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The JVC DLA-HD100 is a full HD front projector, capable of displaying images at a 1920x1080 resolution.

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Low fan noise

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Deep blacks

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Fantastic contrast ratio

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Natural color and excellent details

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Great picture out of the box

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No VGA or DVI input

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The JVC DLA-HD100 is a full HD front projector, capable of displaying images at a 1920x1080 resolution. The DLA-HD100 features a 30000:1 contrast ratio using JVC’s patented D-ILA technology. The HD100 is the successor to the popular HD1 with notable improvements in the image quality, and adjustability departments. This projector also displays with a brightness of 600 lumens, on a 2X motorized zoom lens, and features a built-in 2.35:1 cinematic stretch mode. The JVC DLA-HD100 connects via its Component, Composite, S-Video and two HDMI 1.3 inputs, as well as its RS-232C D-Sub 9pin connector. Available January 2007, the JVC DLA-HD100 retails at $8000. The HD100 is the consumer version of the business-oriented JVC DLA-RS2.

Features
  • Full HD Projector
  • 1920 x 1080 Display Resolution
  • 30000:1 contrast ratio
  • D-ILA technology
  • 600 Lumen Brightness
  • Mini D-Sub 15pin, HDMI 1.3, Component, Composite, and S-video Inputs
  • RS-232C Compatibility (D-Sub 9pin)
  • Gennum GF9351 processor
Differences between HD1 and HD100

Image quality - according to JVC the HD100 features a contrast ratio that is double of the HD1, while avoiding the use of an auto-iris that many other manufacturers employ. The HD100 also adds the ability to handle 2.35:1 content natively which obviates the need for an outboard processor that the HD1 requires.

Connectivity - the HD100 contains the most recent HDMI 1.3 specification while the HD1 uses the previous HDMI 1.2 spec.

Powered lens - the lens on the HD100 can be shifted from the remote while the HD1 is a manual lens that needs to be shifted on the projector itself.

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