Invision UK to distribute JVC 3D projectors

Looking to capitalise on the growing demand for 3D entertainment, Invision UK has taken on the distributorship for JVC's range of projectors based on D-ILA technology.
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Invision UK has been appointed as distributor for JVC’s range of 3D projectors.

“We are thrilled to have added JVC’s multi-award-winning 3D projector range to our roster,” said Mark Taylor, business manager at Invision UK. “These are some of the best projection products currently available, and they complement our other brands perfectly.”

The JVC 3D projector range includes the DLA-X3, DLA-X7 and DLA-X9. These have a new cabinet design with centre mounted lens, symmetrical design and rear input terminals that allow more versatile positioning and mounting options. A glossy black finish cabinet is standard on all models, with white available as an option on the DLA-X3.

With a new generation D-ILA Optical Engine, JVC says that it has dramatically improved projector picture performance. The D-ILA Device Driver and Wire Gird have been redesigned to reach the purest black level ever, according to the company, as well as the smoothest gradation of colours. Using a combination of a new Short-Arc High Efficiency UHP Lamp with a 16 Step Lens and Lamp Double Aperture, the native contrast ratio is significantly increased. The brightness has also been increased to 1,300 ANSI lumens. In addition, Adobe RGB, DCI and sRGB colour profiles allow more accurate colours. Beyond this, JVC’s double-speed Clear Motion Drive has been further improved to reduce motion blur, with the choice of Frame Interpolation and Black Frame Insertion.

The new flagship projector, the DLA-X9, is built using hand-selected, hand-tested components and achieves 100,000:1 native contrast ratio. The DLA-X7 offers a 70,000:1 native contrast ratio, while the DLA-X3 offers a 50,000:1 native contrast ratio.

The distribution deal follows on from Invision UK’s appointment as distributor of Draper projection screens, offering custom sizes across the full range of electric drop down and fixed frame screens.

www.invisionuk.com

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