Christie Projector Stacking
Sometimes more is more! Christie projectors really stack up – and dazzle audiences.
Using a stacked array of projectors produces big benefits and peace of mind. High-profile visual displays amaze with the power and brightness of multiple projectors. For reliability, nothing beats the redundancy of a stacked projector array combined with: Christie AutoStack 4.0 and AutoStack 4.0 Premium software.
What does projector stacking offer?
- Higher brightness for larger displays – thanks to the additive power of multiple projectors.
- Absolute reliability – you have the security of a backup projector, if the main projector fails to perform.
Christie's projector stacking solutions
Stacking and rigging frames make stacking multiple projectors quick and easy. Christie has a full suite of stacking/rigging solutions for our 3DLP projectors.
- Stacking kit: Christie's stacking kit is a lightweight sturdy frame that enables you to stack up to three Xenon 3DLP projectors in your display setup. Customers who already own stacking kits and hardware made for Christie's legacy Xenon 3DLP platform can use their equipment with Christie J Series models.
- Stacking frame: Christie M Series Roadster models were designed with stagers in mind. Each of these Roadster models ships with a stacking frame. This stacking frame is also available as an accessory for other M Series models.
- Rigging frame: This rigging frame is used to safely secure projectors for rigging or flying in a suspended installation, and for stacking two projectors together. The frame is built for the Roadie HD+35K, Roadie HD+30K, Roadie 25K or CP2000-X projection head.
- Hybrid stack: The stacking kit connects to the integral rigging points on any (Xenon) Christie Roadster model, creating a hybrid stack with a model that uses a 1.0kW or 1.2kW Xenon lamp.
We offer software solutions, such as Christie AutoStack 4.0 and Christie Twist, for precise control of multiple, edge-blended images on flat screens, and AutoStack 4.0 Premium for aligning and blending content on curved and cylindrical screens or portrait displays.