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The Christie Eclipse is the only video display in the world that produces OLED like dynamic range, contrast, and black levels, with towards the full BT.2020 color gamut coverage and color volume that exceeds BT.2020 (not merely DCI-P3 which is only circa 70% of BT.2020) at 12-bit color depth and 4:4:4 Chroma Subsampling, yielding massively superior color performance and a depth of image unlike what most people will have experienced before, with pixel perfect razor sharp delineation and 1-1 pixel mapping, perfect uniformity, and no limitations regarding screen size or peak brightness. It also offers unrivalled 3D performance with up to 4K60 into each eye at high brightness. It's as if all aspects of video performance have been maxed out to the Nth degree. It is literally the World's Best Video Display.

The Christie Eclipse is not only the best video projector in the world, it is quite literally the best video display in the world, as of right now and the foreseeable future. It significantly outperforms not only all other projectors, but also all other video displays, across all formats, including all televisions (whether OLED, LED video walls (e.g. Sony Crystal LED, Samsung The Wall) and even the Sony BVM-HX310 Professional Master Monitor (!) which is used professionally for movies post-production and grading.

The Christie Eclipse is the new reference standard against which all other video displays should now be compared. It is quite literally the ultimate video display and with it Christie has set a benchmark of near insurmountable Everest proportions.























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ULTRA HIGH CONTRAST 4K HDR 6-DLP RGB
LASER PROJECTOR REVIEW

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SUMMARY:

The Christie Eclipse 4K HDR 6-DLP RGB Laser Projector is not only the best video projector in the world, it is quite literally the best video display in the world, as of right now and the foreseeable future.

The Christie Eclipse is the only video display in the world that produces OLED like dynamic range, contrast, and black levels, with towards the full BT.2020 color gamut coverage and color volume that exceeds BT.2020 (not merely DCI-P3 which is only circa 70% of BT.2020) at 12-bit color depth and 4:4:4 Chroma Subsampling, yielding massively superior color performance and a depth of image unlike what most people will have experienced before, with pixel perfect razor sharp delineation and 1-1 pixel mapping, perfect uniformity, and no limitations regarding screen size or peak brightness. It also offers unrivalled 3D performance with up to 4K60 into each eye at high brightness. It's as if all aspects of video performance have been maxed out to the Nth degree. It is literally the World's Best Video Display.

It significantly outperforms not only all other projectors, but also all other video displays, across all formats, including all televisions (whether OLED, LED LCD, MicroLED or otherwise), all video walls (e.g. Sony Crystal LED, Samsung The Wall) and even the Sony BVM-HX310 Professional Master Monitor (!) which is used professionally for movies post-production and grading.

The Christie Eclipse is the new reference standard against which all other video displays should now be compared. It is quite literally the ultimate video display, the Holy Grail of Home Theater projectors and with it Christie has set a benchmark of near insurmountable Everest proportions.


MEASUREMENTS:

CONTRAST:


ON/OFF contrast and ANSI contrast by no means tell you the whole picture as far as contrast performance of video content is concerned, because neither ON/OFF nor ANSI are in fact directly applicable with respect to actual video content. ON/OFF contrast and ANSI contrast are the two extremes of the contrast range that relates to video content. The ON/OFF Contrast is the ratio between the luminance of a fully white screen versus the luminance of a fully black screen. Consequently, it only provides the black level of a completely black screen. Whilst this is useful with respect to obtaining and comparing what is best black level performance capability of the particular display, it does not tell us what is the contrast and/or black level performance of actual video content. Similarly, ANSI Contrast only describes the black level at what is typically the extreme upper limit of image luminance. Wherein statistically over 99% of video content resides in-between these two extremes.

Consequently, in order to obtain a proper understanding of what is the contrast and black levels performance of actual video content we need to take measurements with respect to the full range, not just the ON/OFF and ANSI, but also everything in-between.

