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Christie Introduces Complete Line of 3-chip DLP HD-resolution Projectors

Jan 14, 2007 5:28 PM


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Christie 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. The addition establishes Christie’s dominance in the market with the world’s broadest, most comprehensive line of HD resolution products available today. Providing a total of seven new, powerful models ranging from 5000 to 30,000 ANSI lumens of brightness and 1600-2000:1 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: A Dazzling Presence

Generating a breathtaking 30,000 ANSI lumens of brightness at 2K resolution (2048x1080), the new Christie Roadie HD+30K projector effortlessly overshadows its nearest competitor with the most sophisticated DLP technology available in a native HD+ product. Combined with the best price/performance on the market, extensive warranties and world-renowned Christie service—it’s the world’s brightest and best HD+ image, featuring a unique split-body design, a scooped hood for improved airflow, built-in rigging points and body handles or optional stacking/rigging frame. This projector is a road warrior in every sense of the word, delivering rock-solid performance. 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 set up and maintain—for true road-worthiness.

Christie Roadster HD18K Projector: A Striking Performer

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. 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, delivering the lowest cost of ownership in its class.

“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.



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