About the Da-Lite Perm-Wall 83408
If you have a projector and sufficient wall space, a fixed-frame screen like this Da-Lite Perm-Wall model can provide outstanding picture quality.
The sturdy aluminum frame assembles easily in minutes without tools. By attaching the screen to the frame with the provided snaps, the screen is stretched flat to provide a smooth, uniform surface for the projected image. The frame's black powder-coat finish looks stylish, while also concealing projector overshoot and boosting the visual punch.
This screen features Da-Lite's smooth, white Da-Mat® surface. It ensures accurate image reproduction, and provides an exceptionally wide angle of view with little loss of resolution. Da-Mat is a great choice for situations where you can control your room's ambient light, and where a wide viewing angle is necessary.
No hardware is included for mounting the frame to the wall.
- 92" diagonal image size (16:9 viewing area)
- viewing area: 80"W x 45"H
- designed for use with HD projectors
- Da-Mat® surface with screen gain of 1.0
- optimal viewing angle range is 60° half-angle, 120° total
- 1" aluminum frame with anti-reflective black powder-coat finish
- vinyl screen material is durable and easy to clean
- screen ships unassembled; requires basic hand tools to put together
- no hardware is included for mounting the frame to the wall
- overall dimensions: 84"W x 49"H
- made in USA
- warranty: 5 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # 83408
Da-Lite Perm-Wall 83408 reviews
Easy to assemble, takes less than 30 min; unfortunately it does not come with the mounting brackets/hardwares. In addition to providing provision for mounting from four corners, there should also be a provision to support at the middle of top and bottom frames as it bends slightly. Product is good and meets my expectations.
Pros: Easy to assemble; quality of screen is good
Cons: No mounting brackets/hardware; should have a provision to support middle of top and bottom frames in order to prevent them from bending
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I installed this screen in my home theater room. It was very easy to install it and to make it level. The only thing to be aware of is that you have to drill your own holes through the aluminum frame. I had to go buy a set of bits that would drill through the metal. However, this also makes it incredibly easy to get the screen centered on your wall. When I first opened the box and saw the screen, i was concerned that it would have wrinkles. This is not the case. The screen installs very tightly onto the frame and looks amazing. It fits my projector perfectly and is a great addition to my home theater.
Pros: Easy to install, looks great.
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More details on the Da-Lite Perm-Wall 83408
Overview: The Da-Lite Perm-Wall is a fixed frame, non-retractable projection screen, designed to be permanently mounted to a wall or in a wall opening. It has a black, powder-coated aluminum frame that provides a perfectly flat viewing surface for graphic and data video projection. It comes with the Da-Mat screen fabric.
Viewing Area: The screen has a 92" (diagonal) viewing area with a 16:9 aspect ratio, perfect for viewing your HDTV programs and movies. The viewing area is 45" high and 80" wide.
Screen Surface: The Da-Mat screen surface is a smooth, white material which gives you precise images and a wide viewing angle (+/-60° from center). It has a gain factor of 1.0, which means the amount of light projected on the screen is returned to the viewer at the same brightness. Da-Mat is ideal for situations with controlled ambient light, and where a wide viewing angle is required. The screen surface is washable with mild soap and water, flame retardant, and mildew resistant.
Installation: This Da-Lite projection screen is designed to be permanently wall-mounted. The frame requires assembly using the plastic corner brackets and supplied hardware. The assembled frame should be fastened to the wall with appropriate fasteners for the type of wall construction. No hardware is included for mounting the frame to the wall. After mounting the frame, the viewing surface is snapped onto the frame.
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