Thursday, February 23, 2017
Rentex Audio Visual & Computer Rentals Now Offering Panasonic Laser Projectors to Customers Nationwide
Rentex, one of the largest, most respected providers of audio visual, production, and computer rentals, is pleased to announce that they’ve added two cutting-edge laser projectors to their projector rental inventory, the Panasonic PT-RZ970 and the PT-RZ770. Both laser projectors are available for rent from the company’s 9 locations nationwide, including Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, Orlando, and Anaheim, CA.
Rentex Audio Visual & Computer Rentals is pleased to announce that it has added two popular laser projectors, the Panasonic PT-RZ970 and PT-RZ770, to its already extensive line of projector rental equipment. The two Panasonic laser projectors deliver many significant advantages over traditional lamp projectors, including improved image quality, a much longer maintenance cycle, and increased flexibility. The robust features of the Panasonic PT-RZ970 and RZ770 have made them standouts in the emerging laser projector field. Rentex Director of Sales, Rob Garvey, said this about the company’s new offering,
“We’re always expanding our inventory to include the latest equipment, and both these Panasonic laser projectors are welcome additions. They’re versatile, durable, and they produce an absolutely stunning image quality. In addition, they’ve been very well received throughout the AV production community, which means a short learning curve for many of our customers. We’re very excited to offer them.”
The Panasonic PT-RZ770 is a highly versatile 7,200 lumen projector that can deliver an increased picture quality and a vastly extended maintenance lifecycle to a variety of different application scenarios, while the PT-RZ970 is a 10,000 lumen projector that is designed to thrive in high-end projection scenarios, like those for theatre and staging. Both the PT-RZ770 and PT-RZ970 allow continuous operation for 20,000 hours in standard projection mode and up to 87,000 hours in long-life mode, many times longer than traditional lamp projectors. Mr. Garvey continued,
“These Panasonic projectors can be rotated 360 degrees, meaning a nearly an endless number of mounting configuration. That’s a huge benefit to our clients who want to do complex image mapping or blend multiple projections. Until recently laser projectors have been either too bulky or a little too expensive to be viable as mainstream options, but the Panasonic PT-RZ770 and RZ970 have helped to change that.”
In addition to the benefits mentioned above, the projectors offer a number of other features and advantages. This includes a dynamic light control technology that modulates laser power output to ensure a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, even when interchanging bright and dark scenes, and a fail-safe redundancy circuit that minimizes the loss of brightness and color uniformity if a laser diode fails, which makes them well-suited for mission critical applications.
Learn more about the Panasonic PT-RZ970 and PT-RZ770 at the links below.
- Panasonic PT-RZ970 – 10,000 lumens 1-Chip DLP Laser Projector
- Panasonic PT-RZ770 – 7,200 lumens 1-Chip DLP Laser Projector
Rentex, headquartered in Canton, Massachusetts, has a nationwide network of nine convenient warehouses stocked with high-quality, name-brand audio visual rental equipment, including projector rentals, projection screens, displays, audio and video equipment, video cameras, camcorders, production equipment, computers, and more.
Founded in 1980, Rentex is one of the largest and most trusted wholesale providers of audio visual, production, and computer rental equipment in the nation. Rentex is a longtime leader in the cross-rental market supplying many of the nation’s largest companies with complete audio visual rentals and 24/7 sales & technical supports. Rentex can deliver nationwide within 24 hours and offers same day delivery to most major cities. To view all available rental equipment and request a rental quote, visit www.rentex.com or call (800) 574-1702.