For JVC to get a significant improvement in 3D crosstalk/ghosting they will have to make design changes to the DILA display chips to reduce their reponse time. The current generation of DILA chips take an expecially long time to fully transition from black to white. Processing nor new 3D glasses can resolve the 3D crosstalk issues with the JVC projectors. The real questions are, (1) have they had the necessary resources and time to complete the R&D and to then implement the production changes necessary in order to have a new generation of DILA chips ready to include in the projectors shipping in late 2012, and (2) have they been able to reduce the response time of the DILA chips without degrading other performance characteristics, such as black level & contrast ratio. We may not get a final answer until the new projectors ship, but I'm certain several of us will try to get answers from JVC at CEDIA.
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