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Christie HS-Series Projector

Christie's HS Series grows to 10 projectors with the addition of three new models—the DWU23-HS, DWU19-HS, and DWU15-HS. All are WUXGA (1920x1200) laser phosphor projectors that produce 23,650, 19,150, and 15,750 ISO lumens, respectively. They use a 0.96-inch DMD device in a 1DLP system with a 4-segment (RGBY) color wheel that runs at 2x or 3x speed. Christie's new version of their BoldColor technology, BoldColor+, improves color performance.

The DWU23-HS and DWU19-HS support active shuttered and passive polarized stereoscopic 3D. The three projectors come standard with two HDMI 2.0b (one with HDCP 2.2 and one with 1.4), a DisplayPort, USB Type A, and a HDBaseT RJ45. In addition, the DWU15-HS has a 3G-SDI BNC connector.

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Any accessories for the original HS Series projectors are compatible with the DWU15-HS, DWU19-HS, and DWU23-HS, including lenses and mounts. The lens options range from a 0.38:1 ultra-short throw to 7.2-10.8:1 zoom lens. Vertical and horizontal offset ranges are dependent on the lens used.

In addition to the three new HS Series models, Christie also introduced a new GS Series projector, the DWU1400-GS. It's a 14,250 lumen 1DLP laser projector with a 4,000,000:1 contrast ratio thanks to Christie's RealBlack technology.

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Christie DWU1400-GS Projector

All models have Christie Twist built in for warping and blending projected images while maintaining proper geometry and accurate pixel-to-pixel alignment. They are also compatible with Christie Mystique, an automated alignment and recalibration system that uses cameras to quickly and accurately align and calibrate multi-projection setups.

The three new HS projectors are available for order now, with a ship date of late 2022. The DWU1400-GS begins shipping in October. All four of the new projectors come with a five-year warranty.

For more detailed specifications and connections, check out our Christie DWU23-HS projector page.


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