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JVC DLA-X35

JVC DLA-X35
alaScore 92

6 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the noise and image quality are generally positive, but there are some negative views about the value for money.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Projectors the JVC DLA-X35 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

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JVC's $3,500 projector looks like a million bucks

 

The relatively affordable JVC DLA-X35 produces videophile-grade images with very few compromises.

JVC's DLA-X35 doles out huge, stunning projection images characterized by deep black levels and highly accurate color; excellent value for this level of image quality; extensive picture adjustments and setup options, including power zoom, focus, and...

Inaccurate pre-calibration picture settings; doesn't include accessories necessary to watch 3D; inferior to many projectors in brighter environments.

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'Very respectable color post calibration, Great black level performance for the price (and no dynamic iris needed), Good CFI \x96 multiple modes, Slightly bove average brightness in \x93best\x94 movie mode (703 lumens) for movie viewing, Very good dark...

'Just below average in \x93brightest mode\x94 (measured almost 1000 lumens), Needs to be brighter for 3D \x96 stick to smaller screens or high gain ones, Color, post calibration isn\x92t quite as accurate as competitors with better calibration...

'The\xa0JVC DLA-X35, and its Pro side twin, the RS46U, are the brightest of their respective JVC projector line-ups. The thing is, the\xa0DLA-X35 (and therefore also the RS46U) are not overly bright, and are likely to struggle in many \x93family...

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JVC DLA-X35

 

This year JVC has expanded their lineup from three to four projectors. That's true for both JVC's Consumer group, which market this JVC DLA-X35 projector and the other "X" projectors. The JVC Pro side offers essentially identical projectors with the RS...

Just below average in "brightest mode" (measured almost 1000 lumens) ; Needs to be brighter for 3D - stick to smaller screens or high gain ones ; Color, post calibration isn't quite as accurate as competitors with better calibration controls, or JVC's...

JVC's DLA-X35 is one fine projector. Here at Projector Reviews, we tend to overanalyze most things, because we can compare projectors side by side. Still, we try hard not to "lose sight of the forest, due to the trees." Take a JVC DLA-X35 projector...

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JVC DLA X35 review

 

When it comes to spectacular home cinema, the JVC DLA-X35 projector doesn't disappoint. This is big screen hi-def done right

Stunning native contrast ; Rich colour performance ; Whisper quiet operation

Not bright enough for lit room ; Some 3D crosstalk ; Needs professional install

It may be something of a heavyweight, but this polished performer packs a high contrast punch for genuinely cinematic images. We love its velvet blacks, peak whites and superb colour fidelity. It may lack the 4K e-shift2 optical processing found...

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JVC DLA-X35 review

 

It says much that JVC's entry-level projector comes in where other brands' high-end offerings sign off. Priced at £2,900, it looks a veritable bargain when viewed alongside the company's £10,000 bespoke DLA-X95R flagship.

Outstanding Full HD image quality; low operational noise; versatile setup and calibration options; RF 3D system ; Lows: Bulky; 3D suffers from crosstalk double imaging ; Performance: 4.5/5

Bulky; 3D suffers from crosstalk double imaging

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JVC DLA-X35

 

This may be JVC's new entry-level projector, but it's still seriously good.

Exceptional cinematic picture quality, Precise, motorised optical adjustments, No crosstalk on 3D

No colour management system, No auto switching to 3D picture settings

Recommended!

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JVC DLA-X35

 

This may be JVC's new entry-level projector, but it's still seriously good.

Exceptional cinematic picture quality ; Precise, motorised optical adjustments ; No crosstalk on 3D

No colour management system ; No auto switching to 3D picture settings

This fact has profound implications for the potential dynamism and stability of the X35’s handling of dark scenes – potential which experience of previous JVC D-ILA projectors suggests the X35 will deliver on.

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JVC DLA-X35BE

 

Easy motorised set-up, Bright, punchy colours, Detailed and sharp

Contrast a little over-cooked, Some motion issues

Good but not great, this JVC has plenty of appeal if you like bright, colourful pictures

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