Da-Lite 79860 Model C Front Projection Screen (84x84")

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Da-Lite 79860 Model C Front Projection Screen (84x84")
Key Features
  • Wall or Ceiling Mounted
  • Non-Tensioned
  • 119" Diagonal
  • Square (Audio-Visual) Format
The Da-Lite 84x84" Model C Front Projection Screen is a perfect choice for either a large lecture or seminar hall, or conference/training room. The screen is designed for heavy use and features lubricated steel ball bearings for a smooth operating system. The screen is accessed via a pull cord.
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Da-Lite Model C Overview

The Da-Lite 84x84" Model C Front Projection Screen is a perfect choice for either a large lecture or seminar hall, or conference/training room. The screen is designed for heavy use and features lubricated steel ball bearings for a smooth operating system. The screen is accessed via a pull cord.

The CSR mechanism was designed to provide a smooth and safe way for the screen to be retracted into its case. This kind of consistent operation ensures a longer life for the screen. Screens with CSR must be fully extended since there are no intermediate stopping positions. Floating brackets are available separately which enable the screen to be aligned left and right when either wall or ceiling mounted.

Heavy Duty Construction
Permanently lubricated steel ball bearings combined with nylon bushings and heavy duty spring assembly offers smooth operation even in demanding applications
Optional Left/Right Alignment
Optional floating-mount brackets enable the Model C to be aligned left or right after installation by releasing two sets of screws when either wall or ceiling mounted
UPC: 717068480964

Da-Lite Model C Specs

Type
SeriesModel C
Front/Rear ProjectionFront
StyleCeiling, Wall
Packaging Info
Package Weight49.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)94 x 8 x 6"

Da-Lite Model C Reviews

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How much black drop on the top of the screen does ...

How much black drop on the top of the screen does it have?
Asked by: Kyle
The standard is 2" drop. However it can be ordered with more, up to a total of 156" with the screen. So an extra 67" more drop can be added.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-04-17

Do you need the optional wall mount brackets to ...

Do you need the optional wall mount brackets to install this screen to the wall?
Asked by: Kyle
You do not need extra wall brackets. The screen comes with a ring hook on each end to hang.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-04-17

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does this come with a base?
Asked by: Anonymous
It does not include a base. You will need to purchase Da-Lite Floor Stand 40959 separately, which is B&H #DAFSMC.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

I am looking for a screen to fill a 9 x 14 space. ...

I am looking for a screen to fill a 9 x 14 space. This looks like a great option but want to be sure I can pull it down only partially and still have it lock in place?
Asked by: jody
To Open Screen Protect Your Screen To Re-Roll Your Picture Surface The Model C operates on the same principle as a window shade. Pull down about 4 inches to disengage the locking dog and start the fabric up firmly and quickly. Large picture surfaces are heavy and will start up too slowly to prevent the locking dog from catching unless help is provided, so keep picture surface moving briskly. Should the locking dog catch, pull the picture surface down about 4 inches and start the surface up rapidly. However, do not permit the picture surface to roll up uncontrolled, particularly the last few feet. Allowing the bottom slat to strike the case uncontrolled may result in severe damage to your screen. Use the cord provided for control.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2019-07-25

Can this screen be used for a 16:9 image or does ...

Can this screen be used for a 16:9 image or does it have to be 4:3?
Asked by: Nicholas
It is made for a 4:3 ratio. If using 16:9, you would not be able to fill the screen. Also picture being smaller.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-03-20
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