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Next Generation Christie D Series Redefines 3LCD Value Segment

Christie D Series projector

Christie is expanding its D Series lineup with three new value-priced single-lamp models, which are available with up to 8100 ISO lumens and both WUXGA and HD resolutions. With a combination of brightness, image quality, lens and resolution choice, and a compact form factor, the company says the "Christie D Series leads the market in balancing great overall value with the best price point in this projector class."

The new Christie D Series projectors offer 65,000:1 contrast ratio, 3,000 hours of lamp life, and easy integration -- making them ideal for higher education, business, museums, houses of worship, government facilities, and selected rental and staging venues where they seamlessly integrate into any environment.

"For the more budget-minded user, the new LWU720i-D, LWU620i-D, and LHD720i-D projectors are the most viable alternative to laser phosphor projectors, given their high brightness and feature-rich design at roughly half the cost of competitive laser-phosphor units," said Jim Hall, senior product manager, Christie. "Customers can also continue to use their full D Series lens suite -- including the Ultra Short Throw (UST) lens -- for even greater installation flexibility. And with new, more efficient 3LCD panels, these news models provide even better color and brightness than before."

The new Christie D Series models come with a three-year parts and labor warranty and ship in December 2017.

WWWwww.christiedigital.com


(5 December 2017)

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