Christie Introduces Three New Boxer Models

Christie introduced three new Boxer models featuring 2K resolution and up to 30,000 center lumens. Now available in multiple software performance configurations, the Christie Boxer Series offers choices based on resolution, brightness, and budget requirements.

Christie Boxer Projector (lr)“When Christie introduced the first Boxer projector, we knew we had created a champion,” says Mike Garrido, Senior Product Manager, Christie. “Engineered, designed and built from the ground-up in our world-class research and development facility, the Christie Boxer is the culmination of years of experience working closely with leading rental stagers and AV professionals to understand their specific needs and expectations. The three new models are built to the same quality and engineering standard as the multiple award winning Boxer 4K30 and include HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2, 12G-SDI and fiber input.”The Christie Boxer series weighs in at 160 pounds and includes single phase power, built-in warping and blending, omnidirectional installation capabilities, and a full-range of connectivity. Christie Boxer is available in multiple software performance configurations, delivering various options to meet budget, brightness, and resolution needs.

The Christie Boxer 4K30 features 4K resolutions and 30K center lumens. Models 2K20, 2K25, and 2K30 feature 2K resolution and 20K, 25K, and 30K center lumens, respectively. All Boxer series projectors are field up-gradable and feature Christie TruLife.

A standard feature on all 2K Boxer models, Christie TruLife Lite, delivers 300 Mpx/s and provides video processing for 2K and HD Sources. Including a floating-point processing engine with the equivalent of 25 bits fixed point processing resolution, Christie TruLife Lite provides an increased dynamic range and high-quality scaling to enhance the visual experience.

The new Christie Boxer models will ship in the summer of 2016 with a three-year parts and labor warranty.

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