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Is it 8.3 million addressable pixels at the same time?

You seem to reference TVS non-pros a lot. Do you work for the company? I find their reviews about as good as PJC. In other words not good.

Kris discussed the .67 chip in this article.
https://www.soundandvision.com/conte...s-4k-really-4k
it is 8.3MP per frame. As for the rest, any reply would not be constructive.
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Hi, Dun. To be fair, I would say that sharpness is constituted by more than one attribute. Lens, precision, resolution, and (believe it or not) even contrast contribute. I am a fan of single chip DLPs because of their ability to display precise lines, well at least better than a three chip display that has less than absolutely flawless convergence. However, full detail rendering also depends on higher resolution and ultimately the quality of the lens.

So, while a single chip XPR can put up 1528x2 more precisely, and it may look sharper for some things, it can also look less sharp for others due to the panel's resolution limitations.
That 1528x2 based XPR chip gets destroyed displaying 4K PC desktop at 100% DPI scaling when compared to a true native 4K.

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That's basically what I'm arguing as well, namely that 4K XPR, in the .47 and .67 DMDs can be sharper than other 4K technologies, but is not always sharper. However, just because on a particular test, one 4K system looks better than another, doesn't imply that the losers are "fake 4K".
I consider the 0.47 chips that run 1920x1080x4 to be close enough to not be fake 4K. These even resolve at 1 pixel level for 4K test images. I consider 1528x2 to be fake 4K it just doesn't resolve pixel level well. On something like PC desktop , it (benq LK970) was so blurry I thought it may have been out of focus.
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I consider the 0.47 chips that run 1920x1080x4 to be close enough to not be fake 4K. These even resolve at 1 pixel level for 4K test images. I consider 1528x2 to be fake 4K it just doesn't resolve pixel level well. On something like PC desktop , it (benq LK970) was so blurry I thought it may have been out of focus.
Interesting.... The below shots of the QBF patttern came from my LK970 and it actually did a terrific job of displaying the pattern.......extremely sharp and consistent across the entire pattern........much, much better than some "True 4K" projectors i have had here...
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Just as an example..... the below shot of the QBF is from my mates Sony 760ES ..... ( he purchased the LK970 off me )
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I remain curious.


Will the LX-NZ3 have a Clear Motion Drive frame interpolation aboard or not?

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As with all DLPs this will have pros and cons which each individual will have to weigh up which of these appeal more. Don't shot the messenger but this will probably produce a crisper image up close to the screen than the rest of JVC's Native 4K range and have superior motion but it will probably not be considered by those that have dedicated home cinema bat caves because it's contrast will let it down despite all the rest of it's pros.

Will still be interesting to see a video comparison review against one of it's big brothers in the near future.

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As with all DLPs this will have pros and cons which each individual will have to weigh up which of these appeal more. Don't shot the messenger but this will probably produce a crisper image up close to the screen than the rest of JVC's Native 4K range and have superior motion but it will probably not be considered by those that have dedicated home cinema bat caves because it's contrast will let it down despite all the rest of it's pros.

Will still be interesting to see a video comparison review against one of it's big brothers in the near future.

Will this projector have 3D?
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Is it 8.3 million addressable pixels at the same time?



You seem to reference TVS non-pros a lot. Do you work for the company? I find their reviews about as good as PJC. In other words not good.



Kris discussed the .67 chip in this article.

https://www.soundandvision.com/conte...s-4k-really-4k


For all intents and purposes: yes.

You have to understand how our eyes work— specifically something called persistence of vision. The individual pixels are being flashed so quickly (240Hz) that your eye perceives it as one static image.

If i could draw a comparison...
It’s a bit like how an LCD (and LCD based tech) ‘draws’ it’s image, line by line, from the top of the screen to bottom. This will appear as one static image to your eye but it is, again, a perception of our anatomy and not actually what is happening.
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it is 8.3MP per frame. As for the rest, any reply would not be constructive.
Actually an answer to the question of if you work for TVSpro is pertinent and would be constructive?

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Actually an answer to the question of if you work for TVSpro is pertinent and would be constructive?
I am not now and never have been affiliated with TVSpro in any way.
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JVC knows projectors. I am pretty sure this unit will be the best of its breed. They can't work miracles but it should work very well in certain rooms.
If that were true, why was their LX-UH1 so poor in terms of contrast compared to other DLP protectors around the same price or cheaper? It certainly doesn't instill confidence in me about this projector, but I reserve all judgements until I actually see it.
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If that were true, why was their LX-UH1 so poor in terms of contrast compared to other DLP protectors around the same price or cheaper? It certainly doesn't instill confidence in me about this projector, but I reserve all judgements until I actually see it.
These projectors are a stock platform. In other words, anybody selling a 0.47" XPR DLP bought the same basic platform with the same specs. So native contrast is pretty much the same on all of them.
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These projectors are a stock platform. In other words, anybody selling a 0.47" XPR DLP bought the same basic platform with the same specs. So native contrast is pretty much the same on all of them.
Right. I am just questioning the claim that this new JVC will be "the best of its breed". As far as I saw, the LX-UH1 was far from the best DLP in the $2500 and lower category. So I see no reason to believe this new JVC will be the best DLP in the $3700 and under category either.

