JVC DLA-HD2K - Setup
Setup of the JVC is straightforward. Your installer will mount your projector, hook up all devices to the processor box, utilize the test patterns (a pretty full set, including pluge, color bars, focus grid, and more, they are accessible from the processor box’s remote. Do a final calibration as needed (with a calibration disk such as the Avia). Kill the lights and start enjoying as fine a theater experience as can be had (at home or in the theaters). As you can see on the image at the left, users can store up to four different user settings for instant recall.
Thanks to the rather long throw zoom lens, as I hinted above, this JVC projector may very well work mounted on a shelf in the rear of the room.
Proper height is still critical to a shelf mount environment. One thing your installer will have to watch out for. The JVC vents hot air out the rear, so likely cannot be placed too close to your back wall (probably at least a foot), or a supplemental fan would probably be necessary to keep air circulating). Of course, a professional installer will (should?) know exactly what to do.