JVC’s other two distributors, Anders & Kern and Marata Vision, already stock the product.
Steven Carter, product specialist at JVC, told CRN: “It is the first projector with a native contrast ratio of 15,000:1. This is achieved without an iris mechanism to ensure true black reproduction and to make colours sparkle, highlighting subtle nuances in scenes. For example, stars in a night sky often look grey or are invisible, whereas the True Black projector enables you to see more stars and they look brighter.
“The price point is £4,000, so it is a high-end projector,” he added.
Midwich said it would focus the projector at the leisure and home cinema markets.
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