JVC ANNOUNCES NEW DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY

JVC Professional Products Company previews its new display technology that delivers a native contrast ratio of 10000:1 as well as its entire line-up of D-ILA home theater projectors at CEDIA EXPO 2006 in the JVC HD Theater located at the Denver Performing Arts Center.

This newly developed technology will be implemented in JVC’s new full
HD home theater projector featuring its proprietary 3-chip D-ILAT
(Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier) technology that delivers native
1920x1080p resolution. JVC’s D-ILA devices utilize ‘non-moving’
mirror reflective technology to eliminate the “screen-door effect” and
offer a high aperture ratio of more than 90 percent to ensure smooth,
film-like images and incredible detail as seen on big-screen Hollywood
films.

In addition, the new projector will be equipped with a converter and
scaler that up-converts the incoming source regardless of its original
format to properly display images at 1080p.

“This projector is packed with advanced technologies, enhancing JVC’s
projector line-up,” said Carl Mandlebaum, national marketing manager,
display products, JVC Professional Products Company. “We continue our
efforts in research and development to deliver the highest quality
projectors for the home theater market.”