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alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the black level and usability. The price and image quality also get good feedback, but there are some negative opinions about the design.

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Starting from the beginning, what we have here, in the form of the JVC DLA-RS25, is a $8000 list price, 3 panel LCoS projector (liquid crystal on silicon). In today's world of home theater projectors, only two major manufacturers use LCoS, and they...

The best black levels of any projector we have worked with, at any price. (Just slightly better than the RS20 it replaces, which was the former black level champ) ; Very good color accuracy post calibration in "best" mode, and almost as good right "out...

Slightly below average brightness in "brightest" modes with just over 850 lumens - we consider average, about 1000 in "brightest" mode ; CFI - Creative frame interpolation needs to be improved, ok for sports, though ; A third HDMI input would be nice ;...

My last thoughts: Well, I'd rather have the RS25 over my RS20, if for no other reason, for the CFI for sports viewing. I'm even more intrigued, by JVC's DLA-RS35. The RS35 is essentially an RS25 with hand picked components and a higher level of quality...

Nov, 2009

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JVC DLA-RS25 Review


For the deepest black levels in town, JVC's new RS25 and RS35 cannot be beat.

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