At CinemaCon next week Christie will launch the CP4330-RGB projector, a higher-lumen output version of the CP4325-RGB, at the show, as well as preview two new models coming off of Christie’s world-class manufacturing lines in 2019. In addition, all of the screenings at the Colosseum will be delivered by either Christie’s tried-and-true CP4230 projectors installed there, or by Dolby Vision laser projectors, which are manufactured by Christie.
The new CP4330-RGB can be seen in scheduled demonstrations throughout each day. The preview of the CP2309-RGB, extending its mainstream cinema projector family, and the CP4450-RGB, boasting dual laser optical systems (LOS) and CineLife+ electronics, for Premium Large Format (PLF) theatres, will add to an already-stellar lineup of the most affordable pure RGB laser cinema projectors in the world.
In the CP2309-RGB model, exhibitors will get an all-in-one system based on the proven CP2315-RGB design and leveraging the 0.69” DMD-chipset from TI, delivering more than 8500 lumens with an impressive 2000:1 contrast ratio, at a very attractive price. Debuting at CinemaCon 2019 and available in the summer, this desirable, highly economic entry-point to Christie’s acclaimed RGB laser projection family is ideal for the first round of replacements to Series One projectors worldwide.
As well, the Vive Audio family will be extended with the launch of a new, low-profile, coaxial ribbon driver ceiling surround sound speaker, the LS2C. And the LA3Si and LA3i replacements for the current LA3S-3ohm and LA3 speakers will be previewed.
Christie will showcase its offerings in the Milano 1-3 ballrooms, complete with a 30-seat theatre.
CinemaCon, which convenes April 1-4 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, is the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners.
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