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Overall 9
Value for money 7
Features 10
3d performance 8
Ergonomics 9
2d performance 10

JVC DLA-X95R 3D D-ILA Projector

Sound & Vision Magazine
22 August 2013
  • Excerpt: Earlier this year, I had the chance to review JVC’s spectacular DLA-X55R 3D D-ILA projector and proclaimed it “the best 2D picture I’ve seen from any projector in my room to date.” That was the truth until my personal DLA-X75R arrived shortly after. The DLA-X75R is one up in JVC’s lineup and had improved contrast performance and was actually a bit sharper. So when I was given the opportunity to review JVC’s flagship DLA-X95R I was more than happy to accept.
  • Pros: Best contrast ratio performance ever • Hand-Picked Parts • 3D performance is catching up
  • Cons: Not true 4K • Loud in high lamp mode
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JVC DLA-X95R Projector Review

Projector reviews
16 February 2013
  • Conclusion: Today, let’s start our summary with the hardware: The DLA-X95R is built from hand selected components. First of all, there’s the motorized 2:1 zoom lens. That’s power zoom, focus, and lens shift. And you can save those settings in Lens Memory, as I have done. I have one saved setting set for viewing at 2.35:1 aspect ratio on my 124″ 2.35:1 screen, and I have a 16:9 setting saved, which, at the touch of a button, reduces the overall image size to view 16:9 content, which...
  • Pros: Excellent color post calibration, Best black level performance and dynamic range – no iris, none needed, Good CFI – while some CFI modes have some issues, plenty to choose from (3,4), Optics seem particularly good, there’s a bit of extra “clarity”, or so it seems, Above average brightness in “best” movie mode (658 lumens) for movie viewing, Very good dark shadow detail, expecially considering the dark blacks, 2D->3D available – try it with some of your 2D videos from ...
  • Cons: Documentation, though not bad, needs better feature explanations, Below average in “brightest mode” (less than 800 lumens measured at mid-point on the zoom), Needs to be a good deal brighter for 3D – stick to smaller screens or high gain ones, 2D-3D conversion needs work., A 3rd HDMI input would be nice (always), On the expensive side – $11,999 MSRP
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Overall 9


Trusted Reviews
18 July 2013
  • Summary: The best sub-£10K projector ever.
  • Pros: Unprecedented contrast, Excellent 3D performance, Endless set up flexibility, The best sub-£10k projector around
  • Cons: £3k more than also excellent X75, It runs a bit noisily in 3D mode, Doesn't swtich to 3D preset automatically
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