Barco Releases the CLM-HD6 HD Projector

Barco CLM-HD6Barco, one of the top names in the field of professional visualization, has just launched the new CLM-HD6 projector. According to Barco, this device has been designed on a brand new platform and offers 6,000 lumens of brightness. The CLM-HD6 also comes with full 108-p HD quality and advanced input options at a “highly competitive price” according to the company. Barco has stated that this projector was designed primarily for meeting rooms, medium-sized auditoriums, lobbies and museums.

The CLM-HD6 is a single-chip DLP projector with advanced color saturation and a full 1080p HD resolution. The resolution, along with the 6,000 lumen output, make the CLM-HD6 perfect for single-screen applications that require a clear, visible image and feature modern HD images and video without a lack in quality.

According to Barco’s Director of Strategic Marketing Projection Chris Colpaert, “The CLM-HD6 is an attractive option for customers that want to project in bright HD and need the best quality guarantee at the most comfortable price. And due to its power-saving options, redundant lamp system and durable, proven technology, the CLM also offers a negligible total cost of ownership.”

Barco has had experience in fixed installation applications for decades now. Colpaert added, “This has allowed us to tailor the CLM’s features to our customers’ needs. The unit accepts various input formats, of which two are HDMI. We took special care in the design to reduce noise levels, and we did not burden the unit with complex features that would frustrate users. If you want a reliable unit that does the job, the CLM-HD6 was designed for you. ”

Source: Digital Production – Barco launches ‘cost-effective’ HD projector

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