JVC’s eight newest projector models in both the Professional Products Div.’s Reference Series and the Consumer A/V Group’s Procision Series now include native 4K inputs, according to product engineering manager Gary Klasmeier, who unveiled the new models on Day One of CEDIA Expo.
JVC presented revamped lines for both its professional Reference Series and its consumer Procision series D-ILA projectors at CEDIA Expo Thursday; the top four of the eight new models offer 4K performance – 3840-x-2160-pixel resolution, four times that of full HD –and all eight are 3D-capable.
Electronics manufacturers have been wooing home theater enthusiasts with the latest 3D TVs, offering them cinema-like viewing experiences from the comfort of their own home, but with the arrival of a new class of powerful 3D projectors hard-core movie lovers with money to burn are now able to take their home cinema to the next level.
JVC unwrapped at CEDIA Expo a new line of eight D-ILA front projectors, six of which are what the company termed “3D-enabled.”
“A proper demonstration has never been more important. People who experience great products will say, ‘This just looks different. What’s with this?’ I’ve seen some of our dealers have a lot of success with movie nights in their showrooms. Or they make sure their systems are in a local [design house] tour. It just works to get these products out into the community.” -Gary Klasmeier, JVC Product Engineering Manager