Da-Lite 40188 Model B Manual Projection Screen (70 x 70")

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Da-Lite 40188 Model B Manual Projection Screen (70 x 70")
Key Features
  • Wall or Ceiling Mounted
  • Non-Tensioned
  • 99" Diagonal
  • Square (Audio-Visual) Format
The Dalite Model B 70 x 70" Manual Projection Screen is a big package in a small, affordable and efficient screen. For the office, school, business or meeting facility that needs a simple and reliable pull-down style screen, the Model B is hard to beat. With a gentle pull on the enclosed cord, the screen rolls down smoothly - and retracts with the same ease.
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Da-Lite Model B Overview

The Dalite Model B 70 x 70" Manual Projection Screen is a big package in a small, affordable and efficient screen. For the office, school, business or meeting facility that needs a simple and reliable pull-down style screen, the Model B is hard to beat. With a gentle pull on the enclosed cord, the screen rolls down smoothly - and retracts with the same ease.

Much like the school screens of years ago, this model is for those who need a strong and rugged "pull-down" type surface with none of the bells and whistles of more sophisticated, electronic models.

Dalite, a more-than-known name in the audio-visual field, has screens for every projection environment and office need. Their long-standing reputation for form, function and price make them a leader when you are shopping for audio-visual equipment.  

Perfect for classroom and meeting room facilities
Easy pull-down system locks at intervals to fit a variety of projection formats
Nylon bearings provide smooth quiet operation for the life of the screen
Case design allows flush mounting to the ceiling or wall
Matte White, High Contrast Matte White, Glass Beaded and Video Spectra 1.5 fabrics will be seamless in all sizes; High Power fabric up to and including 6' high will be seamless
UPC: 717068127692

Da-Lite Model B Specs

Type
StyleModel B
Front/Rear ProjectionFront
MountWall or Ceiling
FinishMatte White; flame retardant and mildew resistant
Tension ControlNon-tensioned
Keystone ControlNot Applicable
Dimensions
FormatSquare (Audio-Visual)
Aspect Ratio1:1
Masking OptionsMasking borders are standard
Controls
VoltageNot Applicable
Integrated Control36" pull cord with plastic knob is included
Control OptionsNot Applicable
Casing
ColorWhite
Material22-gauge octagonal steel
Length73.5" (1.8 m)
General
Packaging Info
Package Weight15.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)79 x 5 x 5"

Da-Lite Model B Reviews

Nice Screen

By Greg
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-03

We purchased the 70 x 70 screen for a small conference room. Whether mounting to a wall or ceiling, it's a bit odd that companies don't consider standard wall stud or ceiling joist spacing. We ran a 1x4 on the ceiling to pick up the joists, then inserted screw eyes to hang the screen. Screen is very nice. Pull-down and retraction is smooth. A short rope with knob is provided in case the retracted height is a bit high for some. It's being used with a BenQ DLP HD projector and the package really works well together. Currently being used to show business-related documents in meetings. Clarity is very good. Would purchase again.

Works great for education

By ScienceTeacher
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2013-07-10

I am an educator, teaching in a 50' x 31' classroom/lab with a Sharp Notevision XR-10X-L DLP projector. This screen is large enough to run my PowerPoint presentations and to show videos, even with the windows open, although I have to turn off half of the lights.Mounting the screen was easy once I had the T-bars clamps installed on the drop ceiling. Installing the T-bar clamps was a bit difficult and dirty. (Ever seen what is on the other side of your drop ceiling? It ain't pretty.)The screen retracts reliably as long as you follow the instructions, which are helpfully printed on the pull handle.The combination of good performance, low cost, and free shipping makes me wonder why anyone would pay more for a comparable product.

Great Screen! Great Price!

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2011-12-20

We use this screen in our client preview room. What can I say it works GREAT.

70xawesome

By whitewolf491
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2010-08-22

Completely happy with purchase great price perfect size looks phenomenal, couldn't be happier, mounted it over a front window and now my living room is a home movie theater in the middle of the day!! also halo 3 looks awesome in 70 inches

Great screen for the price!

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-01-05

Easy to use, set up and great picture. Although Da-Lite doesn't tell you the 'secret' way to get the screen to roll up if it does get stuck all the way open. Basically, pull screen down and forward (towards you) and then push it up at a quick controlled rate. I discovered this on a YouTube video.

Doesn't slide back into its case

By Lurabbia
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2017-01-02

I like everything about this screen BUT it doesn't slide back into its case. I exchanged the first I purchased thinking that it was defective but now I am having the same issue with the new one. At beginning I blamed myself but also my friends are not able to slide it in. So, I do not know. Everything else about it is great. Image looks sharpe and brilliant.

Good Value!

By Johnny Mojo
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2015-12-07

Confernece rooms and classroooms

I would buy this again

By Pam with the Plan!
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2013-08-08

We use this in our agency conference room to do education for our clinical staff for electronic medical charting. We mounted it right over a large picture on the wall and simply pull it down whenever needed.

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