Delivering 16,000 lumens, 4D color technology for superior color reproduction, four-lamp design, and a low ownership cost, Christie’s LX1750 is ideal for houses of worship, large conference rooms, higher education, medium-sized auditoriums, and staging applications. This new projector features a mechanical shutter to cut all light output when needed and a suite of 11 optional high-performance lenses to support a variety of settings. The projector’s motorized vertical and horizontal offset provides even greater installation flexibility to place the projector almost anywhere in the room. An available range of optional input modules include digital blending/warping, SDI, and HD-SDI.
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Case Study: Montgomery County Emergency Operations Center, Texas
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