Specifically, what is required is to measure the full range of ADL (Average Display Level) contrast, which is the intraframe contrast at a particular image luminance. Where ADL is defined as being the average on-screen brightness after gamma correction; and the ON/OFF contrast corresponds to an ADL of 0%, and the ANSI contrast corresponds to an ADL of 50%.

CHRISTIE ECLIPSE FULL RANGE CONTRAST MEASUREMENTS:
The following contrast measurements were taken at actual usage light output levels:



LUMINANCE:

● PEAK LIGHT OUTPUT = 17,000 LUMENS
● WHITE LEVEL = 440 NITS
● BLACK LEVEL = 0.000017 NITS (!)


COLOR PERFORMANCE:

● Towards the full BT.2020 COLOR gamut and color volume which exceeds BT.2020; at 12-bit Color Depth and 4:4:4 Chroma Subsampling. Yields massively superior color performance as compared with displays which support only DCI-P3 and only 10-bit Color Depth, and color performance unlike most people will have ever experienced before.





INPUT LAG:

● LATENCY = 16 ms


ANALYSIS & GENERAL PERFORMANCE SCORES (OUT OF 100):


● MASCIOLA HDR10 SINGLE PIXEL 4K RESOLUTION TEST PATTERN PERFORMANCE : 98

N.B. THE COUPLE OF SMALL SMEARS ARE DUE TO THIS BEING A PRE-PRODUCTION PROTOTYPE AND WILL NOT BE PRESENT WITH THE PRODUCTION UNITS




● QUICK BROWN FOX TEST PATTERN PERFORMANCE: 99




● NATIVE 4K SINGLE PIXEL GEOMETRY TEST PATTERN PERFORMANCE: 100




● BLACK PLUGE TEST PATTERN BLACK LEVEL PERFORMANCE: 100




● WHITE & BLACK GRID TEST PATTERN PERFORMANCE: 100




● BLACK STARFIELD VIDEO PERFORMANCE: 100




● JOURNEY TO SPACE HDR 4K (00:35:50) PERFORMANCE: 100




● SHARPNESS & MTF: 100

You can quite literally see the native 4K pixel structure in absolute perfect razor sharpness throughout the entire image for all 8,847,360 pixels. The projected image quite literally cannot be any sharper! :)

● FOCUS UNIFORMITY: 100

● CHROMATIC ABERRATION: 100

● IMAGE UNIFORMITY: 100

● RGB PIXEL/PANEL ALIGNMENT: 100

● POSTERIZATION (BANDING): 100

● BLOOMING: 99

● STREAKING: 100

● VIDEO NOISE: 100

● MOTION PERFORMANCE: 100

● GAMING PERFORMANCE: 100

TOTAL SCORE = 99.7 / 100


CONCLUSION:

The Christie Eclipse is the only video display in the world that produces OLED like dynamic range, contrast, and black levels, with towards the full BT.2020 color gamut and color volume that exceeds BT.2020 (not merely DCI-P3 which is only circa 70% of BT.2020) at 12-bit color depth and 4:4:4 Chroma Subsampling, with pixel perfect razor sharp delineation with 1-1 pixel mapping, perfect uniformity, and no limitations regarding screen size or peak brightness. It also offers unrivalled 3D performance with up to 4K60 into each eye at high brightness. It is literally the World's Best Video Display.

The Christie Eclipse’s patented light engine uses dual DMDs in a way that achieves pixel level luminance control, as per an OLED TV but with projection. Whilst the primary DMDs which make up the video image are native 4K resolution, the secondary DMDs which modulate pixel level luminance control are HD1080p resolution meaning that there is the equivalent of 2,073,600 'Dimming Zones'. In combination with other proprietary technologies the result is perceived as akin pixel level lumance control as per an OLED TV but with projection. A world first and unique to the Eclipse. No other Home Theater projector has this capability.

