such as 16:9 HDTV and Cinemascope movies, at a constant image height on a cinemascope screen, without any annoying black bars.
New Illumination System
A new 230W SHP lamp is rated for up to 4,000 hours in standard lamp mode or 3,000 hours in high lamp mode. A new lamp power supply is also incorporated. This new illumination system provides:
Contrast ratio - a specification that describes a device's ability to reproduce deep blacks and bright whites - is widely recognized as a key performance parameter for home theater display products. At JVC, we measure our Procision projectors' "native" contrast ratio - the intrinsic ability of the projector to show the complete range of image contrast simultaneously, without the use of a dynamic iris to artificially inflate contrast specifications.
The DLA-X35 Procision projector features a new 3D Processor with reduced 3D ghosting & cross talk
New 3D RF Glasses & 3D RF Emitter (Optional)
Anamorphic Scaling for 3D
PK-EM2 3D RF Emitter (Optional)
Used with a Cinemascope screen to display images from 2.35:1 video that are 75% larger and without letterbox bars, instead of 33% smaller and with letterbox bars, as is the case with fixed 16:9 displays.
Lens memory makes it possible to maintain a constant viewing height with various aspect ratios. Movies can be viewed at the same height as network programming, but with an expanded width for a more engaging experience-the way Hollywood intended.
JVC has enhanced Lens Memory for 2013 with increased precision. The DLA-X35 offers 5 lens memories.
Clear Motion Drive
Clear Motion Drive improves video with rapid movement. JVC has further enhanced its detection interpolation technology through high precision algorithms. Two modes are available to smooth motion in a wider range of video content. Clear Motion Drive reduces blur that is generated by high speed scenes such as sporting events and high speed action sequences, enhancing the viewing experience.
A wide variety of methods are available for system control. All JVC D-ILA Procision projectors offer a 12V trigger that can be configured for use with either a motorized screen or with an anamorphic lens. A 3D Synchro connection is provided for the 3D Emitter. An RS-232 connection is provided for more advanced system integration. A LAN connection is provided on all Procision models for system control and easy firmware updates.
Full remote control of the projector is possible via iPhone®, iPad® or iPod Touch® when connected to a wireless router.