JVC DLA-RS35 Projector: Typical Capabilities
- Selection of inputs
- Lamp life is likely typical or below average in life
- Documentation (I'm still waiting to see a projector that really does provide good explanations of all the menu functions).
My last thoughts: Well, I'd rather have the RS35 over my RS20, if for no other reasons, the sharpness difference and the CFI for sports viewing. Ultimately it's JVC's decision to build a limited number of RS35 projectors from the best of the parts that go into RS25s, that provides the extra sharpness and other, subtle improvements, that really make the JVC DLA-RS35 home theater projector, overall, outstanding, without any real image quality issues.
I just looked at my check book balance. It would seem that I will have to get by with my RS20 and it's slightly softer image, and not quite as excellent blacks, for a while longer.
But, don't let that stop you. If you've got the funds on hand, I'd suggest you either plunk down for the JVC RS35, or, better still, transfer the money into my checking account, and I'll buy one, and provide you an occasional report on how much I'm enjoying "your" home theater projector. The last image above, was taken with the RS25, not the DLA-RS35 projector. Source, August Rush, Blu-ray.
If you do spring for a JVC DLA-RS35 or DLA-HD990, you really are in for a treat to the eyes and the visual cortex.