Christie Brings New Powerhouse Projectors to ISE
- Tablet Reviews & Latest Trends
- 13 Nov, 2019
Christie went to Amsterdam armed with new high-end projectors –ranging from presentation to staging designs, and up to 1080p resolution and up to 30,000 ANSI lumens.
The two new DS+ DLP models are the DS+300 and DS+650. The DS+300, which weighs just a bit over 6 pounds, is specified at 3,300 ANSI lumens, SXGA+ resolution and 2500:1 contrast ratio. The Christie DS+650 is specified at 6,500 ANSI lumens, variable contrast ratio up to 7,500:1 and SXGA+ resolution with scaling to UXGA. These are the company’s first high resolution single-chip DLP projectors using TI’s BrilliantColor multi-primary image processing,
The other two are in the family of 3-chip DLP HD projectors. They include the new Roadie HD+30K and Roadster HD18K. The HD+30K is unusually bright, specified at 30,000 ANSI lumens and 2K resolution (2048×1080). Contrast ratio is 1600-2000:1.
The Roadster HD18K is specified at 17,500 ANSI lumens, 1920×1080 resolution and 1600-2000:1 full field contrast ratio. The HD18K is built with stacking and rigging points to make it easy to set up for redundancy or to increase brightness, with user-replaceable bulbs.
Pricing and ship dates were not included in the announcements.