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RealLaser technology for the small screen

RealLaser technology for the small screen

RealLaser technology for the small screen

The CP2309-RGB delivers over 8,500 lumens with a 2,000:1 contrast ratio

Christie has added a new projector to its CineLife Series. The Christie CP2309-RGB projector features RealLaser illumination technology and Multi-Laser Pack Devices. With improved wavelength diversity, the CP2309-RGB projector can be used for any cinematic exhibition, including the use of 3D applications. It delivers over 8,500 lumens with a 2,000:1 contrast ratio and a 95% Rec. 2020 colour space without the need to filter or use colour correction.

The CP2309-RGB claims to have an all-in-one compact design. There are no internal chillers in this projector and pedestals are not needed for installation. The model can be used with any lenses and accessories from Christie’s CP2308, CP2208 and Solaria One platform.


In other news, Christie has also released the CP4450-RGB projector, a large-formatted projector that comes with a dual-laser optical system and is built with high-speed CineLife+ electronics capable of 4K 120Hz HFR playback.

Also debuting recently is the Christie Vive Audio LA3i loudspeaker, a coaxial, articulated, two-way, passive ribbon driver line array in a single sealed enclosure. The speaker includes 12 3.5-inch ribbon drivers with Kapton diaphragm and neodymium magnets, and eight 5.25-inch paper/Kevlar composite mid-bass cone drivers. It has a frequency range of 90Hz to 20kHz and a maximum SPL of 127dB continuous. The system coverage is 100° horizontal and 40° vertical, while the power handling is 800W continuous and the rated impedance is 4Ω.

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