The result is literally OLED level contrast performance, but without OLED's brightness limitations, without OLED’s despised Auto Brightness Limiter (ABL), and none of its other issues, such as uniformity issues and near black performance issues. Plus Eclipse has massively superior color performance, with BT.2020 color volume at 12-bit color depth; as compared with OLED TVs being only DCI-P3, which equates to only circa 70% of BT.2020, at only 10-bit color depth. Eclipse also supports HDMI 2.1 with up to 4K120 with 2D, Active 3D with 4K60 into each eye at high brightness with zero crosstalk (the ultimate 3D), and 4K60 fullscreen two player gaming (Christie View). Eclipse outperforms OLED and everything else as well, in more ways than one.

But it's not just the ON/OFF contrast performance that's staggering, it's the full range intraframe contrast and dynamic range performance from 0% ADL (ON/OFF) right up to and including 50% ADL (= ANSI) and beyond. The performance is totally off the scale and insane.

There is no shutting off of the light engine in response to full field back as per the ‘full fade to black’ feature of some laser projectors. This feature yields a black screen with full field black only. As soon as there is any imagery, typically everything from a single pixel, the light engine re-engages and the black level jumps to a shade of gray. No such jiggery-pokery going on here. This fact is easily demonstrated by transitioning from a full field black image to a test pattern comprising a small white square in the center of an otherwise black screen. The result is that the white square appears in the middle of the screen whilst the black level remains precisely the same absolute black as is experienced with the full field black. Exactly as per an emissive display, such as OLED TVs.

This unrivalled performance is native. There is no Dynamic Contrast functionality which can be used to somewhat improve upon the native contrast and black level performance of a projector but with the downside of introduction of numerous video artifacts and issues, which are often so severe that many folks opt to disable / turn off the Dynamic Contrast functionality altogether. With the Eclipse it produces its insane performance NATIVELY.

The same high contrast technology features within Christie's infamous Dolby Cinema projector that it licenses to Dolby for exclusive use in commercial cinemas. However, this is by no means simply a rebadged Dolby Cinema projector. The Eclipse is a next generation significant evolution forwards in front of that projector, with entirely new electronics, and in fact significantly outperforms the Dolby Cinema projector for numerous reasons. Meaning you won't experience anything even close to the video performance of the Eclipse by visiting a Dolby Cinema.

If or when you are fortunate to experience a demo of the Christie Eclipse sometime, trust me when I say that you will never have experienced anything like it. It's literally the best video image that I have ever seen in my life, and it is my business to literally see (and hear) everything that's the top of the top of the pyramid with respect to A/V. The resultant video image is both beautiful and mesmerizing. It is truly an unrivalled sight to behold.


MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:

● THREE versions will be available, being: 9,000 lumens; 17,000 lumens; and 25,000 lumens.

● Laser modules will be contained within a separate rack with dimensions W78cm x D80cm x H69cm.

● The laser module rack is liquid cooled, completely silent operation, and comes with 8m or 10m length fibre that connects to the projector head, which can be extended up to 164’ / 50m long.

● There is an external chiller; this is not silent and can be situated up to 30m away.

● The projector head is big and noisy, so needs to be installed into a projection booth / room. It starts at about 64 dBA but rises from there at higher brightness and ambient temperature environments

● No Laser Speckle. The Christie Eclipse uses laser diodes with a wide array of differing wavelengths for each of the Red, Green, and Blue components of RGB color. This combined with patented the dual DMD light engine that produces the insane contrast performance, completely eliminates the phenomenon known as Laser Speckle, which typically afflicts RGB laser projectors, and necessitates countermeasures such as screen vibrators and the like having to be used to reduce the issue. With the Eclipse there isn't any. Literally ZERO. As such the problem has been eradicated entirely. Hence, there is absolutely no need for any anti-speckle systems / solutions.

● Color depth: 12-bit

● Supports 4K60 with low latency.

