Frequently stunning picture quality.
Easy to set up.
Runs pretty quietly
Colours occasionally look slightly off.
More colour management would have been nice.
No VGA PC port.
By Televisions on December 11, 2009
The HD 350 from JVC not only costs less than its HD 100 predecessor; it’s also way better! Combining powerful light-output and enormous contrast, the HD 350 is a hard act to follow — it can even...-
By Whathifi.com on August 26, 2009
JVC's range of home cinema projectors extends to a modest total of three machines. Two of these, the DLA-HD100 and DLA-HD750 have already blazed a trail in this magazine, achieving five-star status in the process.That just leaves this, the entry-level DLA-HD350 as the...100
By Stuff.tv on July 18, 2009
Even with its sporadic colour issues, the HD350 remains a truly stellar projector for its money...100
By Home Theater on May 01, 2009
Excellent black level and shadow detail , Bright, crisp image , Oversaturated color We’re no strangers to JVC projectors around the Home Theater campfire. We’ve reviewed several of their models over the past few years. I’ve been using...-
By AVguide on April 06, 2009
JVC has come up with an excellent projector that achieves the elusive combination of high performance and high value. Highlights include motorized optics, extensive picture-adjustment options, a vertical stretch mode for anamorphic lens...90
By HDTVexpert on March 31, 2009
Yet, JVC D-ILA projectors consistently produce some of the best-looking video and cinema images anywhere, and you won’t have to pay an arm and a leg to get that kind of image quality in your own home...-
By iGIZMO on February 06, 2009
Always bet on black Stunning picture quality / Great value / Decent feature count No real colour management system / No 12V trigger jacks Not long ago we looked at and fell head over heels in love with JVC’s DLA-HD1: the world’s first...100
By CNET Australia on February 02, 2009
JVCs DLA-HD350 improves even further on the remarkable blacks of the DLA-HD1, and coupled with its extreme sharpness and better brightness, this is a bargain of gargantuan proportions....90
By CNET UK on January 28, 2009
JVC's DLA-HD350 improves even further on the remarkable black-level achievements of the ground-breaking DLA-HD1. If you couple that with the HD350's extreme sharpness and better brightness, you end up with a projector that -- although not...90
By iGIZMO on January 06, 2009
JVC's D-ILA Optical Grid technology is back – and better than ever Sensational picture quality / Great value Less colour management than we’d like / No D-Sub PC or 12v trigger jacks After going from C-List to A-List in one step with its...100