The Projector Specialist

National Sales

1300 88 11 79





(08) 64677744

(07) 33332744

(03) 90956744




(08) 64677744

(02) 80042744


The Australian Projector Specialist


Home |  Contact |  FAQ |  Projector Guide | Add Projectisle to your projector links Short List View Cart


D-iLA Panels by JVC



D-ILA(R) - Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier

projection guide to dilia 3 chip projector

The D-ILA(R) is the JVC technology(invented by Hughs packs up to 2048 x 1536 pixels -a total of 3.2 million pixels- on a single 1.3" chip. Currently only available through a hand full of manufacturers was tipped to be the successor to LCD, unfortunatly LCD advances have been faster than falls in D-ILA production costs.


D-ILA(R)'s CMOS design is the key to reproducing all the details in a high-definition picture. By placing the matrix addressing switches and electronics right behind (not between) the light-modulating liquid crystal layer, JVC has created a D-ILA(R) chip with a "3-dimensional" layout. The result is a 93% fill factor and virtual elimination of the annoying "grid" or "screen door effect" .


What is the end result? Images are smooth and natural as film with impeccable reproduction of all the details and information contained in the original source. What supports this high picture quality is high brightness, high resolution, high contrast and analogue gradation. High brightness and high resolution are achieved using a reflective device with a high aperture ratio and high-density pixels, providing real resolution with invisible pixels. High contrast is achieved using vertical alignment liquid crystals of normally black operation and a high-precision optical system. Analogy gradation makes it possible to reproduce dark areas with high S/N (signal-to-noise ratio) because the D-ILA(R) device has an S-shape response. In combination with the high-speed response of the vertical alignment liquid crystal, JVC's D-ILA(R) technology makes it possible to reproduce smooth, noiseless motion pictures with clear, sharp high definition and film-like picture quality.




view of a D-ILA chip

layers of a DILA chip

projector guide to dila optics lens and light path

Full Australian Manufacturers Warranty



HomeAbout UsContactLinksPayment OptionsPrivacy PolicyProjector Guide

Site MapTerms & Conditions of SaleWarranty
 Is Proudly Australian Australian Flag : ABN: 53 135 231 917