JVC Announces New D-ILA 4K Projectors

Debuting the DLA-VS4700 and DLA-VS4010NLG projectors
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WAYNE, N.J.—It’s a two for one deal with the announcement of new Visualization Series projectors from JVC, as the company is preparing the DLA-VS4700 and DLA-VS4010NLG projectors for users. Both units are three-chip D-ILA projectors that feature BLU-Escent technology, a solid-state, laser-phosphor hybrid illumination system, and high contrast IR output.

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The DLA-VS4700 offers native 4K resolution with e-shift technology enabling to display up to 8K. It can come with either a fixed or zoom lens and offers 3,000 lumens with greater than 12,000:1 contrast ratio. I/O terminals include four DisplayPort 1.2a, LAN, RJ45, RS-232C, USB, mini wired remote and sync out. Additional features include digital smear reduction via black frame insertion, 12-bit color bit depth and six-axis color management system. The projector has 50 Hz, 60 Hz and 120 Hz synchronous operation that supports simulation generators in single, dual, quad stripe or quadrant mode.

The DLA-VS4010NLG displays 4096x2400 pixels and delivers 6,000 lumens with greater than 10,000:1 contrast ratio. The unit is compatible with a range of fixed or zoom lenses and offers 8-bit depth with single-link DVI and 12-bit color depth with dual-link DVI. Connectivity options include four DVI-D dual-link inputs, as well as Ethernet, USB and three RS-232 ports.

JVC will make the DLA-VS4010NLG available in December, while the DLA-VS4700 will be released in Spring 2018.


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