JVC DLA-HD250 Projector Review
The JVC DLA-HD250, and for that matter, virtually all LCoS projectors
On movies the JVC looks nice and sharp. You can further enhance the appearance of sharpness with the Detail Enhancement control.
When it comes to pure digital content, like the great stuff on Discovery HD, Travel HD, or other high quality content channels, the JVC looks nice and sharp, but the sharpest DLP projectors tend to look “razor sharp” by comparison.
My original DTS test disc died, for this sharpness demo, we are transitioning to a closeup of the PS3 system screen, showing the Video icon, for the future.
JVC DLA-HD250: Bottom Line Sharpness
Certainly there are sharper seeming projectors. You just aren’t likely to get perfect convergence of the JVC’s three panels, giving single chip DLP projectors a distinct advantage.
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