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Christie Launches New LCD Projector With 4DColor Technology

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CYPRESS, CA--Christie introduces the new Christie LX700 with 4DColor technology. This new, four-panel LCD projector offers a combination of real color and high brightness in a compact size. At 7,000 lumens and XGA resolution, the Christie LX700 contains 4DColor technology combined with inorganic LCD panels. 4DColor provides a 20 percent increase in color gamut over previous three-panel LCD models. The inorganic panels help create a "natural black" for sharper images and increased contrast ratio. Also, the LX700 contains an autofilter system that rolls out a new filter every 1,000 hours for up to 10,000 hours. The Christie LX700 is shipping now at and MSRP of $10,495. Visit www.christiedigital.com.

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