JVC has released a new firmware that includes dedicated color profiles that optimize HDR vision on large screens with the well-known Panasonic DP-UB9000 player.
JVC announced the release of a new v2.01 firmware for native D-ILA 8K e-shift and 4K projectors, ie for the DLA-NX9/RS3000, DLA-N7/RS2000 and DLA-N5/RS1000 models. The update includes two new color profiles that overwrite the current “User 5” and “User 6” with the color profiles “Pana_PQ_HL” (High Luminance Projector) and “Pana_PQ_BLN” (Basic Luminance Projector). By coupling the JVC D-ILA projector with the Panasonic DP-UB9000 high-end reader it is possible to optimize the HDR image quality using the two new color profiles. The profiles work in connection with the reader HDR Optimizer to ensure the best possible quality in HDR image reproduction.
The user can decide to use the color profile “Pana_PQ_HL” or “Pana_PQ_BL” based on the HDR setting present in the DP-UB9000 reader. Which setting to choose depends on the user’s preferences: setting the projector in high luminance gives priority to the brightness of the image while the setting with basic luminance gives priority to the reproduction of the color range.
The new firmware can be easily downloaded and is expected to default on upcoming products.
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