Christie L2K1000

The Christie L2K1000 digital projector targets users demanding HD and HD+ resolution for medium to large venues.
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Christie L2K1000

May 3, 2011 5:26 PM

Christe L2K1000

The Christie L2K1000 digital projector targets users demanding HD and HD+ resolution for medium to large venues including government facilities, houses of worship, and higher education multi-purpose rooms and auditoriums, while the Christie L2K1500 addresses rental stagers requiring 15,000 ANSI lumens and HD+ resolution with an affordable price. Both projectors are engineered with Christie 4DColor technology. The Christie L2K1500 operates in several economy modes and its integrated interval lamp switching extends lamp life. Premium operating modes include lamp light balancing—a mechanism ensuring each lamp maintains uniformity, guaranteeing sharper and brighter colors. Durable and stackable, the L2K1500 comes with an optional smoke filter kit to protect it from pyrotechnics used during concerts and theatrical productions. The Christie L2K1000 ships in May and the Christie L2K1500 ships in mid-June. Price: NA


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