Latin America. Christie presented the CP4325-RGB, a pure laser projector for cinema that brings the premium experience to the big commercial venues. Equipped with CineLife electronics and RealLaser lighting, the new all-in-one compact projector compatible with DCI standards stands out for its image quality and long operating life, while maintaining a low cost of ownership. The incredible color palette of the CP4325-RGB and the rich images in detail and realism that it projects will undoubtedly seduce the great audience of the cinemas.

"With its innovative next generation RGB lighting system, all in one and direct coupling, the Christie CP4235-RGB is the most advanced laser projector on the market," said Allan Fernandes, senior director of Product Management, Global Cinema, Christie .

Conceived and developed from the feedback gathered in recent factory tours and demos and samples made for companies from Christie's global customer base, the CP4325-RGB is called to be a successful addition to the film value chain. Both the exhibitors and the post-production studios are eager to put the potential of the new projector to work at full capacity.

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With the use of next-generation RGB pure laser devices, Christie's advanced research and development teams have managed to eliminate the need for external cooling, drastically reducing the complexity and cost of the system and ensuring an impressive, and highly reliable operational life of more than 30.000 hours, with a loss of only 20% throughout that period.

The CP4325-RGB also offers a contrast ratio of up to 6000: 1, a better uniformity and a chromatic spectrum substantially greater than that of other projection systems, to which we must add the compact form factor of the projector, which makes It is very easy to integrate in the standard projection booths.

Like the Christie CP42LH, its sister fiber-coupled projector, the Christie CP4325-RGB offers a color spectrum that exceeds P3 DCI standards, enhanced contrast ratios and HFR (high image speed) compatibility. The CP4325-RGB incorporates Christie's CineLife Series 3 electronics and cinematic automation to streamline playback, programming and content management. Tested on the ground from 2014 on more than a hundred screens with the next generation of Christie IMB-S3, the CineLife Series 3 electronics are also retroactively compatible with pre-existing IMN Series XBUM architectures.

Richard St.
Author: Richard St.
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Journalist from the University of Antioquia (2010), with experience in technology and economics. Editor of the magazines TVyVideo + Radio and AVI Latin America. Academic Coordinator of TecnoTelevisión & Radio.

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