SnapAV Now Carries JVC Projectors for Industry Partners

SnapAV partners can now choose from a wide range of value-priced DLP projectors and premium projectors from JVC.


SnapAV has announced it is now shipping JVC projectors, giving every partner access to a range of projectors for every home theater job and enhancing the value of the company’s unified shopping experience with online and Local Pro Store availability.

SnapAV explains these new products range from value-priced DLP projectors to the premium D-ILA-powered Reference Series with Dynamic Tone Mapping.  

“The addition of JVC projectors to our online portal and Local Pro Stores help our Partners procure the best equipment in the industry faster and easier, providing an even more robust one-stop-shop for every project’s needs,” says Steve Tomlinson, senior director product management, SnapAV. 

“Further, with the inclusion of the integrator-only Reference line, SnapAV Partners can offer customers unique projector solutions that cannot be found elsewhere.”

JVC projectors feature standardized IR codes, ceiling mounts and lamps that simplify installation and product procurement. For the largest screens, the company’s new Native 4K D-ILA Devices provide the sharpest home theater imageavailable and introduce Frame Adapt HDR with Theater Optimizer.  This measures 4K HDR video frame by frame and dynamically adjusts for the best picture in any theater environment.  The JVC projectors are compatible with commercially available anamorphic lenses and ultra-wide format screens, allowing Partners to deliver an immersive movie theater experience for discerning clients.

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