Da -Lite Adds Studio Electrol® to Large Venue Electric Screen Line

The Studio Electrol® is the latest addition to Da-Lite's extensive line of motorized projection screens.

The Studio Electrol® is the latest addition to Da -Lite's extensive line of motorized projection screens. With an aluminum extruded case, a grey finish and screen sizes up to 32' in width, the Studio Electrol® is ideal for large screen applications including auditoriums, stages, arenas and multi -purpose rooms. For ease of operation, the Studio Electrol® includes a radio frequency remote control and a three position wall switch. Thanks to adjustable mounting brackets, wall or ceiling installation of the Studio Electrol® is straightforward. The projection screen surface is centered in the screen housing. Available with Matte White and Perforated Matte White fabrics.


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Founded in 1909, Da -Lite Screen Company is the leading producer of high quality commercial and residential projection screens worldwide. With headquarters in Warsaw, Indiana and additional operations in the U.S. and Europe, Da -Lite manufactures projection screens and accessories to Fortune 500 companies, entertainment and major broadcast networks, education systems and governments around the globe. Today Da -Lite's proprietary screen technologies are specified for the most demanding installations from military training simulators to boardrooms and classrooms to home theaters. Da -Lite has become the "First Name in Projection Screens." For more information, visit Da -lite.com.

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