JVC projectors have long been excellent performers when it comes to black levels, besting even the almost-non-beatable Epson Home Cinema 5040UB, but lacking in one area – 4K. Sure, JVCs have been able to pixel shift for quite some time, using their e-Shift technology to create a 4K UHD image (such as is the case with the JVC DLA-RS440U 1080p pixel shifting projector that won an award in this year’s Best Home Theater Projectors Report), but these six new projectors mark the manufacturer’s entrance into true 4K territory.
These new projectors are broken up into two series. The first is the Precision Series, and consists of the DLA-NX5, DLA-NX7, and the DLA-NX9, which were announced at IFA 2018 in Berlin. The second is the Reference Series, which are the DLA-RS1000, the DLA-RS2000, and the DLA-RS3000. These projectors start at $5,999.95, and will be available in October 2018. Let’s take a deeper look at JVC’s new line of true 4K projectors!