This is your arena
Months of preparation are over. The stage is set. The big night has arrived. A new middleweight is taking the world by storm.
Enter the smaller, lighter, faster brighter Christie Boxer Series. Future-proof projection from the champions of proAV that gave you the Roadie and Roadster is finally here.
Sizing up the competition
Our rivals dare not enter the native 4K, 30,000-lumen arena. They don’t come close to Boxer’s unbeatable size to brightness ratio and incredible attributes.
The multi-award winning Boxer.
There’s no second place.
We’re proud of Boxer’s ever-growing list of prestigious awards and achievements. They show why the Christie Boxer 4K30 remains the undefeated champion.
Bright ideas in illumination
Boxer’s six powerful lamps* double the brightness of previous leading six lamp projectors. A major innovation furthered by two removable three-lamp cartridges housed in an easily accessible lamp bay. Lamp failure tolerant, Boxer incorporates a redundancy feature when fewer than six lamps are used.
* Boxer 2K30 and 4K30 models have six lamps
TruLife. High frame rate 4K
At the heart of Boxer beats Christie’s TruLife electronics platform. This technology forms the basis for the latest generation of projectors capable of delivering ultra-high resolution, high frame rate video. With TruLife there’s no interpolation, no up-sampling – no excuses. Just crisp, clear, lifelike content the way the originator intended.
Christie Boxer in action
Experience the Christie Boxer in action and see why it’s the chosen projector by proAV professionals globally
To commemorate 350 years since the Great Fire of London QED projected specially commissioned two-part content by Martin Firrell entitled Fires of London onto St Paul’s Cathedral and the National Theatre using 6 Boxers.
Celebrating the world’s biggest real-time tracking 3D projection mapping performance ever. Hexogon Solution deploys 66 Christie Boxer 4K30 Projectors to claim for Singapore’s 51st National Day celebrations
Which Boxer is right for you
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