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Christie goes to the extreme

Christie goes to the extreme

Christie goes to the extreme

The FHD554-XZ-H and FHD554-XZ-HR are equipped with HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 connectivity

Christie has added two 55-inch flat panel displays to its Extreme series. The FHD554-XZ-H and FHD554-XZ-HR are equipped with HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 connectivity and an OPS slot to accept a range of processing modules including Phoenix EP. The models come with a 0.44mm/combined 0.88mm narrow bezel, a 4K@60Hz delivery and are TAA-compliant. The FHD554-XZ-H/HR feature the next generation of Christie’s tiled LCD technology that includes the latest developments in combined bezel and improvements to the optical properties and mechanical robustness. The FHD554-XZ-HR is a remote power model that is said to provide improved reliability and redundancy capabilities. Both units can be combined with Christie’s ML25 mount to reportedly deliver a total depth of less than 4 inches.

In other news, Christie has welcomed the SUHD983-P flat panel to the Secure series. This 98-inch, 10-bit LCD flat panel can be installed in either portrait or landscape mode and is equipped with advanced input connectivity supporting up to 8K. Four separate content-filled windows can be displayed simultaneously, making it ideal for installations where multi-view visuals are necessary. Built into the SUHD983-P is multi-source viewing and scaling, reportedly eliminating the need for an external processor in most cases. The panel includes HDMI 2.0b and Display Port 1.4 input connectivity, an OPS slot compatible with Phoenix EP and provides 500 nits brightness.

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