The Barco Balder 4k Laser Projector combines the worlds finest optics with cutting edge DLP and Laser technologies to deliver one of the finest home cinema projection systems if have ever seen. Don’t take my word for it come in and audition the Balder first hand, that’s right Sydney Hi-Fi Castle Hill has the Balder available for demonstration in our dedicated cinema room!
Barco Balder 4k Laser Projector key features:
- Professional-grade optics By basing Balder’s cinemascope optical engine on it’s bigger brother Loki’s CS architecture, custom-designed aspherical glass elements and enhanced low dispersion glass lenses, image quality is in a class of its own. To top that, Balder CS’s frame and core is built in Aluminium, 37kg of pure quality. the result is the best picture quality ever shown at this level.
- State-of-the-art electronics All-new “Pulse” electronics have been designed to process 4K with HDMI 2.0a and HDCP 2.2 and the optical engine is utilising the very latest 0,9-inch DMD DLP chipset, delivering 5,120 x 2,160 pixels on the screen.
- Cinemascope Balder CS has a unique automatic aspect ratio detection function. It will look for 2.40:1 content and automatically scale the image to fit the 5120×2160 resolution and of course change back to 16:9 (3840×2160) if you have content in that format. It will also change aspect ratio when a 2.40:1 format movie has a menu’s outside the active picture frame. You can also switch manually between the different formats.
- Liquid cooling Balder CS has departed from a pure fan-based cooling system to a liquid cooling PID regulation system, allowing Balder to operate in any angle
Dimensions (WxLxH) = 475 x 593 x 286 mm excluding lens
Weight = 37kg without lens
Price indicated with a standard EN61 (1.7 – 2.5 : 1) lens. Other lenses are available, please contact us for further information.
Barco specialises in high-performance projections systems that offer ultra-high quality image reproduction for home cinema right through to commercial picture theatres. In fact, Barco is used by two of Hollywood’s biggest movie producers for their personal home cinemas, Michael Bay (producer of Transformers) and Jerry Bruckheimer (producer of Pirates of the Caribbean).