Da-Lite 85320 Model B with CSR (Controlled Screen Return) Projection Screen (69 x 92")

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Da-Lite 85320 Model B with CSR (Controlled Screen Return) Projection Screen (69 x 92")
Key Features
  • Wall or Ceiling Mounted
  • Non-Tensioned
  • 120" Diagonal
  • Video Format
The Dalite 69 x 92" Model B with CSR (Controlled Screen Return) Manual Projection Screen is an example of design excellence wrapped in a simple package. This wonderfully functional and affordable screen is just the solution for a schoolroom, office seminar room, library or university setting. With a gentle pull on the enclosed cord, the screen rolls down smoothly - and retracts with the same ease.

The Controlled Screen Return feature means that the speed of the screen is moderated and will not damage the system when it retracts or cause undo "flap".

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.

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Da-Lite Model B Overview

The Dalite 69 x 92" Model B with CSR (Controlled Screen Return) Manual Projection Screen is an example of design excellence wrapped in a simple package. This wonderfully functional and affordable screen is just the solution for a schoolroom, office seminar room, library or university setting. With a gentle pull on the enclosed cord, the screen rolls down smoothly - and retracts with the same ease.

The Controlled Screen Return feature means that the speed of the screen is moderated and will not damage the system when it retracts or cause undo "flap".

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.  

Controlled Screen Return (CSR) make sure the screen rolls back into the case evenly and smoothly - eliminates noise and adds to life of screen
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, 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: 717068622333

Da-Lite Model B Specs

Type
StyleModel B with CSR (Controlled Screen Return)
Front/Rear ProjectionFront
MountWall or Ceiling
FinishMatte White; flame retardant and mildew resistant
Tension ControlNon-tensioned
Keystone ControlNot Applicable
Dimensions
Overall SizeNot Specified by Manufacturer
Image Size69 x 92" (1.8 x 2.3 m)
Diagonal120" (3m)
FormatVideo
Aspect Ratio4:3
Masking OptionsBlack masking borders are standard
Controls
VoltageNot Applicable
Integrated Control36" pull cord with plastic knob is included
Control OptionsNot Applicable
Casing
ColorWhite
Material22-gauge octagonal steel
Length99.5" (2.5 m)
General
Shipping Weight29 lbs (13.2 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight26.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)105 x 5 x 5"
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The screen dimensions are listed as 92 (wide) x 57.5: (high). That should yield an aspect ratio of (92(/(57.5) = 1.6 Why is the aspect ratio advertised as 1.85:1 ?
Asked by: Anonymous
The screen's image size is 57.5 x 92 (1.5 x 2.3 m) thus the diagonal is 109 (2.7 m) resulting in an aspect ratio of 16:10. This is a B&H web error and we thank you for bringing this to our attention.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Asked by: Harvey
Yes it can.
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Date published: 2019-07-16

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What is the exact distance between mounting brackets on centers?
Asked by: Barry C.
The distance between the hanger eyes on the screen is 62 5?8 .All detailed specs can be found here:<a href= http://www.da-lite.com/products/manual-screens/model-b?ID= target= _blank >http://www.da-lite.com/products/manual-screens/model-b?ID=</a>{2CC29635-8A97-46E0-A106-6FC7CEC69DD7}
Answered by: Dana G.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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difference between 4:3 ratio and 16:9 ratio?
Asked by: Anonymous
Think of 4:3 being a square screen and the 16;9 being a rectangle screen.
Answered by: Tribble P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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For this Model Screen B36465, what distance should an overhead project be mounted at?
Asked by: Anonymous
That depends on your projectors. Different projectors have various throw ratios. For instance, from 10 feet away, some projectors might project an image 5 feet across, others might project an image 15 feet across. Also, some higher end projectors have interchangeable lenses allowing you to choose the throw ratio necessary to suit your installation.
Answered by: Jeromy A.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Asked by: Anonymous
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Answered by: Dana G.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Hello, I was wondering if the screens develop a wave in it, after a while? We had one, tripod and after a few years, it did.Thanks
Asked by: Anonymous
Mine definitely has waves in it. Pull-down will, as far as I know, almost always develop waves unless they are tab-tensioned , which is very expensive. That being said, it's unnoticeable with the image projected. And mine might be a special case because the projector screen stayed open very often and was in front of a window
Answered by: Tam L.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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