JVC DLA-HD250Pro Projector Review
The JVC DLA-HD250 (click for specs) provides a two year parts and labor warranty.
That’s the most common warranty among 1080p home theater projectors. A few others out there offer three years, and a few only one year. In the $3000 price range, the JVC warranty is about typical, but there are a few with distinctly better warranties, such as Epson with 2 years and replacement program on their less expensive 8700UB, and the same but 3 years, for their similarly priced 9700UB. Sanyo puts 3 years on their projector (much lower cost), and Optoma has 3 years on their HD8600, which admittedly is a more expensive projector.
As a current owner of a JVC DLA-RS20 – my second JVC, JVC definitely seems to provide very good build quality. Overall, JVC also has a very good reputation for reliability. (My JVC (last and current – I logged over 4000 hours, no issues (as it should be).
Bottom Line: A typical warranty, yet a good one, though not the best. But combine that with a good reputation for reliability, and with little luck required, owning a JVC should be a very safe experience, from a repair standpoint.
You May Also Like
AAXA M6 Pocket LED Projector Review
Epson Home Cinema 4000 Home Theater Projector Review
Epson BrightLink 696Ui Projector Review
Optoma UHD65 4K Home Theater Projector Review
Ricoh PJ WXL4540 Short Throw Projector Review
Sony VPL-VZ1000ES Laser, True 4K, Home Theater Projector Review
Optoma ZW300UST Projector Review
Epson PowerLite 680 Projector Review