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First Pics from the new JVC HD 350/JV HD 750 and specifications

post #1 of 3703
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From cinemotion.biz the first pics from the news D-ila JVC HD 350/HD 750 and all the specifications :







source :

http://www.cinemotion.biz/noticia_de...d=733&ccat_n=0

http://www.cinemotion.biz/noticia_de...d=732&ccat_n=0
post #2 of 3703
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Those 2 models will be available in Europe in two months.
post #3 of 3703
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Msrp for the JVC DLA-HD750 : 5999 euros
and 3999 euros fir tge JVC DLA-HD350

In Germany they are expecting a price under 3000 euros for the cheapest model.
post #4 of 3703
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More infos to come, tomorrow 29th August at the IFA (Berlin).
post #5 of 3703
Great info, Merci !
post #6 of 3703
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You're welcome (de rien )
post #7 of 3703
The offset lens is rather odd looking.
post #8 of 3703
And today it was Sony, launching 200Hz LCDs and its new entrylevel LCoS projector.

http://presscentre.sony.eu/Content/D...4&NewsAreaID=2
post #9 of 3703
The DLA-HD750 will have a color management for primarie and secondarie colors with 3 memories (ideal for our 3 video gamuts).
But i don't no about this color management. Maybe there will have xyY but i think not, it coult be too much good!
Tomorrow we'll have some more infos about it.
post #10 of 3703
Tom Stites: The cat is out of the bag. How about a little more information?
post #11 of 3703
As I mentioned in the CES rumor thread, I'm extremely happy to see the CMS and especially the addition of motorized lens shift in the new HD750.

What I'd really like to see confirmed is the lumen output for the HD750. It would be fantastic if it is indeed raised to 800lm (from the HD100s 600 lm) as it appears on those spec sheets.

However, since I remember the original rumors/spec leaks for the RS2/HD100 were a bit off (rated it the same as the RS1, which it wasn't), I'd really like to see these new light levels confirmed by JVC.

Is anyone on this thread actually going to be at the IFA show who might find out for us?

(Also, if there is a demo of the new JVCs I'd love to hear someone's impression, especially about image sharpness since someone mentioned that, if JVC went with a smaller panel it could compromise sharpness a bit).

Thanks.
post #12 of 3703
Lawguy
I am surprised JVC is not using a smaller panel for the cheaper model.
I am glad to read that JVC has not artifically dumbed down the lower end model buy using a less powerful lamp.
It was me echoing that a really small panel by its size put more pressure on the optics resloving power.
post #13 of 3703
I think they'll be officially announcing them today. Stay tuned (in the US that is). They go by RS-- in the US Pro division (I won't say specifically because they haven't made it official.
post #14 of 3703
donaldk
The Sony news talk about a bigger brother to the HW10. Would that be the VW70 or a more expensive model in the HW-line. No new panels in the HW10.
post #15 of 3703
It probably isn't a full CMS. But I suppose it could be. A CMS is more than just the ability to adjust primaries and secondaries. But it would be a lot better than thepresent adjustmenys.
post #16 of 3703
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Originally Posted by mark haflich View Post

It probably isn't a full CMS. But I suppose it could be. A CMS is more than just the ability to adjust primaries and secondaries. But it would be a lot better than thepresent adjustmenys.


What else is it?

Assuming you have full control of the x, y and Y of each of the colors, what else do you need to qualify as a full CMS?
post #17 of 3703
Now we know there will be two new models. Lets hope for a laser demo to kick up the contrast a few notches, 30000:1 is no shocker any more.
post #18 of 3703
Thanks for the info.

Well, it sounds like this will be a tweaked out RS2 tackling some stuff people had issues with so that is good.

As a RS2 owner I am pretty happy that there doesn't seem to be any major changes and I won't feel the need to upgrade. I have no doubt this will provide a superior image but I doubt it will be as drastic as the jump from the RS1 to the RS2 so there is no way I am going to take hit on resale for that like I did on the rs1-rs2 upgrade. I find the RS2 light output fine, the over saturated colours fine and am fine with manual lens shift and the vents being in the front.

The only issue I really have is there is still some minor motion blur/separation on horizontal scrolling stuff although it is less than what the RS1 has. Hopefully this new guy gets rid of that for future buyers.
post #19 of 3703
Does not look like these two models offer anything which may be classified as next gen PQ leap.

I will reserve judgement till after CEDIA, but if so, the new D8 LCDs and Sony are going to make JVC regret not pushing the envelope further. Given that RS2 was only a minor improvement on the RS1, it will have been 2 years where they chose to do little on FP technogy.
post #20 of 3703
JVC just sent out their CEDIA flyer for the show. In addition to their 4k projector they will be showing the new RS-10, it's not on the website yet but here is a picture:

Go to pro.jvc.com /referenceseries/default.htm
post #21 of 3703
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Originally Posted by donaldk View Post

And today it was Sony, launching 200Hz LCDs and its new entrylevel LCoS projector.

http://presscentre.sony.eu/Content/D...4&NewsAreaID=2

Good for Europe, not as good for the US...

200/25 for PAL is a natural at 8X.

Still, nice to see the panel times getting faster and faster.

Cheers,
post #22 of 3703
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Originally Posted by Ohlson View Post

Now we know there will be two new models. Lets hope for a laser demo to kick up the contrast a few notches, 30000:1 is no shocker any more.

I believe it is a shocker, as no one else is doing this without a dynamic iris.

Cheers,
post #23 of 3703
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Originally Posted by sonystyle09 View Post

JVC just sent out their CEDIA flyer for the show. In addition to their 4k projector they will be showing the new RS-10, it's not on the website yet but here is a picture:

Go to pro.jvc.com /referenceseries/default.htm

For the lazy:

http://pro.jvc.com/referenceseries/default.htm
post #24 of 3703
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Originally Posted by fanbrain View Post

For the lazy:

http://pro.jvc.com/referenceseries/default.htm

For the lazier:

post #25 of 3703
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Originally Posted by fanbrain View Post

For the lazier:

Nice!
post #26 of 3703
So the RS10 has the same contrast as the RS2 and is brighter than the RS1 and is cheaper than the RS2????????????
post #27 of 3703
I am not sure what all I can say, but the RS10 will be a lower model than the RS1X (at least from a price point standpoint). Ditto with the RS20/RS2X. Lots of cool stuff on them...but I will reserve speaking anymore.
post #28 of 3703
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Originally Posted by Jason Turk View Post

...but I will reserve speaking anymore.

We are not asking you to speak. We are asking you to to just post everything you know.
post #29 of 3703
Ah, so the nomenclature is RS10/20 for the 'pro' versions of the HD350/750, right? Sounds like the RS1/2 will go on sale soon as the 10/20 come out.

PS Jason, did you say 'RS2X' above? Will there be such a thing?
post #30 of 3703
AHHHHHHHH it's killing me!!!

Nothing above the RS2X yet...RS20 will (as it stands now) be positioned slightly below (at least price wise).
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