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  • JVC DLA-RS4500K REFERENCE SERIES 4K HOME CINEMA PROJECTOR
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JVC DLA-RS4500K REFERENCE SERIES 4K HOME CINEMA PROJECTOR

The DLA-RS4500 is the ultimate projector for discerning individuals who want uncompromised large screen performance in their home. It represents a giant leap forward in front projection, delivering exquisite native 4K high dynamic range (HDR) images at a brightness that fills even the largest home theater screens. It features three JVC-developed native 4K D-ILA devices combined with our exclusive BLU-Escent laser phosphor illumination that delivers 3,000 lumens with a 20,000 hour operational life. In addition, the new laser light source offers dynamic light control for an infinite contrast ratio (∞:1). To further ensure that the projector delivers bright, high-quality 4K images, it features a new 100mm high-resolution lens developed specifically for 4K applications, and a new Cinema Filter for a wide color gamut.

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**Key Features: **

**2nd generation BLU-Escent™ (Laser Diode/Phosphor) Light Source with 20,000 hour life **

3,000 lumen illumination

**20,000 hour laser life (at full power) **

∞ : 1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio

Three 0.69 inch 4K DILA (4096 × 2160) Devices

18 Element, 16 Group All Glass 100mm Diameter Zoom Lens

Native 4K (4096 x 2160) Projected Image

Two 18 Gbps HDMI/HDCP 2.2 Compatible Inputs

THX® 4K Display Certified (pending approval)

ISF (Imaging Science Foundation) Licensed

Improved Multi Pixel Control (MPC) w/Auto Mode

MPC Works with 4K60P (up to 4:4:4) Signals

HDR (High Dynamic Range) Compatible w/HDR10 and Hybrid Log Gamma and SMPTE 2086

Motion Enhance (2D, 3D, 4K) w/Upgraded Clear Motion Drive

100% coverage of DCI-P3 color space and 80% BT.2020

1.4 to 2.8:1 Motorized Zoom Lens w/±100% Vertical Offset and ±43% Horizontal (16:9 aspect ratio)

New Installation Function Memorizes 10 Positions for Lens, Screen & Masking Settings

Control: Control4 SDDP / LAN / RS-232C / IR / 12V Screen Trigger Output / 3D Sync Output

3 Year Warranty

**Laser Phosphor Light Engine **

JVC’s proprietary 2nd generation BLU-Escent™ laser phosphor light engine uses blue laser diodes, stationary inorganic phosphor and JVC’s proprietary color management system. BLU-Escent™ enables a consistent 3,000 lumen light output. Increased brightness ensures compatibility with larger screen sizes over 200 inches, and improved HDR performance, bringing greater depth and dimensionality to home theater screens.

Using the Laser Diodes as the light source, light output can be controlled instantly enabling a contrast ratio of ∞:1. The DLA-RS4500 controls the laser output accordingly to the scene’s brightness, which creates a picture that is as close to human perception as possible.

Low/Medium/High Laser Diode output settings are available with a choice of three Dynamic Control modes (Off/Auto 1/Auto 2). Additionally a full manual lens aperture is available for fine brightness adjustment.

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