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SOLD: JVC X9500 Projector

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Item: JVC x9500
Location: Hallam Victoria
Price: $5900 including freight
Item Condition: As brand new
Reason for selling: Upgrading
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal plus 2% surcharge, COD Only, Bank Deposit.
Extra Info: Selling my JVC x9500 due to upgrading again, Projector was purchased May 2017 and only has 92 hours on the clock. Still over 2.5 years warranty remaining and was purchased from an authorised Australian JVC dealer.

 

Features

  • NSH 265W
  • Connectors: HDMI x 2 (3D, Deep Colour/HDCP 2.2), RS-232C (D-sub 9pin) x 1, LAN (RJ-45) x 1, Trigger x 1 (Mini jack), 3D Sync x 1 (Mini DIN)
  • Exceptionally bright 2,000 lm achieved with 265W high-output NSH lamp
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (in 2D)*; 1920 x 1080 (in 3D)
  • 6th generation 0.7" Full HD D-ILA (1920 x 1080) device x 3
  • 4K resolution (3840 x 2160) achieved with e-shift 4 Technology including Multiple Pixel Control image processor*
  • 4K signal input (4K60P 4:4:4, 4K60P 4:2:2/36-bit, 4K24P 4:4:4/36-bit)
  • 4K Projection (3840 x 2160 pixels*) achieved with optical engine featuring e-shift 4 Technology with Multiple Pixel Control image processor
  • Ultimate dynamic contrast ratio of 1,600,000:1 and native contrast ratio of 160,000:1 achieved with original D-ILA device and the high-output lamp
  • For easy reproduction, the projector switches automatically to HDR picture mode when HDR10 signals are received
  • Pixel Adjust function allows user to precisely correct colour deviation in 1/16-pixel increments; also segments the screen into 121 points for individual adjustment. Two customized settings can be stored in the memory.
  • Screen Adjustment Modes: 136 modes
  • Lens Memory function (10 memories)
  • 12-point manual gamma adjustment included in Auto-Calibration Software
  • Low Latency Mode suppresses display delay for faster response when receiving signals from PC and game consoles
  • Colour Management System with 6-axis Matrix
  • Auto-Calibration Function using an optical sensor** is capable of optimizing essential elements in the image, including colour balance, gamma characteristics, colour space and colour tracking
  • THX 3D Display Certification to ensure the precise reproduction of picture quality in 2D and 3D content, just as the original filmmaker envisioned.
  • ISF C3 (Certified Calibration Controls) mode*** to reproduce excellent picture quality optimized for specific environments.
  • Automatic Lens Cover
  • Xenon lamp colour temperature
  • Wireless transmission options for 3D viewing: RF (radio frequency) system transmission with PK-AG3 3D Glasses for 100H continuous operation and PK-EM2 3D Synchro Emitter
  • *Resolution is 1920 x 1080 at 3D mode **Exclusive JVC software installed in PC and optical sensor are required. Please visit the JVC website for details. ***Professional calibration to desired screen is performed by trained dealers
  • Original Real Colour Imaging Technology has adopted a new filter capable of covering the DCI (digital cinema initiatives) colour space for true-to-the-source beautiful 4K images
  • Motion Enhance technology reduces residual images and blurring that are often found in fast-moving images by optimally controlling the drive of D-ILA devices
  • Complies with the latest HDMI/HDCP 2.2 standard to enable full spec 4K signal input up to 4K60P 4:4:4
  • To match the trends towards higher resolution and to deliver immersive high-definition 4K images, Multiple Pixel Control has been improved with a new analysis algorithm capable of more accurate diagonal-detection between frames for full HD and 4K resolution signals.
  • Clear Motion Drive compatible with signals up to 4K60P 4:4:4, can reproduce moving images without ghosting or afterimage issues
  • Compatible with Hybrid Log-Gamma that will come into use for broadcasting applications
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Technische Specificaties

DLA-X9500B - D-ILA Projector

Picture
e-shift Technology
Yes (e-shift4 Technology)
Lens
 
Zoom
2X zoom & focus, motorised
f
21.4 -- 42.8mm
F
3.2 -- 4
Projection size
60" to 200"
Lamp life
Approx. 4500 hours in Low mode
Brightness
2,000 lm
Contrast Ratio
Native: 160,000:1, Dynamic: 1,600,000:1
Video format
Digital: 480p, 576p, 720p 60/50, 1080i 60/50, 1080p 60/50/24,3840 x 2160p 60/50/30/25/24, 4096 x 2160p 60/50/30/25/24 [2]
PC input signal
 
HDMI
VGA/ SVGA/ XGA/ WXGA/ WXGA+/ SXGA/ WSXGA+
Video input terminals (back panel)
 
