JVC Procision DLA-X70R D-ILA 3D Projector Specs

Type: D-ILA, three-chip
Native Resolution: 1080p
Rated Lamp Life: 3,000/2,000 hours (Normal/High Lamp Power, estimated)
Dynamic Iris: No
Lens Shift: Horizontal/Vertical
Dimensions (W x H x D, inches): 18 x 7.1 x 18.6
Weight (pounds): 33.9

Inputs: Video: HDMI 1.4 (2), component video (1), RGB HD15 (1)
Additional: RS-232C, 3D Synchro, Remote Control (3.5mm minijack), 12V trigger, LAN/RJ45 (1)

Company Info
JVC Americas Corp.
(973) 317-5000

JVC Americas Corp.
(973) 317-5000

chrisheinonen's picture


The Sony 95ES has lens memories, and has 5 positions to the 3 of the JVC models. Having used both, it seemed that the JVC was more likely to hit the target dead on and not require any adjustments than the Sony, but also took much longer to get there than the Sony, so it really was a wash on that aspect. The two extra memory positions were useful to allow for 1.78 and 1.85 memories to go with 2.40, 2.35 and 2.20 in my use.

On the X30 version, which has a much different CMS than the X70, doing those manual tweaks to the gamma at the low end that you did would lead to some severe posterization in the image. I assume this didn't come up in the X70 then?

Anthony's picture

What amazes me are the front projector reviewer with a tiny 78" screen. Projectors are for large projection. Thomas Norton seems to be still thinking of getting a larger screen. Let's wait before we can get a real review that merits the size a projector deserves.

Scott Wilkinson's picture
As stated in the review, Tom conducted most of this review on a 101-inch 2.35:1 screen. As he writes, "I briefly used the DLA-X70R on my resident 78-inch-wide, 1.3-gain, Stewart StudioTek 130 screen. I’m currently considering moving on to a new 96-inch-wide screen, and since many of you want something larger than 78 inches, I elected to do most of this review, and all of the measurements, on the 101-inch-wide, 1.1-gain, 2.35:1 Elite Osprey screen I reviewed in the October ’11 issue (posted at hometheater.com). Today’s projectors are getting brighter than they were when I acquired the 78-inch-wide screen, and once you’re accustomed to a bigger screen with a projector capable of lighting it up brilliantly (at least in 2D), it’s hard to go back."
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