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Item: JVC X7000B Projector including Xbox One S, 4K Movies & Recliner Cinema Seats
Location: Melbourne (Northern Suburbs)
Price: $7500 oNo
Item Condition:Projector, Xbox and motorized SEATS are in perfect physical and mechanical condition (comes with 3yrs manufacturer warranty) 450hrs on the globe
Reason for selling: Moving into a new home and no dedicated theatre room for my projector.
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, OR COD
Hey guys, for sale is my JVC D-ILA X7000 4k E-Shift projector. The unit is only 6 months old and will come with its original 3yr manufacturer warranty, JVC operating manuals and JVC controller which will be handed over upon purchase.
Also apart of the package is a brand new Xbox One S 500mb (4K) White unit with one white controller. Additionally i will include 3 4K Bluray including Maze Runner 1 & 2 and King Kong. Also selling one set of two seat cinema motorized SEATS.
The unit currently has 450 hours on the lamp (lamp life if 4500hrs).
This unit is in 100% perfect physically and visual condition and sits in my theatre room as per the photos attached.
About the unit:
JVC DLA-X7000 4K 3D Home Theatre Projector features THX 3D standards. HDMI/HDCP 2.2, e-shift4 technology, HDR compatibility, Multiple pixel control and much more. THX 3D standards, DLA-X7000 projector, reproduces clear and detail 3D images that are originally created by filmmakers in the studio, the projector has undergone more than 400 tests for THX 3D Certification. With support for both HDMI inputs including HDCP 2.2 that supports copy protected 4k videos and huge data transfer rate, DLA-X7000 is next generation ready. Along with introduction of e-shift4, the projector also features newly designed JVC algorithm that automates best performance for individual scene called Multiple Pixel control, this technology reduces complex adjustments and gives natural and expressive 4K images
By LWA Staff
Item: JVC D-ILA-X30BE FULL HD Projector for Home Theatre
Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove
Item Condition: Excellent
Payment Method: Cash, Credit Cards, PayPal
Extra Info: Just traded quality JVC Full HD Projector
Just traded and in excellent order with remote
- this will take your home entertainment to the next level at a fraction of it's cost when new.
> 1,300-lumen brightness level and 50,000:1 native contrast ratio
> Bright, high-definition 3D picture without crosstalk made possible by D-ILA
> 2D-3D conversion creates dynamic 3D video content from 2D video sources
> Convenient lens memory function 16-step aperture function adjusts brightness
> Pixel Adjust function corrects colour distortion in 1-pixel increments
> 2X motorised zoom lens for flexible installation
> Screen Adjustment modes (3 modes) Clear Motion Drive ensures smoother picture reproduction
I have the following below, contact me if interested.
Canon XEED WUX10 Mark II
So i bought a JVC projector recently, the x90. Had it professionally installed and calibrated as well (at least to the best of my knowledge) and the 2D Blu-ray quality is absolutely stunning. The only issue I have, is with the 3D quality that comes out (played with a Panasonic BWT800 blu-ray player, also have a ps3 but I think the BWT800 has better quality).
Now what my issues I seem to have is that during a 3D movie (in this case Transformers 3), it seemed really weird on the eyes in that it wasn't as smooth as I expected it to be. Now it's a 3D only blu-ray movie that is being shown, and the BWT800 supports 3d. The projector does have a high speed cable into an integra 50.4 amp, as does the BWT800 player so that's not an issue.
I can't exactly tell why the image seems a little fuzzy at times. Is that how 3D movies are at home? Is this what they mean by crosstalk? I also read somewhere that the projector doesn't automatically swap to 3D or something (in a review I read) so I'm really just trying to figure out if my eyes need to adjust to the signal, or that's just how it is (I'd hope not).
Sorry if anyone was confused here, but I was hoping for some input.
Also, how does the 4K eshift tech work, I can't seem to find anything about it in the manual nor in the projector settings?
Up for sale is my JVC DLA-HD350 projector. I purchased this early 2010. Original RRP for this was $5000. Anyone who know's JVC projectors knows just how good they are, with extraordinary blacks, colours, motion tracking and levels of detail.
This review by WhatHiFi on Youtube pretty much says it all - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7zJAa8Ffwk
The DLA-HD350 was WhatHiFi's product of the year for 2009, as they say in the video review nothing else came close.
Location for pickup is Middle Park Victoria. I will throw in the ceiling mount for this projector.
Looking for $1000.