Christie announced the M 4K25 RGB pure laser projector, their smallest, lightest and quietest all-in-one RGB pure laser projector. The new M 4K25 RGB continues the original M Series legacy of reliability, ruggedness and innovation.
First introduced in 2007, the original M Series was a game-changer for the ProAV industry. “The M Series packed a lot of features in a small package,” says Larry Paul, executive director, Technology and Custom Solutions, Christie. “Features like the intelligent lens system and embedded Twist for blending and warping were unique at the time, plus its small size and weight, helped it to become Christie’s best-selling line of projectors and lenses.”
The new 25,000 lumen 4K UHD resolution M 4K25 RGB pure laser projector reinvents the series, with Christie engineering packing updated features into a small form factor weighing in at 92 lbs. RGB pure laser technology delivers twice the color of the original M Series for vibrant, bright images that approach Rec. 2020 color volume, a color standard closest to what the human eye can see.
With TruLife+ electronics all the needed connections are built-in, eliminating the need for optional input cards. TruLife+ also features electronic color convergence (ECC), which allows users to correct color convergence imperfections and individually adjust red, green and blue via remote. The intelligent lens system (ILS1) makes swapping lenses easy for rental and staging, and offers motorized zoom, focus and offset via remote. Existing Christie owners can use their M, J and Crimson Series lenses, as well as the M Series rigging frame, with the M 4K25 RGB.
“The new M 4K25 RGB doubles the brightness, doubles the color volume capability, and quadruples the resolution over our legacy M Series projectors,” says Paul. “And with an unprecedented 50,000 hours of illumination performance and a field replaceable light source, we’ve gone way beyond the legacy of the M Series as an industry workhorse in terms of long life and durability.”
Christie M 4K25 RGB ships November 2021.