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Black-and-White Home Theater
Don't be deceived by the simplistic scheme of this home theater. What it lacks in hues, it makes up in technology.

That's right, it's a black-and-white theateras in black, and white. No gradients of gray. In fact, the whole house is like this. Just outside the theater is a black-and-white game room, a black-and-white bar area and a black-and-white exercise room. Elsewhere in the house, there's a zebra suite (enough said), a black-and-white living room complete with a black-and-white globe, and a black-and-white puzzle room.

Get the very high-contrast picture? We thought you would. It's pretty black and white. (Sorry. Couldn't resist.)

Theater-goers can relax in white leather Cineak Fortuny recliners when appreciating the picture from the JVC 3-panel 1080p D-ILA (Direct-drive Image Light Amplifier) projector. D-ILA is a variant of LCoS (liquid crystal on silicon), which is sort of a cross between DLP and LCD technology, offering a smooth, filmlike picture. So, um, Scott, we almost hate to ask, but how are the blacks?

The blacks are fine on this, Varn says. It's a great projector, and the picture is as good as any I've seen. It's not a very bright projector though, so any ambient light will wash it out. But this is a dark room.

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