● High Frame Rate (HFR) 4K120 support and either active or passive (your choice) 3D functionality, with 4K60 into each eye if active; with very high brightness and essentially zero cross-talk

● CHRISTIE VIEW GAMING: In addition to supporting single player gaming at 4K120 (wherein it is worth noting that it has been confirmed that both the upcoming Sony Playstation 5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X gaming consoles will support 4K120 gaming), via use of active glasses you can have two players see the whole screen at 4K60, but a completely different screen to everyone else, in other words it will be akin to the two players each having their own full size Christie Eclipse gaming screen at 4K60.

● Multiple lens options covering a wide array of throw distances versus screen sizes

● 3-Year Warranty. Extended Warranty options available.

● It is Class 1 Risk Group 3.


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Partnership with AUAV brings Eclipse to home theaters

August 26, 2021

CYPRESS, Calif. – Christie® is pleased to announce that Absolute Ultimate AV (AUAV), an award-winning home theater integrator, is the exclusive global representative for the Christie Eclipse 4K RGB pure laser projector into the high-end home theater market.

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“We’re excited to partner with AUAV to offer Christie Eclipse to discerning home theater customers around the world,” says Larry Howard, director of sales, Entertainment, Americas, Christie. “Eclipse is a projector unlike anything else on the market. For customers looking to design and install an ultra-premium, in-home cinema experience, AUAV and Christie Eclipse is the clear choice.”
“With over 30 years of experience designing and installing bespoke home theaters, we select only the best performing products for our customers, and Christie Eclipse is the best-of-the-best,” says Nigel Archer, co-CEO, AUAV. “Eclipse is capable of dynamic range, contrast, color and HDR performance that has never been seen before in a home theater display. It’s quite simply a game-changer.”

Eclipse pushes the boundaries of projection technology, delivering a color gamut approaching the full BT.2020 color space and processing and reproducing HDR content on screen. Christie Eclipse is available in three brightness levels – 9,000, 17,000 and 25,000 lumens – to light up even the largest of home theater screens with brilliant visuals and provides 30,000 hours of optimal performance to 80% brightness.

In collaboration with Christie, AUAV will offer customers Christie’s industry-leading customer support, including installation, maintenance and remote monitoring of Christie Eclipse installations.

For more information, visit www.au-av.com

About Absolute Ultimate AV

Absolute Ultimate AV is a worldwide distributor of the world’s best and finest audiovisual (AV) equipment with respect to the residential AV industry. Our established track-record of unrivalled excellence is born out of our corporate philosophy to impartially cherry-pick and provide nothing but the absolute ultimate with respect to AV. We offer access to revolutionary leading-edge products and technology, much of which is exclusive to us, which we combine with exceptional customer service and technical support. We also specialize in offering world-leading consultancy services regarding the optimal design, installation, setup and calibration of high-end home theaters and private cinemas. Welcome to the best audiovisual in the world.
 

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CHRISTIE ECLIPSE WINS CEPRO BEST PROJECTOR AWARD



Celebrating the most noteworthy new products and technologies of 2021, the CE Pro BEST Award winners were announced following CEDIA Expo 2021. All entries were judged on innovation, performance, functionality, competitive advantages and benefits.

“2021 has been a year like no other. As we have all spent more time than ever in our homes, the value of solutions for wellness as well as comfort and entertainment is clear,” said Arlen Schweiger, executive editor of CE Pro. “Homeowners rely on integrators to identify and install the right solutions to meet their needs. The BEST Awards recognize the companies that are developing these innovative technologies and elevating the home experience.”

The World’s Best Video Display
The absolute pinnacle of display technology, Christie® Eclipse is a game-changing 6DLP® 4K HDR RGB pure laser projector. It outperforms all other home theater displays, across all formats, offering the best video performance on the market today.

Utilizing patented proprietary dual DMDs 6DLP technology Eclipse achieves pixel level luminance control, as per emissive displays such as OLED TV, but with projection. The result is literally OLED level contrast and black performance, but without OLED's brightness limitations, without OLED’s widely despised Auto Brightness Limiter (ABL), and none of its other issues, such as uniformity issues and near black performance issues.

