FS: Da-lite High Contrast Screen Material

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  1. Ron Boster

    Ron Boster Screenwriter

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    I have Da-lite's High Contrast screen material for sale. The size is 106" diag. This item is less than a year old and in mint condition. The material has snaps on the back, but I would assume one could add velcro to mount on a frame.

    Here's what Da-lite says about the material:

    High Contrast

    With a special gray surface, this screen material is designed for use with today's high output LCD, DLP, and D-ILA projectors,. By lowering the black levels of the projector's video image, this surface creates a more file-like image and is a good choice when video is the main source of projected information. This screen surface is best used when there is a good control of ambient lighting and a moderatly wide viewing angle is desired.
    Gain 0.8 Viewing Angle 45°

    I'm asking $275 delivered. I have all the original packing materials (which is important to maintain the integrity of the material).

    Thanks for Looking
    Ron Boster

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  2. MikeN

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    Do you have a little more information? Is this the HCCV material? 106" at 16:9 or 4:3? Is it just the raw screen material with snaps, or is there a frame? Do you know the overall dimensions from edge to edge?
     
  3. Ron Boster

    Ron Boster Screenwriter

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    Thanks for your interest:

    1)It is not HCCV (high contrast cinema vision) material.

    It is HC (high contrast)

    2)It is 106" 16x9 screen. I think the from edge to edge is 54" x 94", with 52x92 actual screen (two inch border). I'll verify it tonight (it could be 55x95-with three inch border).

    3)This is an ad for screen (material) only(I wanted to make sure no one assumes a frame is included in the sale). I bought the frame and screen together. I'm keeping the frame and selling the screen.

    Thanks for your questions.
     
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    Are the snaps on the front, or on the back side? Which specific frame do you have? I'm VERY interested.
     
  5. Ron Boster

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    Mike: The snaps are on the front (facing the out towards the frame). I have the cinema contour frame, but I would assume it would work on the basic da-snap frames too. I sold some screen material last month that I used on both the da-snap frame and the contour frame.

    Ron

    PS: Just a gentle reminder to all interested parties, this a sale for the screen only....does not include a frame.
     
  6. MikeN

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    Doh... I misread your earlier response. It's HC, not HCCV. Thanks anyhow.
     
  7. Ron Boster

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    $210 delivered to lower 48 states. Last price break before it goes to ebay.
     

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