JVC used the recent CES 2017 to present a new line of 2017 custom installation projectors, which are based on the company’s D-ILA e-shift4 microdisplay technology, and will provide a slight boost in image brightness and contrast over earlier e-shift model iterations.
The new models will stand below the JVC flagship RS4500 ($34,999 suggested retail price), which was the company’s first native 4K Ultra HDTV D-ILA front projector, first announced at CEDIA Expo last fall.
The new line offers more affordable alternatives for generating a 4K-like viewing experience, including the support of native 4K content and high dynamic range.
The six new models will boost brightness and color performance, and will also offer: a new low-latency mode to reduce frame delay for better video game play, and an auto-detect HDR picture mode for HDR10 content. All six models offer two full-speed 18Gbps HDMI 2.0a inputs with HDCP2.2 to provide connection to native 4K UHD sources with support for up to 4096×2160 resolution, including HDR and 4:4:4 color sampling.
Read more on JVC’s 2017 projectors after the jump: