We’re checking Christie Roadie HD+30K out
Heavy and relatively loud, but full of power: The Christie Roadie HD+30K. In the USA the projector has already been used everywhere at big concerts or at demanding gala and church events – hanging despite its 140kg (plus its lamp power supply!).
The Christie Roadie HD + 30K, 2007 model year, is a powerful projector.
With 3 DLP chips and a native resolution of 2048 x 1080, it offers images that convince in size and quality even in our test in sunny daylight.
Christie Roadie HD+30K is an excellent device for the optimal display of HDTV. In combination with its 30000 ANSI lumens, the projector is already unique. Thanks to its 6000W xenon lamps and 10-bit image processing, the great colour rendering is brilliant, with fine colour gradations and natural-looking colours.
The Christie Roadie HD+30K is built voluminous: 800 x 1283 x 559mm, but robust.
Ideal for expansive projections at large events such as auditoriums or exorbitant shows.
The device is loud because of the strong ventilation, so it is not a typical installation device for museums and galleries.
The lamp comes with a separate ballast/power supply, a spare lamp is in a separate protective cover:
Despite its 140 kg, the projector is still suitable for rigging, flying or stacking. The fixed housing handles are practical.
The interior rooms (to the lamp and to technology) can be easily locked up (and down) with a key. With its 2k DLP resolution, this product is perfect for almost any venue.