Additionally, Eclipse offers massively superior color performance, with color gamut approaching the full BT.2020 color space, and at 12-bit color depth; as compared with OLED TVs being only 96% - 99% of DCI-P3, which equates to only circa 70% of BT.2020, at only 10-bit color depth. Eclipse has a color palette that far exceeds other home theater projectors that only achieve DCI-P3.

Available in 3 brightness levels—9,000 lumens, 17,000 lumens, and 25,000 lumens—Eclipse can light up even the largest of home theater screens with unrivalled visuals.

Eclipse also offers the ultimate gaming experience and unrivalled 3D performance.

Christie Eclipse truly redefines the home theater experience and sets a new reference standard of Everest proportions. Once you see it, you can never go back.
 

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CHRISTIE ECLIPSE WINS CEDIA EXPO BEST OF SHOW AWARD



The CEDIA Best of Show Awards recognize the very best and most outstanding products exhibited at the CEDIA expo. Rewarding the best new products and technologies of 2021, the winners were announced following CEDIA Expo 2021.

The 2021 Best of Show Awards exemplifies the innovative and future-forward spirit that is a hallmark of the industry,” said CEDIA Interim Co-Chief Executive Officer Giles Sutton. “This year’s finalists show they truly are a cut above.”

Christie Eclipse is the World’s Best Video Display. It is fantastic to see it receiving so many awards and the recognition it deserves as the ultimate home theater projector. ”, says Nigel Archer Co-CEO of Absolute Ultimate AV, Christie’s appointed Exclusive Distributor for the Christie Eclipse with respect to home theaters worldwide.



The absolute pinnacle of display technology

Christie Eclipse is a game-changing 6DLP 4K HDR RGB pure laser projector. Eclipse achieves a perfect score across every aspect of video performance. Eclipse outperforms all other projectors and video displays across all formats – including OLED TVs, video walls and even professional grading monitors. Christie Eclipse is capable of a degree of detail, sharpness, dynamic range, contrast, black levels, and color that has never been possible before with any home theater display system. If you want the ultimate video display for your home theater, it’s the Christie Eclipse. Once you see it, you can never go back.
 

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Hi Nigel,

Well maybe you won't mind me posting on this Dedicated Thread even though I will not be in the market for one.

Just stopping by to say Congratulations on such an outstanding product. !!!

If this Thread is actually for Owners or Prospective Owners I can easily delete this Post.

Best wishes,
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I am not in the market as I imagine the MSRP is probably ten times what I spent on my entire theater, but I admit, I just drool over those specs. The Eclipse truely is the best in the world.



How did they get that sort of contrast out of DLP?


Since Christie doesn't play in the realm of consumer projectors (at least obtainable by the "average joe"), I assume we won't see much trickle down from this technology.


Congratulations on the projector - I'm green with envy!!!
 

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I am not in the market as I imagine the MSRP is probably ten times what I spent on my entire theater, but I admit, I just drool over those specs. The Eclipse truely is the best in the world.

How did they get that sort of contrast out of DLP?

Since Christie doesn't play in the realm of consumer projectors (at least obtainable by the "average joe"), I assume we won't see much trickle down from this technology.

Congratulations on the projector - I'm green with envy!!!
The Christie Eclipse uses dual DMDs in a way that achieves pixel level luminance control, as per an OLED TV but with projection. Think of it being akin to FALD but with a projector instead of a TV, wherein whilst the primary DMDs which make up the video image are native 4K resolution, the secondary DMDs which govern the pixel level luminance control are HD1080p resolution meaning that there is the equivalent of 2,073,600 'Dimming Zones'.

The result is literally akin to OLED level contrast performance, but with super-high brightness, without OLED's brightness limitations, and none of the uniformity issues that afflict OLED, plus 12-bit color depth and approaching the full BT.2020 color gamut. Whilst also supporting up to 4K120 with 2D, Active 3D with 4K60 into each eye at high brightness with zero crosstalk (the best 3D performance), and 4K60 fullscreen two player gaming (Christie View), the Eclipse actually significantly outperforms OLED, and in fact literally everything else as well, in more ways than one.

