JVC DLA-HD250Pro Projector Review
Night train scene from Casino Royale, the JVC is on the left. You can tell the JVC is a bit brighter, but even considered, it should have a slight advantage on the Mitsubishi HC9000D on the right. Check out those shrubs on the far right, behind the railroad tracks.
And again, JVC vs. Mitsubishi. The Mitsubishi isn’t quite as bright (we can never get two, to be identical)
The overexposure lets you see all the details in the shed on the right, the structure on the left, and the plants and ground along the lower right. The DLA-HD250U performs very nicely
Our last comparison uses the night train scene from Casino Royale. As always, look for details in the shrubs in the right and in the woods behind them.
This is the projector out there with the best blacks period (except for CRTs, and the handpicked RS35/RS60 versions, which should be the same), but as is not unusual, projectors with exceptional blacks tend to look a little weak on the darkest shadow detail.
One more time. The JVC has very good dark shadow detail, but is by no means exceptional, there are several competitors that are a bit better.
Still, a scene rarely draws your eye to the most subtle dark shadow detail, so few would notice any significant difference between any of these, when actually watching this train scene.
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