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There's been very little posted here on the G15U-V Cineline version of the G15, but a quick look at it's features shows some similarity to the G150CL, also part of JVC's Cineline collection:


DLA-G15U-V description from http://pro.jvc.com/prof/Attributes/f...l_id=MDL101302


- VGP (Video Gamma Profiled) version of the DLA-G15U

- For most critical screening applications

- Meets D-6500 color temperature standard

- Optimized gray scale color temperature tracking

- Gamma levels precisely set for highest quality digital cinema


I have not seen this one in action and know nothing else about it other than what's on the JVC website, but this could be a lower cost way to approach some of the G150 features without springing for the full G150. Note also though that one can buy the G150 for considerably less than the G15U-V list price, but I would suspect that the G15U-V street price would be considerably better than the G150 street price.


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Based on my measurements of this projector, you'd be better off with a G15U calibrated by me or one of my licensees. JVC's VGP is simply their "home theater" gamma curve; the one's I've seen have not been all that flat or close to d65, and there's a lot more that can be tweaked on this projector.


And, last I looked they charged $1000 for this, so I'm cheaper!


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