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Hitachi Projectors Bring Kingdom Advisors Annual Conference to Life

Apr 6, 2007 8:00 AM


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Demonstrating the unmatched performance and versatility of Hitachi projectors, Internally Sound recently provided the audio/video system for the Third Annual Kingdom Advisors Conference. A Christian financial advisory organization, Kingdom Advisors held the conference Feb. 7-9 at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta.

This year’s conference marked the re-branding of Kingdom Advisors, which was formerly known as the Christian Financial Professionals Network. With a crowd of approximately 600 at the event, Phil and Mark Jenkins of Milan, Tenn.-based Internally Sound turned to Hitachi for bright video presentation.

“We have had a lot of success using Hitachi CP-X1250 projectors for a number of house of worship installs in the past, and this event posed some similar requirements,” Jenkins says. “We set up four projectors side by side for video display throughout the conference.”

Ideal for large-venue performance, the Hitachi CP-X1250 projector offers brilliant, crisp images at 4500 ANSI lumens and an 800:1 contrast ratio. The 17lb. CP-X1250 displays images via a 1.5x zoom lens, enabling projection up to 500in. Additionally, the CP-X1250 features a bayonet lens that can support up to four optional lenses depending on the particular needs of the presenter. The CP-X1250 also features network functionality, which allows for easy control of multiple projectors in different rooms, and monitoring of functions such as remaining lamp life.

“The entire conference was a tremendous success, and the CP-X1250 projectors performed exceptionally, as expected,” Jenkins adds. “We needed a video display system that was not only reliable but also easy to set up, and the CP-X1250’s fit the bill on all counts.”

For more information, visit www.internallysound.com or call (731) 420-7000.



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