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JVC HR-1080-PRO Digital Video Broadcast HD 1080p SDI HDMI Teranex Processor HQV

$138.23 $124.41

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Product Description

What You’ll get:

  • JVC HR-1080-PRO Digital Video Broadcast HD 1080p SDI HDMI Teranex Processor HQV
  • (1) Detachable Power Cord

Other Accessories that are Not pictured or mentioned under “What You’ll Get” are  Not  included

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Unit was tested to power on with no problems. Due to our limited resources we are unable to test further.
Sold AS-IS for Parts/Repair! 


Pictures are of the actual unit. Light scratches and scuffs from typical use, but very clean overall. Please reference pictures for cosmetics. – The Power Button cover is missing but unit can be turned on or off with a small screw driver or pen.


Taken from the Internet: 

D-ILA, or Direct-Drive Image Light Amplification, is JVC-developed technology that delivers unmatched performance, with natural color reproduction, an image so smooth that it rivals film, and contrast that does justice to the most demanding program material. Since our first D-ILA projector was launched in 1997, the technology has been employed where nothing but the cleanest, sharpest, most accurate image would suffice. Today, some of the industry’s most sophisticated projectors from the most respected manufacturers use D-ILA technology licensed from JVC.

D-ILA is liquid crystal technology, but it’s very different from the liquid crystal display (LCD) technology found in many products today. D-ILA is what’s called liquid crystal on silicon, or LCOS, but JVC made several improvements to basic LCOS technology to develop D-ILA. At its heart is the D-ILA device, or chip, designed and manufactured by JVC. Every JVC D-ILA projector uses three D-ILA devices, one each for red, green and blue – the three colors that are combined to create the full color palette.

What Makes D-ILA Better Than Other Technologies?
D-ILA offers several advantages over other projection technologies
There is very little space between D-ILA pixels, which results in an exceptionally smooth, “film-like” image. Some technologies include moving parts, and space is needed between pixels for these moving parts. Other technologies require that a transistor be mounted on each pixel and wires run between pixels. This, too, forces pixels to be spaced farther apart compared to D-ILA devices. In both of these other cases, the moving parts, transistors and wires limit the total area through which light can pass, which limits brightness. It can also create what’s known as the “screen door effect” – a “shadowing” on the image caused by the spaces between pixels. Look closely, and it’s as if you’re looking at the image through a screen door.





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Weight 8 lbs




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