Da-Lite 93870 Picture King Tripod Front Projection Screen (70x70")

BH #DAPKBC7070MW • MFR #93870
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Da-Lite 93870 Picture King Tripod Front Projection Screen (70x70")
Key Features
  • Tripod Screen
  • Non-Tensioned
  • Square (A/V Format)
  • 1:1 Aspect Ratio
The Dalite 70x70" Picture King Tripod Front Projection Screen is a classic. It's the famous screen we all had when we were young, stuffed in a closet and brought out when family and friends came over.

On a higher level, it's a tough, rugged and reliable screen that can be used for industry, education and learning lab use.  The heavy aluminum legs with toe release provide a sturdy and stable stance on which to project images.

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Da-Lite Picture King Overview

The Dalite 70x70" Picture King Tripod Front Projection Screen is a classic. It's the famous screen we all had when we were young, stuffed in a closet and brought out when family and friends came over.

On a higher level, it's a tough, rugged and reliable screen that can be used for industry, education and learning lab use.  The heavy aluminum legs with toe release provide a sturdy and stable stance on which to project images.

Note:
The Carpeted version of the Picture King features a soft wrapping on the case which prevents "dings" and helps protect the casing from external damage
Tried and true amateur/professional tripod screen
Screen height is adjustable to accommodate any ceiling height with self-locking extension tube and high-low case adjustment
Durable legs means this screen can withstand the rigors of daily usage
Stores easily with simple collapse mechanism
UPC: 717068931282

Da-Lite Picture King Specs

Type
StylePicture King
Front/Rear ProjectionFront
MountTripod
FinishMatte White; Black Carpeted
Tension ControlNot Applicable
Keystone ControlYes
Dimensions
Overall SizeClosed: 4 x 7.5 x 75-3/8" (10 x 19 x 192cm)
Image Size70x70" (178 x 178cm)
DiagonalNot Applicable
FormatSquare (Audio-Visual)
Aspect Ratio1:1
Masking OptionsNot Applicable
Controls
VoltageNot Applicable
Integrated ControlNot Applicable
Control OptionsNot Applicable
Casing
ColorBlack Carpeted
MaterialExtruded aluminum legs; 22 gauge octagon steel case
LengthNot Applicable
General
Shipping Weight33 lbs ( 15.0kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight29 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)84 x 9 x 6"
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what carry case do i buy with the da lite 40149
Asked by: Mike F.
Da-Lite does not offer or suggest a case for a screen this large.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-27

What is the black masking border width on the ...

What is the black masking border width on the left,right,top and bottom sides?
Asked by: Sherwyn
Top and bottom masking = 2 inches Sides masking = 2 inches
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2019-04-30

What are the differences between this and Da-Lite ...

What are the differences between this and Da-Lite 84" Versatol screen?
Asked by: Michael
Picture King is Da-Lite's flagshi, top of the line tripod screen. It is heavier, more durable, and more robustly engineered for the best performance over a longer period of time than a similar Versatol model.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2019-06-13

question

What is the gain on this screen?
Asked by: Donald Ryan M.
The gain is 1.5
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

How difficult is it to raise the screen? How many ...

How difficult is it to raise the screen? How many pieces is it? What does it look like closed for storage?
Asked by: Lisa
This is an easy product to operate. Please see the additional images on the left hand side of the web page for this item.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2019-07-25

question

What is the lowest height for the top of the screen? Will it work in a room with an 8 foot ceiling (even though I can't use the entire screen area)?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes. there is a good amount of adjustability in this unit. the bottom of the screen can be lowered as well as the mast. If you put the bottom down to the top of the legs and lower the mast to under 8' you'll end up with about a 8'x 6' screen which is close to a 16:9 image. You will lose a lot of viewable screen but you can make it work in a low ceiling room.
Answered by: Jack D.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

will this work with a short throw projector?
Asked by: Gordon
Sure. the screen doesn't care. I use my often with a short throw projector.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24

question

Is this screen good for both digital and slide projection?
Asked by: Dennis S.
Hi Dennis, Not sure why it says Matt but my name is Dave. This screen works very well for video, power point presentations. It is wide enough that you can adjust for 16:9 and 4:3 ratio. If you are asking about the old slide type projectors I'm sure that would be good also.
Answered by: Matt C.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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