Draper Luma Manual Projection Screen - 84 x 84" - Matte White

Draper Luma Manual Projection Screen - Wall or Ceiling Mounted - Non-Tensioned - 84 x 84" - 119" Diagonal - Square Format - Matte White

Draper Luma Manual Projection Screen - Wall or Ceiling Mounted - Non-Tensioned - 84 x 84" - 119" Diagonal - Square Format - Matte White

B&H # DR207004 MFR # 207004
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The Luma projection screen is attractive and dependable in the classroom or conference room. Its case and endcaps have a matching finish. Heavy gauge endcaps form universal hanging brackets for attachment to wall, ceiling or map rail hooks. Your choice of a conventional viewing surface: fiberglass matt white, glass beaded or High Contrast Grey. For all sizes 70" wide and larger, or any size shipping with wall extension brackets, a pull cord is factory attached.

For small to medium sized groups
Spring-roller operated
Housed in pentagonal steel case which has a scratch-resistant white polyester finish with matching end caps
Heavy-gauge end caps for universal hanging brackets for attachment to wall, ceiling or map rail hooks
Depending on surface, available in sizes through 96 X 96' and 10' NTSC
NTSC, HDTV and WideScreen format screens have black borders on all four sides
UPC: 641092135685
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Draper Luma Manual Projection Screen - Wall or Ceiling Mounted - Non-Tensioned - 84 x 84" - 119" Diagonal - Square Format - Matte White
  • One-Year Warranty
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    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 23.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 92.0 x 7.0 x 6.0"
    Luma Manual Projection Screen - 84 x 84" - Matte White is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Cheap. Developed warps. After owning and using this screen daily for the last five months, I can tell you that it is bright, easy to install, and inexpensive. However, after the first month, it developed 1- to 2-inch high rolls/waves in the surface. When a moving image pans across the screen, your natural perceptual response is *nausea*. When I called Draper about the problem, they informed me that I should have expected this problem because the screen is non-tensioned. I cannot recommend this screen for any except the most basic of uses, such as low-priority business presentations.
    Date published: 2011-04-06
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