JVC just announced the companies latest D-ILA projectors slated for a European launch at IFA. These two new models will be added too, rather than, replace the current DLA-HD1 entry- and DLA-HD100 high-end models but still have the 15,000:1 contrast ratio found on the current models. Both of the new feature new motorized lens assemblies and keystone adjustments for greater control and picture clarity. Inside, the models receive Silicon Optix HQV REON VX image processing, and a fully adjustable color gamut only on the high-end HD750. Of course, there is the standard HDMI 1.3a support along with standard S Video, composite and RS-232C.
From the sounds of it, the rest of the world, including the United States, are going to have these new models too, but no word on when. Pricing isn’t set in stone yet but expect the HD750 to retail around €8000 ($11,785) and the HD350 around €6000 ($8,838 US)