Projector Reviews


Bingo. If all JVC RS35’s look as good as this one, then that alone can justify the extra $2000. After all, if you can afford $8K, $10K can’t be that far out of reach.

Thanks, I believe, to excellent pixel convergence, and perhaps helped by having the best of the optics, this DLA-RS35 projector puts a visibly sharper image on the screen, than my own RS20. I’ve been watching this projector, with judicious use of Sharpness and Detail Enhancement. Not too much, yet it all adds up to an image that is a step up from my JVC in terms of how sharp it appears.

For your consideration, our usual close up images

Top left: JVC DLA-RS35, Top Left Center – Planar PD8150, Top Right Center – JVC DLA-RS25, Top right – Mitsubishi HC7000

2nd row left: Epson Home Cinema 6500UB, left center: Panasonic PT-AE3000, right center: Optoma HD8000, right: InFocus IN83


JVC DLA-RS35 logo playstation
PD8150 dts logo
DLA-RS25 playstation large
HC7000 dts logo large
Epson 6500UB dts
8500UB dts
HD 80 HD8000 dts close
IN83 dts logo large






My DTS test disc died, for this sharpness demo, we will be using a closeup of the PS3 system screen, showing the Video icon, going forward.