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07-10-12 06:04 PM
mechman
Re: Da-Lite Da-Mat Material Thickness

I do not have the HCCV material but I do have the Cinema Vision material. It is thicker than the Da-Mat material. The Da-Mat is similar to a lot of other materials. While the CV and HCCV are similar to Da-Lite's high end materials that are not all vinyl - including the High Power, the Pearl, etc.

Any properly made screen material/frame should not have waves. If it does, I would think Da-Lite would go out of their way to make it right for you.
07-10-12 04:26 PM
dermeister
Re: Da-Lite Da-Mat Material Thickness

Thanks, that would be great!
07-10-12 09:23 AM
mechman
Re: Da-Lite Da-Mat Material Thickness

I think the Da-Mat is a little bit thinner. I'll check later today if you'd like me to.
07-09-12 05:15 PM
dermeister
Da-Lite Da-Mat Material Thickness

After chatting to an online representative from Da-Lite and not being able to get an answer, I hope that somebody here can help me. I would like to know if the Da-Mat material has the same thickness as the Cinema Vision/High Contrast Cinema Vision. I have samples of both of those and they seem much more sturdy and probably less prone to waves in comparison to the Elite Cinema White and Draper XT1000V.

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