Business, Classroom, Home Theater
Usually Ships Within:
3-5 Business Days
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Wall and Ceiling
High Contrast Matte White
All Da-Lite projector screens are custom built to order and Made in the USA.
The Da-lite Model C is a heavy duty wall/ceiling screen that is available in sizes up to 12 feet wide. Permanently lubricated steel ball bearings and a heavy duty spring assembly make this screen perfect for large training rooms, houses of worship or large screen home theaters. The Model C is available with a choice of seven veneer finishes to match any d?cor as well as an assortment of fabrics to serve any visual application.
An optional choice of seven veneer finishes are also available from Honey Maple, Medium Oak, Heritage Walnut, Mahogany, Light Oak, Natural Walnut and Cherry. Cases with Honey Maple, Light Oak and Medium Oak finishes come standard with white end caps. Cherry, Mahogany, Natural Walnut and Heritage Walnut cases come with black end caps.
Optional Floating Mounting Brackets allow the Model C to be mounted onto wall or ceiling studs and aligned left or right after installation by releasing two sets of screws. Veneer can also be added to the Floating Mounting Bracket to match a veneer case. Matte White fabric up to and including 10' high will be seamless. Video Spectra 1.5, High Contrast Matte White and Silver Lite 2.5 fabrics available in sizes up to 8' high. High Power fabric available in size up to 9' x 12' and will be seamless in sizes up to 6' high. Pull cord included.
High Contrast Matte White Screen Surface
Designed for moderate output DLP and LCD projectors, this screen surface is a great choice when video images are the main source of information being projected and where ambient light is moderately controlled. With its specially designed gray base material and reflective top surface, this screen material is able to provide very good black levels without sacrificing the white level output. Flame retardant and mildew resistant. Viewing Angle: 50° Gain: 1.1