Da-Lite Tensioned Large Cosmopolitan Electrol 16:10 Wide Format Projection Screen (120x192", Da-Mat)

BH #DA70272 • MFR #70272
Da-Lite
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Expected availability: 7-14 business days
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$4,136.80

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Da-Lite Tensioned Large Cosmopolitan Overview

The 120x192” Tensioned Large Cosmopolitan Electrol 16:10 Wide Format Projection Screen from Da-Lite features a smooth, white Da-Mat surface for precise image reproduction and provides a wide angle of view with minimum loss of resolution. The Da-Mat is a flexible fabric and good choice for situations with controlled ambient light and where a wide viewing angle is necessary. In addition to being flame retardant and mildew resistant, the screen surface can be easily cleaned with mild soap and water.

 The Large Cosmopolitan Electrol Screen’s tab tensioning system offers a flat viewing surface for a retractable screen. Constructed from a 2-piece,  aluminum extruded case, the Tensioned Cosmopolitan includes mounting brackets for wall or ceiling mount installations. In addition, the motor in-the-roller design ensures a silent operation, while the front access panel of the case allows easy access.

Comes with a 2-piece case (black powder coated)
Choice of 7 veneer finishes are also available (sold separately) for the front cover of the screen case for a warm, elegant look
Front projection surfaces standard with black backing for opacity
Comes with a high voltage Decora style 3-position wall switch for controlling the screen operation
GREENGUARD and GREENGUARD Children and Schools certified

Da-Lite Tensioned Large Cosmopolitan Specs

View Angle60°
Format16:10 wide
SurfaceDa-Mat
Gain1
Viewable AreaH x W: 92" (305 x 488 cm)
Diagonal Size226" (574)
Overall LengthCase: 217" (551 cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight309 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)230 x 15 x 12"
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