The Fast-Fold Deluxe Screen System from Da-Lite is constructed of sturdy 1.25" (3.2 cm) square aluminum tubing and feature easy release latches for simple, quick set up and tear down of the screen.
When you don't have room for a permanently installed screen, the Fast-Fold system is the answer. It stores in a rugged storage case which also serves well when you are travelling. It's great for getting through airports or when you need to throw the whole thing in the back seat of a car (or trunk). The screen assembles easily and with a minimum of fuss.
The tab-tensioning feature assures a flat, undistorted image. The back of the screen is designed with additional bracing to promote an even flatness to the screen surface. When this is achieved, the projected image appears more professional leaving less room for your audience to be distracted by a potentially skewed image.
How do you rear project through a black backed ...
How do you rear project through a black backed projection screen?
Asked by: Jennifer
Dual Vision is a flexible vinyl surface ideal for rear projection, but capable of both front and rear projection. Dual Vision is ideal for video projection under controlled ambient light conditions. With an exceptionally wide viewing cone and light gray tint, a sharp image with no color shift is observed regardless of location in the room. Seamless in any width up to 16' in height. Dual Vision can be cleaned with mild soap and water, is flame retardant and mildew resistant.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2019-06-25
How are the legs that come with this projector? Sturdy?
Asked by: Kayleigh N.
The legs are more than sturdy and robust enough to support the screen.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-27
In the description is says the screen is ...
In the description is says the screen is tensioned, so is it completely flat with no wrinkles or bends so that it work with a short throw projector?
Asked by: Rocky
Yes it is tensioned with no wrinkles and will work with a short-throw projector.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2020-02-05
Is the case really 80 lbs? Wouldn't that make it hard to lift into and out of a car?
Asked by: Anonymous
It's heavy but not impossible. You may need someone to help you though. I'm tall (6'3 ) so it's not too bad, but because of it's size it can be more awkward than anything.It's quite large, so it might not fit into your car (like the back seat). I usually load it into a van or SUV. You can roll it up to the back, lean it forward a bit so it's resting on the bumper, then lift from the bottom to tilt and slide it into the vehicle.To get it back out, just pull it out and rest the bottom on the ground, then pull back from the top to get it into standing position. Then wheel it wherever.Pretty lightweight for the size though, while still being sturdy.