Christie Launches LX505 and LX605 Projectors at ISE Show

Christie has announced the launch of two new Christie-0210projectors, the Christie LX505 and Christie LX605.  Targeted at the ProAV market, both projectors offer the latest in LCD technology enhancements including what Christie calls 3D Keystone technology – a new four-corner geometry correction function for versatility in projector placement and easy display set-up.   In addition to 3D keystone technology, the projectors feature motorized lens shift, focus and zoom, and come with a suite of high performance lenses that can be switched with a one-button lens release – and they’re networkable.

The Christie LX505 is spec’d as a 5000-lumen 3LCD projector aimed at higher education, fixed installation, and houses of worship markets.  Using inorganic 3LCD panels that provides an improved contrast ratio and 10-bit image processing, the LX505 includes a 13,000-hour maintenance free AutoFilter and an easy access top-loading lamp that makes lamp changes fast and easy, as well as built-in networking capabilities allow for better troubleshooting.
The light-colored chassis of the Christie LX505 enables it to almost blend in with ceiling tiles.

The Christie LX605 is spec’d as a 6000-lumen projector also designed for the ProAV market but in this case, it’s a 3LCD projector for medium-to large size venues.  The Christie LX605 is equipped with the same feature-set as the Christie LX505 but with 6000 lumens.

Both projectors are XGA resolution (1024×768) and have 3000-hour lamps.

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