Christie LX1200

Manufacturer
Christie
Condition
Used
ANSI Lumen
12000
Resolution
1024x768
Contrast
4000:1
Technology
LCD
Lamp Hours
Please ask
Projector Hours
please ask

21007,56 € 3333,00

plus 19 % VAT

Optional warranty


Availability : in stock


The Christie LX1200 with its 12000 ANSI Lumen offers high brightness. 12000 ANSI Lumen will make vibrant and vivid projections at large conferences, fairs or at outdoor events like cinema or soccer. The Christie LX1200 thus plays in the 'event-league' and is also designed for continuous operation in theaters, churches and at expos.

The contrast of the Christie LX1200 comes in at a very high 4000:1. The human eye can only recognize contrast ratios of 800:1 maximum. The high contrast ratio is particularly great for very dark rooms, as black will be displayed as a deep black on a bright projector.

With nearly 800,000 active pixels in its XGA resolution of 1024x768px at an aspect ratio of 4:3 this projector can compete with widescreen format HD projectors.

The projector works with LCD technology. The light of the projector is cast through 3 LCD displays. One display for each primary colour (red, blue, green). This technology offers particularly natural and equally vibrant colours. We recommend this technology for home cinema use and exact colour display.

The projector has an optical lens shift . This is a feature of a top quality projector, which allows you to shift the image of your projection without distortions, and without moving the projector.

The Warping function allows for an undistorted image display, even on an arched concave screen surface.

The Christie LX1200 has an ECO mode, which prolongs the lifespan of the lamp by reducing brightness, operating noise and power consumption of the projector.

The projector uses interchangeable lenses, giving you extreme flexibility to equip the projector with different optional lenses. It makes no difference whether you have to project at 2 meters or 50 meters distance, there is always a suitable lens for your requirements. Please ask us directly, stating your requirements. We stock all interchangeable lenses.

The lamp lifetime is 3000 hours. The current lamp running time is hours. At an average of 1.5h daily operation , a new lamp will run 6 years.

We offer projectors in different conditions. The Christie LX1200 shown here is in 'used' condition. This means, this device has been used before. Our experts have checked it, either cleaned it, or fitted a new lamp and confirmed its technical components are in 'as good as new' condition. There may be superficial signs of usage on the projector but that does not have any impact on its good technical condition. You are getting a technically first class projector at a great price discount.

Note: our projectors are usually sold without lenses, frame or case. If you are interested in lenses and other accessories, we will be happy to advise you and make a personal offer.

 

Name Christie LX1200
Brightness 12000 ANSI Lumen
Contrast 4000:1
Resolution 1024x768
Aspect Ratio 4:3
Output Signals PAL, SECAM, NTSC, HDTV 720p, 1080i, 1080p EDTV 480p, 576p
Technology 3 x 1,8 LCD TFT Panel mit MLA
Throw Ratio optional
Lamp Life 2000/3000 hours
Lamp Output 330 W
Audible Noise 42 dB/39 dB eco mode
Weight 27.60 kg
Inputs DVI , VGA , BNC , USB , RS232C , Optional
Outputs
Special Characteristics lens shift, HDMI/DVI with HDCP, 2/4-lamp system, warping, Eco-Mode, interchangeable Lenses
Dimensions 53.09cm x 26.67cm x 75.69cm
Condition Gebraucht

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