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Tuesday, October 28, 2003
New JVC DLA-HX1D D-ILA home theater projector

JVC announced the launch of the "DLA-HX1D" D-ILA home theater projector. The DLA-HX1D is based on proprietary high-resolution D-ILA devices, a new optical engine and JVC's DIST (Digital Image Scaling Technology) high-quality imaging technology to deliver natural, film-like pictures.

Main Features:

1. Proprietary D-ILA devices and DIST technology deliver natural, film-like pictures

When used in projection systems, D-ILA devices create smooth pictures without visible grids on large screens. They also faithfully render fine details of color in analog gradations. In addition, the DLA-HX1D comes with DIST, JVC's new generation of digital imaging technology that substantially improves the "jaggies" that are problematic in other pixel display devices. The result is a natural, film-like picture and quality on par with commercial cinemas.

2. Approximately 1.1 million pixels (1400 x 788) high-resolution projection

The DLA-HX1D has a 0.7-inch diagonal D-ILA device with approximately 1.1 million effective pixels (1400 x 788) for extremely high-resolution pictures. The unit projects DVD images, BS digital broadcasting and other high-definition sources with stunning detail.

3. Newly developed optical engine to maximize the performance of the D-ILA device

The newly developed optical engine and the 250W ultra-high-pressure mercury lamp features take full advantage of the performance of D-ILA devices. It is also substantially more compact than previous D-ILA projectors (an approximately 75% space savings on the projection head compared to JVC's "DLA-G150CL").

4. 10 bit digital gamma correction for natural gradation

The DLA-HX1D uses 10bit digital gamma correction to achieve faithful color reproduction and superb gradation. Subtle differences between light and dark are reproduced faithfully to give images a film-like naturalness.

Other Features:

• Comes with four color profiles (HDTV, NTSC, PAL, Mac RGB) to faithfully reproduce original colors according to preset standards for color temperature, gamma and chromaticity coordinate.

• Improved installation flexibility with up/down left/right keystone correction functions.

• Freeze frame functions to capture images while playing videos.

• Easy-to-use, easy-to-see GUI menus.

• Comes with HDCP-compatible DVI-D input terminals to reduce signal degradation and maintain high levels of image quality.

• User friendly design allows lamps to be changed from the side of the unit.

* "DLA-HX1D" is a model name for the Japanese market.




Image Device

3-chip D-ILA (0.7-inch diagonal)


1000 ANSI lumens


1400 x 788 pixels

Projection Lens

2:1 - 2.6:1, X 1.3 manual zoom/ manual focus, 53.3% offset fix

Horizontal synchronous frequency

15 - 120KHz

Vertical synchronous frequency

24, 25, 30, 50 - 120Hz



Input Terminals (Video)


Analogue RGB (D-Sub15Pin) x 1
Digital RGB (DV1-D complying with GDCP) x 1
Composite (RCA) x 1
S video (Y/C) x 1
YPbPr (BNC) x 1 (same as RGBHV)
Mini jack x 1

Control Terminals

Remote terminal
RS-232C terminal: IN/OUT
Screen trigger terminal


250W NSH

Power Requirement

AC 100 - 240V 50/60Hz

Power Consumption


Dimension (mm)

W298 mm x D360mm x H134mm (Without protuberances)


6.0 kg

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