HDMI
2 (3D/Deep Colour/HDCP 2.2)
Output terminals (back panel)
 
3D sync
1 (Mini DIN 3-pin)
Control terminals
 
RS232C
1 (D-sub 9-pin)
Trigger
1 (mini jack, DC12V/100mA)
LAN (RJ45)
1
Device
0.7-inch Full HD D-ILA (1920 x 1080) x3
Resolution
3840 x 2160 (2D) [1]
Lens shift function
+/-80% vertical & +/-34% horizontal, motorized
Light source lamp
NSH 265 W
3D
3D format
 
Frame packing
720p 60/50, 1080p 24
Side-by-side
720p 60/50, 1080p 60/50/24, 1080i 60/50
Top & bottom
720p 60/50, 1080p/24
General
Noise level
21dB (when the lamp is in Low mode)
Power requirement
AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
Power consumption
 
Projector in use
380 W
Standby
0.4 W
Networked standby
1.5 W (LAN), 1.3 W (RS232C),1.5 W (LAN and RS232C)
Switchover time
20 min. (To standby or networked standby; default)
Dimensions: W x H x D, mm
455 x 179 x 472
Weight, kg
15.6

 
Pictures:

 

 

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Edited by juddy
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Hi Juddy,

Can this do native 4K content? I don't get what it means when it says 4k capable due to e shift technology. The older JVC projectors could only upscale FHD content to 4K with e shift due to the limitation in connections as I understand it, however these new projectors have the required connections so I assume it does 4k natively as well as e shift if that's what you prefer. Is my understanding correct? 

Cheers,

Rori.

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4 minutes ago, Rori said:

Hi Juddy,

Can this do native 4K content? I don't get what it means when it says 4k capable due to e shift technology. The older JVC projectors could only upscale FHD content to 4K with e shift due to the limitation in connections as I understand it, however these new projectors have the required connections so I assume it does 4k natively as well as e shift if that's what you prefer. Is my understanding correct? 

Cheers,

Rori.

its not a native 4k sensor however it e-shifts to deliver a field thats about 3-3.5k. as described below,

 

 

this is unlike some previous e-shits that indeed just upscaled. this one processes the native uhd signal from uhd and handles both HDR and UHD pretty well.

 

native 4k jvc is $39k but doesnt do as well with contrast :)

 

the 9500 is about as good as gets right now for UHD unless spending some mega bucks many multiples more ! 

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35 minutes ago, :) al said:

its not a native 4k sensor however it e-shifts to deliver a field thats about 3-3.5k. as described below,

 

 

this is unlike some previous e-shits that indeed just upscaled. this one processes the native uhd signal from uhd and handles both HDR and UHD pretty well.

 

native 4k jvc is $39k but doesnt do as well with contrast :)

 

the 9500 is about as good as gets right now for UHD unless spending some mega bucks many multiples more ! 

Thanks Al, appreciate the information! 

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12 hours ago, Rori said:

Hi Juddy,

Can this do native 4K content? I don't get what it means when it says 4k capable due to e shift technology. The older JVC projectors could only upscale FHD content to 4K with e shift due to the limitation in connections as I understand it, however these new projectors have the required connections so I assume it does 4k natively as well as e shift if that's what you prefer. Is my understanding correct? 

Cheers,

Rori.

Hi Rori,

 

Al described it better than I could have, yes it will accept 4k Apple TV, 4k Blu Ray players etc and it does look amazing!

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1 hour ago, juddy said:

Hi Rori,

 

Al described it better than I could have, yes it will accept 4k Apple TV, 4k Blu Ray players etc and it does look amazing!

Thanks Juddy. What did you upgrade to if you don't mind me asking? Must be one serious projector!

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29 minutes ago, Rori said:

Thanks Juddy. What did you upgrade to if you don't mind me asking? Must be one serious projector!

Ordered a X9900 and hoping its am small improvement and haven't made a mistake as a couple of the reviews over at AVS aren't super promising yet!

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9 hours ago, ChrisBender said:

Still available?

 

Hi Chris

 

Yes it’s still available!

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Price drop to $5900 including shipping if required.

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Where were you 2 months ago?! Bought a new x7500 for a similar price...

 

Beautiful projector. This will have to be snatched up soon!

 

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Cheers thanks Ben,

Hope your enjoying your x7500!

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Seriously amazing bargain here guys this is a flagship $10k + projector here guys !

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Wow is this still available? How does the new low input lag mode go with gaming?

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13 minutes ago, Exxie said:

Wow is this still available? How does the new low input lag mode go with gaming?

Gaming is much improved on this series which was the one criticism of the previous models and yes its still available!

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