The same high contrast technology features within Christie's infamous Dolby Cinema projector that it licenses to Dolby for exclusive use in commercial cinemas. However, this is by no means simply a rebadged Dolby Cinema projector. The Eclipse is a next generation evolution forwards in front of that projector, with entirely new electronics, and in fact significantly outperforms the Dolby Cinema projector for numerous reasons. Meaning you won't experience anything even close to the video performance of the Eclipse by visiting a Dolby Cinema.

You should experience a demo of this monster sometime. Trust me when I say that you will never have experienced anything like it. It's literally the best video image that I have ever seen in my life, and it is my business to literally see (and hear) everything that's the top of the top of the pyramid with respect to A/V.

I don't have mine just yet, as I am in process of relocating from the UK to the USA, but I will most certainly be installing one into my new home theater in the USA and ASAP. The first production units for Home Cinemas will be shipping circa January 2021. So won't be long now! :)

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Hi Nigel,

Well maybe you won't mind me posting on this Dedicated Thread even though I will not be in the market for one.

Just stopping by to say Congratulations on such an outstanding product. !!!

If this Thread is actually for Owners or Prospective Owners I can easily delete this Post.

Best wishes,
Terry Honaker
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Terry, your posts are always most welcome sir! :)

This is a truly unique product and as such it will garner a lot of interest from many A/V enthusiasts that might not be in the market for one. As and when the opportunity arises it is my intention to host some 'AV parties' wherein fellow AV Enthusiasts from these forums will have the opportunity to come and experience the incredible performance of this monster, and then feedback and discuss the product thereafter on here accordingly. This will be my way of enabling like-minded AV enthusiasts to have the opportunity to experience something which they might otherwise not have access to experiencing. So consider yourself to have an open invitation to come and attend one of these 'AV parties' as and when.

I am also going to be hosting a second demo event with respect to the Christie Eclipse at Christie Digital in Cypress California sometime between now and the end of the year. This will be another opportunity for folks who are interested to come and experience the performance of this thing. We are currently aiming for sometime in September. I will confirm dates as and when :)

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The closest I will EVER come to owning an Eclipse, due to the expense, is posting a THANK YOU to Nigel in this very thread!

But someday, when Covid-19 is over, and Nigel's home theater in Florida is up and running, it will be time for a Florida visit!

Nigel, for your new home theater name, if you can't use "Eclipse" due to copyright issues, how about "The Eclipso Theatre"? (Eclipso is a DC Comics villain who comes out at night - so appropriate given the superb unimaginable black level of the Eclipse projector!)
 

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Hi there Nigel.

What an absolute beast. Nice one. :cool:

Relocating eh? That puts paid to any demo for me unfortunately. :(

Cheers and stay safe. :)
 
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I´d REALLY love to have a look at this "baby" at some point @ARROW-AV - seems to really hold the term ultimate display for quite some time moving forward! Hopefully covid is gone and done with come next July; doing a road trip to AV heaven from my Miami / Jupiter stronghold would be on my bucket list if at all possible... :)
 

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I am not in the market as I imagine the MSRP is probably ten times what I spent on my entire theater, but I admit, I just drool over those specs. The Eclipse truely is the best in the world.



How did they get that sort of contrast out of DLP?


Since Christie doesn't play in the realm of consumer projectors (at least obtainable by the "average joe"), I assume we won't see much trickle down from this technology.


Congratulations on the projector - I'm green with envy!!!
Well it is trickling down from the original Dolby Cinema Projection system. With its dual projection head and large laser racks it was said to cost over 1 million, so. It is only a trickle, though considering the time it took to see this price level reduction, rather slow.

@ARROW-AV, US and EU are both closed for eachother's citizens till the end of the year, for now.

Florida heay, what retirement community are you moving into? Electric golf cart instead of those hyper cars you keep refering to;-).
 
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