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Christie expands its laser phosphor GS Series with two new models
Posted: Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:01:16 AM


With 630-GS now shipping, Christie continues to deliver premium HD and WUXGA projectors at value prices

CYPRESS, Calif. - (April 11, 2018) -Christiecontinues to expand its comprehensive mainstream projector lineup with the new 1DLPChristie DHD635-GSandChristie DWU635-GS?laser phosphor models featuring embedded warping and blending technology, Dynamic Contrast, 360-degree orientation, and both portrait and landscape mode.

Compact and lightweight for easy transportation and handling, these superior image quality projectors blend seamlessly into any environment including corporate boardrooms and meeting rooms, classrooms, lecture halls, houses of worship, hotel conference rooms, museums, libraries, and other fixed or rental staging applications.

With the introduction of these premium solutions, and with the 630-GS now shipping, Christie continues to answer the needs of customers looking for choice in 1DLP laser phosphor for their various application needs, said Brad Martin, product manager, Christie. Image quality is paramount in any projector, and Christies GS Series hits both the lumens and cost points customers are looking for in either HD or WUXGA resolution.

Delivering advanced and highly efficient laser diodes for up to 6,750 ISO lumens of light output with 20,000 hours of worry-free operation, both projectors are equipped with Christie RealBlack technology to produce 4,000,000:1 full on/off contrast ratio in a whisper-quiet (36dBA) solution.

Live staging events customers will enjoy the compact design and low cost as enabling technologies that make middle brightness more affordable, added Martin.

Compatible with all GS Series lenses - including a new Ultra Short Throw - both 1DLP projectors are capable of 24/7 operation and ship in April 2018 with a three-year parts and labor warranty.

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