But it's just my assumption. I won't declare it until I see it heh.
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Right. I am just questioning the claim that this new JVC will be "the best of its breed". As far as I saw, the LX-UH1 was far from the best DLP in the $2500 and lower category. So I see no reason to believe this new JVC will be the best DLP in the $3700 and under category either.

But it's just my assumption. I won't declare it until I see it heh.
Compared to other 0.47" DLP's at this price point, it should:

Match or beat them in sharpness
Match them in contrast
Beat them in lens shift capability
Beat them in HDR tone mapping capability
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Compared to other 0.47" DLP's at this price point, it should:

Match or beat them in sharpness
Match them in contrast
Beat them in lens shift capability
Beat them in HDR tone mapping capability
I can believe it would beat them in all but contrast based on the terrible internal reflections that made the contrast in the LX-UH1 worse than similarly priced competitors from what I saw.
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Compared to other 0.47" DLP's at this price point, it should:

Match or beat them in sharpness
Match them in contrast
Beat them in lens shift capability
Beat them in HDR tone mapping capability
It will be interesting to see the calibrated lumens on this. Mike have you heard if this will have 3D capability?
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It will be interesting to see the calibrated lumens on this. Mike have you heard if this will have 3D capability?
I don't think it is 3D capable.
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IFA related JVCKenwood Information on the LX-NZ3.


https://www.virtualmarket.ifa-berlin...X-NZ3,p1692465


Available in Germany / Europe from December, probably for 3,500 € (incl. VAT)

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Houston, we got visual transmission of the LX-NZ3 from our probe in Berlin.




Unfortunately, the decisive part is near the end of the video, the LX-NZ3 performs outside the traditional batcave JVC theater in an open booth across from it, making any visual evaluation of its dynamic contrast performance impossible.


Awaiting information from other probes at IFA whether the LX-NZ3 will also perform inside the JVC theater. Until then over and out.
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Houston, we got visual transmission of the LX-NZ3 from our probe in Berlin.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VX3gpDs2ZlM


Unfortunately, the decisive part is near the end of the video, the LX-NZ3 performs outside the traditional batcave JVC theater in an open booth across from it, making any visual evaluation of its dynamic contrast performance impossible.


Awaiting information from other probes at IFA whether the LX-NZ3 will also perform inside the JVC theater. Until then over and out.

It's a projector from JVC and it has a black case. I was ready to post that JVC would want to provide the best contrast in the category, but then I remembered that JVC has already released an DLP projector last year and the contrast was disappointing, even considering only DLP projectors.

I hope this one do not follow the trend. Can't wait for impressions.
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It's a projector from JVC and it has a black case. I was ready to post that JVC would want to provide the best contrast in the category, but then I remembered that JVC has already released an DLP projector last year and the contrast was disappointing, even considering only DLP projectors.

I hope this one do not follow the trend. Can't wait for impressions.
Since the basic platform for XPR DLP is already set, you are not going to find much difference in native contrast between all the 0.47" chip projectors. Just like you are not going to find much difference in native with the 0.66" chip projectors. Most of the differences that you do find will be due to measurement technique, equipment accuracy or measurement error.
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Since the basic platform for XPR DLP is already set, you are not going to find much difference in native contrast between all the 0.47" chip projectors. Just like you are not going to find much difference in native with the 0.66" chip projectors. Most of the differences that you do find will be due to measurement technique, equipment accuracy or measurement error.
True.

But when laser is the light source, a good dimming implementation can produce a great dynamic contrast. The Optoma UHZ65, for example, is a projector with the typical bad native contrast of the 0,66" chip, but when the dynamic black is activated it projects a image with very good contrast (I remember Aztar35 really liked the blacks and overall contrast of his unit).

A good color reproduction is also something I would like this projector to be good. If I'm not mistaken the UHZ65 calibrated was around 86% of the DCI-P3. So, maybe something around 95% would be very welcome.
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I found this on the German forum. "This JVC is based on a BenQ base, so all the hardware is from the manufacturer. So I suspect that automation is borrowed from the W2700 / W5700." Kraine posted this.
Wondering if JVC is manufacturing it or if it is a rebadged BenQ with slight changes.
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I found this on the German forum. "This JVC is based on a BenQ base, so all the hardware is from the manufacturer. So I suspect that automation is borrowed from the W2700 / W5700." Kraine posted this.
Wondering if JVC is manufacturing it or if it is a rebadged BenQ with slight changes.
I was going to purchase a Benq HT5550/ W5700 as my secondary projector. Seems like it is a rebadged version of the Benq with a laser source. In my case, that's a positive with only a $1000 extra fee for the laser.
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I was going to purchase a Benq HT5550/ W5700 as my secondary projector. Seems like it is a rebadged version of the Benq with a laser source. In my case, that's a positive with only a $1000 extra fee for the laser.

BenQ will release its own home theater laser version and certainly cheaper than JVC.
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BenQ will release its own home theater laser version and certainly cheaper than JVC.
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That's very good to hear.

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