New Christie Projectors Round Out Comprehensive Presentation Lineup
Mar 1, 2007 8:00 AM
Christie, a major provider of visual solutions for business, entertainment, and industry, launches the latest in its series of powerful and versatile 3-Chip DLP HD resolution presentation products, the Christie Roadie HD+30K and Christie Roadster HD18K projectors. Providing seven powerful new models ranging from 5000 to 30,000 ANSI lumens of brightness and 1600:1 to 2000:1 full-field contrast ratio, Christie projectors power the most demanding presentations in boardrooms, houses of worship, postproduction, broadcasting, and rental/staging marketplaces.
Christie Roadie HD+30K Projector
Generating a 30,000 ANSI lumens of brightness at 2K-resolution (2048x1080), the new Christie Roadie HD+30K projector features sophisticated DLP technology in a native HD+ product. Combined with excellent price/performance on the market and extensive warranties, it’s the world’s brightest and best HD+ image, according to Christie, featuring a unique split-body design, a scooped hood for improved airflow, built-in rigging points, and body handles or optional stacking/rigging frame. With user-replaceable bulbs that can be automatically aligned at the push of the button and user-friendly controls, the Christie Roadie HD+30K is quick to setup and maintain.
Christie Roadster HD18K Projector
The new Christie Roadster HD18K projector is a powerhouse of illumination that delivers 17,500 ANSI lumens, the highest ANSI lumens offered in a native HD product in a compact design, company representatives say. Powered by proven 3-chip DLP technology and Xenon illumination, the projector features a true HD 1920x1080 engine that provides razor-sharp resolution, crisp images, exceptional color, and brightness uniformity, and 1600-2000:1 full-field contrast ratio. Built-in stacking and rigging points make it easy to set up for redundancy or to increase brightness, with user-replaceable bulbs that feature less power consumption than the competition.
Versatile Projectors—Maximum Features
Every projector in Christie’s HD series displays both 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios, with HD 4:4:4 capabilities and Digital Black Level control that can be used with the built-in edge blending feature. These projectors include seamless switching, Picture-in-Picture, Christie LiteLOC, which enables constant screen brightness, and the Christie ILS (Intelligent Lens System) for zoom and focus. A built-in RJ-45 networking port uses the ChristieNET networking solution for remote monitoring and control of projectors. True 10-bit image processing ensures superior color and contrast for images of unparalleled quality.
Christie’s HD series product portfolio includes 16:9 offerings ranging from native 720p resolution to the most recent native 1080p models and up to the HD+ resolution (2048x1080)—providing solutions for the needs of the HD market. Christie’s latest HD products include the Christie HD5Kc at 5000 ANSI; the Christie HD6K at 6500 ANSI; the Christie HD7Kc at 6500 ANSI; the Christie HD8K at 8000 ANSI, and the Christie Roadster HD12K at 12,000 ANSI. The Christie HD5Kc and Christie HD7Kc feature color correction to project richer color depth for a film-like experience – ideal for home theater, postproduction and the broadcasting marketplace.
Capping the series are the new standards in high performance 3-Chip DLP technology, the Christie Roadster HD18K with 17,500 ANSI, and the Christie Roadie HD+30K at 30,000 ANSI lumens.
“The Christie series of HD resolution projectors is a virtual tour de force of power, performance, brightness, and features. It continues Christie’s unparalleled history of industry firsts, which include the first high brightness 3-Chip DLP HD projectors, the smallest, high-performance 3-Chip DLP, and the brightest 3-Chip DLP HD projectors in the marketplace,” declares George Tsintzouras, senior product manager, Business Products. “The HD series is a remarkable achievement that meets every budget and presentation need today and beyond, backed by Christie service, technical expertise and solid reputation for quality.”
For more information, visit www.christiedigital.com.
Acceptable Use Policy blog comments powered by Disqus