JVC's new projector gets THX certification
JVC is aiming to attract movie fans that want to recreate the cinema experience at home with its latest DLA-RS4500 projector.

The new model is the first home theatre projector to be a THX certified projector. It uses a laser-light source and a 4K D-ILA device. The projector offers viewers an impressive 3,000 lumens of brightness through a BLU-Escent phosphor light engine. It also offers 20,000 hours of operation. The performance allows the device to be used with a screen measuring up to 200 inches. It's Wide Color Gamut technology means that blacks are deeper and colours, in turn, are more vivid.

The look of the new JVC projector is also extremely impressive, with an aluminium and matte black finish and gold flourishes are even added for a premium feel. The price tag is, of course, also at a premium to reflect the high-end finishes and the THX certification also adds to the price tag, which comes in at $35,000.

Gamers will particularly like the low-latency mode, which helps to reduce the lag between game play and what is shown on the screen.