JVC Introduces DLA-M4000L Large Venue D-ILA Projector.WAYNE, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 17, 1999--
Ultra-Bright 4,000 ANSI Lumen Performance
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JVC Jonker-Volgenant-Castanon PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS COMPANY introduces the DLA-M4000L ultra-bright 4,000 ANSI lumen large venue projector, ideal, for multi-purpose event halls, large conference centers, and auditoriums. It is the first industrial-grade large venue projector to utilize JVC's Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier (D-ILA See LCoS. ) technology.
"Full-size, big-screen images have never looked so good," said David Walton, JVC's marketing communications manager. "This new projector pushes D-ILA technology to a new level, with images that rival the intensity and brilliance of a film projector even when projected in a large, brightly lit room."
Incorporating JVC's breakthrough D-ILA, the DLA-M4000L delivers true S-XGA images with unprecedented sharpness and clarity on screens up to 50ft across (measured diagonally). Even more impressive is the DLA-M4000L's ultra-high brightness of 4000 ANSI lumens which ensures super-sharp, crystal-clear images with excellent contrast - Better yet, this high-performance projector boasts a compact, lightweight but rugged design for easy installation virtually anywhere and is capable of being stacked for even more powerful big-screen performance.
Proprietary D-ILA(TM) Technology
The D-ILA device, JVC's own development, is a unique 0.9" diagonal reflective CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) Pronounced "c-moss." The most widely used integrated circuit design. It is found in almost every electronic product from handheld devices to mainframes. chip which is addressed digitally by the source signal. Packing 1.4 million pixels onto the chip with a tiny 13.5 micron pitch between pixels produces a very smooth, silky image. By minimizing the space between pixels, the D-ILA's high-density structure and extra high aperture ratio of 93% effectively eliminate stripe noise and produce crisp, clear images from edge to edge with well-defined details and vivid, true-to-life colors. The driving IC substrate is located behind the liquid crystal layer, making it possible to achieve much higher levels of brightness and resolution than with conventional devices.
Another advantage of the D-ILA device is the vertical alignment ("homeotropic" structure) of the liquid crystal layer. This ensures that projected images have extra high contrast and makes it possible to accurately reproduce even very subtle gradation gradation: see ablaut. differences between the lighter and darker parts of the projected image.
Industry Leading Performance
The DLA-M4000L's newly developed 1600W Xenon arc lamp Xenon arc lamps are an artificial light source. Powered by electricity, they use ionized xenon gas to produce a bright white light that closely mimics natural daylight.
Xenon arc lamps can be roughly divided into three categories:
The DLA-M4000L faithfully reproduces true SXGA (Super XGA) A screen resolution of 1280x1024 pixels. SXGA is commonly used on standard monitors, but provides a 1.25:1 aspect ratio, compared to the more common 1.33:1 (4:3) ratio. SXGA+ has a 1400x1050 resolution, which is an exact 1.33:1 ratio. See PC display modes. images without conversion. To ensure the DLA-M4000L is versatile enough to meet other projection requirements, JVC also included its innovative Adaptive DPC DPC Department of Premier and Cabinet (Victoria, Australia)
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Natural Color Reproduction
Improved 10-bit Digital Gamma Correction circuitry provides smoother, more accurate gray scale and color reproduction, while the use of the Xenon arc lamp provides illumination that closely matches the spectrum of natural light. Both are critical for all your images, from subtle skin tones in electronic cinema screenings to the complex coloration col·or·a·tion
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Flexible Projection Settings
The DLA-M4000L offers a built-in lens shift capability, both horizontal (-50% to +50%) and vertical (-30% to +30%). With a choice of high performance, interchangeable lenses, including a 3:1-7:1 wide range zoom lens and a 1.5:1 fixed lens, offer flexibility in positioning the projector for a variety of applications. In addition, the DLA-M4000L's chassis is mechanically designed for hassle-free projector stacking without the need for racks. This allows users to easily multiply light output in challenging applications like concerts or huge arenas.
"The DLA-M4000L represents JVC's dedication to the expansion of our projector line, through our new Visual Systems Division," noted Walton. "We are convinced that D-ILA technology will lead the way in the future as the market demands brighter, higher resolution projectors."
For more information or to download high resolution photos, please visit our D-ILA media resource page at www.jvc.com/pro/vsd.
JVC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS COMPANY, headquartered in Wayne, New Jersey Wayne is a township in Passaic County, New Jersey, United States, located less than 20 miles from midtown Manhattan. As of the United States 2000 Census, the township had a total population of 54,069. , distributes a complete line of presentation equipment, including projectors, plasma displays and visual presenters, as well as broadcast and professional equipment. For additional information about the D-ILA projector line or any JVC product, contact David Walton at 1-800-JVC-5825 or visit JVC's web site at www.jvc.com/pro.