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JVC shrinks HD-ILA 1080p TVs to challenge LCD and plasma

October 1st, 2006 · No Comments

JVC has developed a new ultra slim version of its highly regarded HD-ILA projection TV technology. The advance will reduce the depth of microdisplay projection TVs using the technology by around 40 percent.
JVC has already produced a 60-inch Full HD 1080p prototype Slim HD-ILA projection TV that’s only 27cm deep including stand, which is directly comparable with plasma and LCD displays.
The company also says that its unique side heat dissipation design “enables the rear of the TV to remain flat so that one can place it flush against or mount it directly on a wall.”
The dramatic size reduction has been made possible by miniaturizing the optics and developing a new concave mirror with a projection angle approximately 138 degrees wider and about 1.5 times greater than previous D-ILA models.
The first prototype of this ultra slim HD-ILA engine, a 58-inch 1080p screen, will be shown at this week’s CEATEC technology show, which runs at the Japan Convention Center, Makuhari Messe from October 3-7.
The size reduction has been made possible by miniaturizing the optical light engine and developing a new concave mirror with a projection angle approximately 138 degrees wider and about 1.5 times greater than previous D-ILA technology.

Tags: High definition TV · LCD TV · Plasma · Trade

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