The JVC DLA-RS1100 is a member of JVC’s new D-ILA home theater projector models. Let’s take a look at this 4K projector see what features it’s got.


The RS1100’s high contrast ratio of 40,000:1 combined with true 4K (4096 × 2160) resolution and JVC’s industry-leading finest black levels supplies phenomenal image quality at a practical price. The RS1100 includes 48Gbps HDMI inputs, which can approve [email protected] signals. The RS1100 is a lamp-based device. The DLA-RS1100 has actually a rated brightness of 1,900 lumens. This is sufficient brightness to create a good HDR image on displays up to 120″ as well as a superb SDR photo on much larger displays.



The rated lamp life is 4,500 hours in Low Mode, allowing use for several hours daily for a couple of years. Even with the Low Mode’s reduced lumen output, the RS1100 can still generate sufficient light for a dedicated house theater.

The DLA-RS1100 includes 2 JVC proprietary innovations to make the most of HDR performance. First is the Frame Adapt HDR feature allows dynamic scene-by-scene and frame-by-frame HDR tone mapping of HDR10 web content. The objective is to display highlight information while keeping great screen brightness. The brightness of a forecasted image can change relying on the display dimension, screen gain, toss distance, and source of light life.


To specifically tone map, the projector’s cpu needs to account for its specific brightness capacity in your particular system. The another feature, called the Theater Optimizer, combines information supplied by the individual, like display size as well as gain, with the system’s existing standing, like lens zoom position and lamp condition to offer a more accurate baseline on which to apply vibrant tone mapping.

JVC DLA-RS1100 Specs

TechnologyNative 4K DILA
Native Resolution4096×2160
Zoom Lens Ratio2.00:1
Lens ShiftYes
Lamp Life4,500 hours (Low Mode)

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