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JVC Introduces the DLA-HD100 Home Theater Projector; Industry Highest 30,000:1 Native Contrast Ratio Further Improves True Black Level Reproduction.

Tokyo, Japan, Sept 26, 2007 - (JCN Newswire) - JVC (Victor Company of Japan, Ltd.), a leading innovator in the field of audiovisual technology, is proud to launch the new premium model DLA-HD100, a Full High-definition D-ILA Home Theater Projector that achieves an incredible native contrast ratio of 30,000:1 at the same time in the same picture, the industry's highest[1] avoiding any artificial means of contrast enhancement, such as an iris.

With the DLA-HD100, JVC expands its line up of True Black ILA projectors with a new premium model. The DLA-HD1, introduced In January 2007, also broke fresh new ground with the then industry highest[2] native contrast ratio of 15,000:1 without an iris mechanism, and earned a well-deserved reputation in the front projection community for top performance.

Based on this excellent product, the new high end DLA-HD100 features enhanced 0.7-inch full HD D-ILA devices and wire grid optical engine to enable it to further improve contrast to twice the ratio of the best conventional projectors and attain a native contrast ratio of 30,000:1 for super-smooth images exhibiting deep, true black level without a trace of gray.

The DLA-HD100 is also compatible with the latest HDMI ver. 1.3 (Deep Color) specifications, which allow it to go from millions of colors to billions of colors and reproduce subtler shades of grayscale. Amazing picture detail, thanks to 1080p resolution, and a phenomenal native contrast ratio ensure exceptional vividness and accuracy of color, enabling the viewer to enjoy velvety images that promise a near-cinematic experience in the comfort of one's living room.

[1] Industry highest of 26 September 2007. Achieved native contrast ratio 30,000:1 as home theater projector. (JVC Internal survey)

[2] As of November 2006. Native contrast ratio of 15,000:1 for home theater projector class (JVC internal survey).

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About JVC

Victor Company of Japan, Ltd. (TSE: 6792; US: VJAPY), known worldwide as JVC, is well-known for its development of the VHS video standard, and has developed as an international company in the fields of audio, visual (A&V), information-related equipment, components, and entertainment for the domestic consumer market, as well as in the business market as a comprehensive provider of both hardware and software. JVC has received high praise in both domestic consumer and business markets. Visit the JVC home page at .

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Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC)
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Date:Sep 27, 2007
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