Spending an additional $10,000 to step up from JVC’s mid-level 4K projector DLA-RS2000 to the JVC DLA-RS3000 offers several benefits. A large portion of the cost increase is due to the improved optics.
The DLA-RS3000 uses the same 100mm all-glass lens assembly found in the DLA-RS4500K which is JVC’s flagship 4K laser projector. The higher quality lens assembly results in sharper focus, better color reproduction and also substantially boosts brightness and contrast ratio over the RS2000. The DLA-RS3000 claimed brightness (2,200 lumens) is 300 lumens higher than the DLA-RS2000 (1,900 lumens).
The DLA-RS3000 (100,000:1 native, 1,000,000:1 Dynamic) offers 20 percent more contrast than the DLA-RS2000 (80,000:1 native, 800,000:1 Dynamic).
In addition to being both THX® 4K Certified and ISF (Imaging Science Foundation) Licensed, the DLA-RS3000 is also built with hand-selected components.
Finally, by combining native 4K D-ILA devices with JVC’s proprietary 8K e-shift technology, it can deliver an 8K (8,192 x 4,320) projected image. 8k e-shift is not the same as native 8K, but it will result in a sharper, more detailed image compared to native 4K. The RS3000 does not support an 8K signal input, but it will upscale your HD and 4K content.