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Da-Lite Tensioned Cosmopolitan Electrol Projection Screen Review

by October 29, 2009
Da-Lite Tensioned Cosmopolitan Electrol Projection Screen

Da-Lite Tensioned Cosmopolitan Electrol Projection Screen

  • Product Name: Tensioned Cosmopolitan Electrol Projection Screen
  • Manufacturer: Da-Lite
  • Performance Rating: StarStarStarStarhalf-star
  • Value Rating: StarStarStarhalf-star
  • Review Date: October 29, 2009 07:50
  • MSRP: $ 1,697+ (as tested $3,031)
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Pros

  • Great picture
  • Lots of options
  • Floating bracket makes installation and setup a breeze

Cons

  • Not cheap
  • Screen doesn't completely retract

Introduction

While it may be hard for some enthusiasts to get excited about a projection screen, the fact is that they can play a huge part in making (or breaking) your viewing experience. The Da-Lite Tensioned Cosmopolitan Electrol screen was quiet, wrinkle and blemish free, and frankly a breeze to set up. With the number of options at your fingers and Da-Lite's ability to provide custom screens in short order, they are a company that we have no problems recommending.

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About the author:

As Associate Editor at Audioholics, Tom promises to the best of his ability to give each review the same amount of attention, consideration, and thoughtfulness as possible and keep his writings free from undue bias and preconceptions. Any indication, either internally or from another, that bias has entered into his review will be immediately investigated. Substantiation of mistakes or bias will be immediately corrected regardless of personal stake, feelings, or ego.

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Recent Forum Posts:

ratso posts on December 03, 2009 20:13
hey tom, i think i heard you mention on AVRant that you got a whole new projector system set-up. as i am probably not the only one out here thinking about doing the same, how about audioholics doing a tutorial on setting one up - what to look for in a projector, screen, what size, lumens needed, etc. the whole shebang?
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