|JVC’s Rear Projection HD-ILA Sets Go 1080p|
|Home Theater News Rear Projection HDTV News|
|Written by AVRev.com|
|Tuesday, 08 November 2005|
JVC is expanding its HD-ILA line with three new models in 56-, 61- and 70-inch sizes, each using the company’s new 1920x1080, 0.7-inch D-ILA device (a vertically-oriented LCOS technology). The three-chip structure can continuously reproduce a flicker and burn-free picture while an invisible pixel structure should keep color or motion artifacts away.
The units, part of JVC’s DesignerPro series, deliver over two million pixels to produce a high-definition picture at a 1920x1080 resolution. They feature new advancements like the company’s fifth-generation Digital Imaging Scaling Technology used to upscale video sources to 1080p and Genessa, a 32-bit CPU that controls picture refinement.
Also new is a three step Optical Iris system that is said to improve black levels and gradation in dark scenes, a Digital Noise Suppressor that detects and eliminates “block noise”, a Mosquito Noise Suppressor that eliminates noise without degrading the image and a 3D Y/C comb filter that uses a 10-bit separation process to eliminate cross color and do interference embedded in older source material.
The HD-56FH96 ($4,000), HD-61FH96 ($4,500) and HD-70FH96 ($6,000) will all be available starting in October.