JVC DLA-RS25 Projector Review

Next is a frame from the last Indiana Jones movie. You’ll see this one in other recent reviews. The details still found as the walls and fixtures darken toward the top, are a good way to compare shadow detail.

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On the left, is the DLA-RS25, the middle, the Epson 8500UB/9500UB, and on the right, the Panasonic PT-AE3000. The exposures are all a little different, but you should be able to appreciate the combination of shadow detail and dark blacks

DLA-RS25
Epson 8500UB/9500UB
Panasonic PT-AE3000
DLA-RS25
+Epson 8500UB/9500UB

Below, is the night shot of the casino in Casino Royale.

When comparing, look at the detail in the roof (tiles), and also in the assorted trees and plants. The small images below (all from the same projector) show a slightly overexposed scene. Click on the images and you will find larger images, but of the different projectors. The large images are far more overexposed, to allow a closer inspection of shadow details. Note, it’s not about how bright the roof tiles are, but that they are visible, and that there are also differences in the trees and shrubs.

JVC DLA-RS25 projector:
Epson Home Cinema 8500UB:
Sanyo PLV-Z3000 projector:
Panasonic PT-AE3000U projector:
Sony VPL-HW15 projector:
InFocus IN83 projector:
Mitsubishi HC7000 projector:
Mitsubishi HC6500 projector:
JVC DLA-RS25 projector:
+Epson Home Cinema 8500UB:

Below is a heavily overexposed scene from Lord of the Rings. 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-RS25U performs very nicely.

Click on left thumbnail image for the JVC DLA-RS25, Epson Home Cinema 6500 UB in the center, and the right for the PT-AE3000U.

JVC DLA-RS25
Epson Home Cinema 6500
PT-AE3000U.
JVC DLA-RS25
+Epson Home Cinema 6500

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