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Da-Lite Parallax Stratos Screens Appear to Float Magically at InfoComm 2019

Booth 2500 – At the Da-Lite booth, a brand of Legrand AV, Wendy Cox shows AV Nation’s Phil Cordell their new Parallax Stratos, a thin screen mounted with Wireline Advantage technology. With Wireline, the housing stays concealed in the ceiling, with the screen dropping down on thin wire cable. With the illusion that the screen is floating, the form factor allows for integration into modern, sleek environments with all the functionality you’ve come to expect from Da-Lite.

The Fast-Fold Deluxe product line also has some significant upgrades. The design is streamlined so that everything needed for screen management lives on the product, eliminating the need for extra hardware. Additionally, the screen itself has been upgraded to improve the viewing angles, color consistency and depth of the image.

For more information on Parallax or Fast-Fold Deluxe, go to the Da-Lite website. To see AV Nation’s recent coverage of Da-Lite, click here.

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