Posted on December 15, 2019 By Diane and Phil Jones
Christie LHD878 Laser Projector Review – Summary: Highlights, Value Proposition, Pros and Cons
The Christie LHD878-DS is a 7,800 ANSI lumen business class laser projector with Full HD resolution, that can accept a full range of 4K content. It is Christie’s latest addition to its DS-Series of mid brightness installation/business projectors. Unlike the other two models in the DS Series which are WUXGA projectors, the LHD878 is the sole Full HD (1920 x 1080) unit. It is designed for classrooms, museums, and mid-sized auditoriums.
The LHD878’s laser light engine is rated for 20,000 hours in high power and up to 50,000 hours in low power mode.
While the projector does not ship with a lens, it is compatible with 7 different motorized lenses options including a short throw option so there should be a solution for nearly every application.
Christie LHD878-DS projector includes several features to enhance its flexibility in when used in commercial or business environments like Edge Blending, Projection Warping, Lens Memory, omnidirectional mounting and more.
It also includes advanced networking capabilities that include network control, remote monitoring and IP content playback.
The Christie LHD878 is a 7,800 ANSI lumen business class laser projector with Full HD resolution, that can accept a full range of 4K content. It is
The LHD878 is part of Christie DS-Series projector whose goal is to provide high brightness from a compact chassis at a affordable price. When comparing Christie LHD878 to Direct Competition which are other 2K Laser Projectors, it has some notable advantages.
While most of the competitors many of the same features, for example edge blending, the LHD878’s ability to handle 4K HDR content (including HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2) that sets it apart from the vast majority of 1080P business class laser projectors.
The Christie LHD878’s combination of value, high-brightness, compact chassis, installation flexibility, and maintenance-free operation helps it stand out from the competition.
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