Christie recently introduced three new projectors suitable for architectural applications.
The Christie LX66 LCD projector delivers up to 6500 ANSI lumens with true XGA (1024x768) resolution. It features dual 300W lamp design and a contrast ratio of 1300:1, which the company says makes it is one of the sharpest and brightest projectors in its class. The LX66 is suited for use in boardrooms, large conference rooms and small auditoriums.
The Christie LS+58 provides up to 5,800 ANSI lumens in true SXGA+ (1400x1050) resolution. This LCD projector features dual 300W lamp design and contrast ratio of 1300:1 for an exceptionally bright, sharp image. The LS+58 is ideal for boardrooms and large conference rooms.
The Christie LU77 projector is a quad lamp, high-power LCD projector capable of delivering true UXGA resolution (1600x1200). The LU77 has a brightness of up to 7,700 ANSI lumens and a contrast ratio of 1000:1, which the company says makes it the brightest native UXGA projector on the market. It is perfectly suited for high-end applications such as training facilities, simulation, data modeling and command centers.
For more information, visit Christie’s Web site at http://www.christiedigital.com.