Christie Adds to its GS Series with New Laser Phosphor Models

Christie Adds to its GS Series with New Laser Phosphor Models

Targeted for fixed installations and event staging, the new Christie DHD1075-GS and DWU1075-GS  projectors are rugged models built for extended, heavy use. They employ a more powerful grid-based warping and blending technology, combined with Christie’s BoldColor Technology, all in a more compact form-factor. They are lightweight for easy transportation and handling, which includes camera-based stacking. The GS series can be quickly aligned with other projectors.

These new models use laser-phosphor illumination to lower total cost of ownership. The standard six-segment color wheel offers maximum brightness. The DHD1075-GS and DWU1075-GS feature a host of ProAV features such as Dynamic Contrast, wireless connectivity, three lens choices, multiple input options and 360 degree projection.

Both new models offer 1920×1080 resolution and a 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio. The DHD1075-GS is 10,000 lumens and the DWU1075-GS is 10,875 lumens. These new GS series projectors will be available Summer 2017.

Display analyst firm PMA Research tracks sales of projectors. This spring they noted that unit sales of laser/LED and laser/phosphor models has nearly doubled when compared to the same time period last year.