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alaScore 91

6 reviews

Oct, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews are divided on the image quality, but many are negative about the value for money.


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Projectors the JVC DLA-X70R is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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JVC Consumer offers the DLA-X70R as a replacement for last year's X7 projector. There's also the DLA-X90 - an identical projector, but one built from the finest components on the assembly line. Best of the lenses, best of the power supplies, etc. The...

Documentation, though not bad, needs better feature explanations (MPC isn't even in the manual), nothing on e-Shift, either ; Just below average in "brightest mode" (less than 1000 lumens) ; More crosstalk (ghosting) in 3D than most competitors ; No 3D...

The JVC DLA-X70 is one of the great projectors and projector values out there, assuming you purchase it for what it does best (2D movies). If you need a more well rounded projector, however, including 3D viewing, then the JVC drops down to being one of...

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'JVC finally introduces us to its \x91kind of\x92 4k resolution projection technology, courtesy of the rather marvellous DLA-X70'

Stunning 2D pictures, Great build quality, Good 3D pictures

'Some crosstalk with 3D, Slightly more expensive than last year\x92s equivalent model, 3D glasses not the best'

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The finest sub-£10,000 projector you can buy

Staggering image quality, with excellent levels of detail, contrast and colour

Its resolution isn’t all it seems ; the technology doesn’t work with 3D