JVC 4k DLP laser projector available through Habitech

posted on Tuesday, 29th October 2019 by Steve May

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JVC's compact LX-NZ3 DLP laser projector is now available in the UK via Habitech. 4k and HDR compatible, the model uses JVC’s Auto Tone Mapping technology designed to optimise HDR performance, a technology first seen on the brand's N-series models. 

A BLU-Escent laser light source boasts 3000 lumens brightness and 20,000 hour life-span, making the projector an attractive option for media room installation. The high brightness means the projector can be used in rooms with higher ambient light levels.

In addition to HDR10, there’s auto-switching support for HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) for broadcast sources. The LX-NZ3 utilises a UHD 0.47-inch Digital Micro-Mirror Device to deliver a 2160p projected image.

The projector doesn’t use a mechanical aperture. A dynamic light control adjusts the output of the laser according to the brightness of the scene.

Installation features include lens shift with a wide ± 60 per cent vertical, ± 23 per cent horizontal range. A 1.6x zoom lens that supports a projection distance of 3m to 4.8m for a 100-inch screen. Habitech is offering the LX-NZ3 in either black or white finishes. 

For more news stories about Habitech’s product range and services, visit our resource page here.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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