Christie has announced the launch of two new projectors, 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.
To learn more about the LX605, go here: http://www.christiedigital.com/AMEN/Products/ChristieLX605.htm
To learn more about the LX505, go here: http://www.christiedigital.com/AMEN/Products/ChristieLX505.htm