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Creating images that match the viewing environment

JVC’s advancing technologies and functions

JVC’s original Real Colour Imaging Technology accurately grasps

the colour information for precise reproduction. The technology’s

colour reproduction ability has improved. With the adoption of a

new colour filter, the DLA-X9000 and DLA-X7000 are now capable

of covering the DCI


colour space.

It is now possible to reproduce colours

true to the original for exceptionally

beautiful 4K images.

Original Real Colour Imaging Technology


The projector selects the best mode to match the screen being used for

images with natural colour balance


. The modes are compatible with

the latest models offered by the world's major screen manufacturers.

*9: Refer to JVC website for a comparison of primary screens and adjustment modes.

Screen Adjustment Modes

A 6-axis matrix of red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, and yellow

enables the precise adjustment of hue, saturation, and intensity.

Only the colour being adjusted will be shown in colour while the

others are grey-toned, making operation more intuitive.

Colour Management System with

6-Axis Matrix

Auto-Calibration Function


Using an optical sensor, precise calibration can be performed in

just a few easy steps to match the changes in optical characteristics

caused by installation situation of the projector. Auto-Calibration

optimises all essential elements found in the image, including colour

balance, gamma characteristics, colour space, and colour tracking.

Immediately after use

1,000 hrs after use

After Auto-Calibration

Manual gamma adjustment, as requested by users, has been

added to the calibration software.

In addition to a PC-based adjustment

that are reflected to the image in real-

time, adjustments using optical sensor

can also be performed. It also features

importing and exporting of gamma data.

12-point manual gamma adjustment

*8: Exclusive JVC software installed on a PC connected to the projector via a LAN

connection and optical sensor are required to set viewing configurations and auto

calibration. Please visit the JVC website for the details.

Simulated picture

Simulated picture

Screen Adjustment Modes OFF Screen Adjustment Modes ON

The Pixel Adjust function allows users to precisely correct colour

deviation in 1/16-pixel increments. It is also capable of segmenting

the entire screen into 121 points and adjusting them individually to

realise clearer video without colour deviation. Two settings can be

stored in the memory.

Pixel Adjust Function

This function stores ten


separate lens adjustments for zoom, shift

and focus that can be easily recalled when needed. Memory settings

can be switched between each setup via the remote controller.

*10: DLA-X9000 and DLA-X7000

Lens Memory Function

Lens memory examples (when using CinemaScope screen)

Memory 1: Standard 16:9

Memory 2: CinemaScope size

Memory 3: CinemaScope size with

subtitles outside of the screen

Simulated picture

*6: DLA-X9000 and DLA-X7000.

*7: DCI stands for Digital Cinema Initiatives,

a new standard for digital cinema.

JVC’s new D-ILA projectors are compatible with Simple

Device Discovery Protocol (SDDP) by Control4. When an

SDDP-compatible device is added into a Control4 system, it is

automatically recognised by the

system and automatically adds

driver to the projector to enable

external control in no time.


*11: Requires separate home controller

and application.

Control4 SDDP Compatibility