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December 22, 2008
Da-Lite Introduces 3D Projector Stackers

[The following is a release from Da-Lite Screen Company]
   

Da-Lite Screen Company announces the introduction of its new 3D Projector Stackers. Constructed from a sturdy aluminum extrusion with steel projector cradles, Da-Lite’s 3D Projector Stackers are the perfect mounting solution for front or rear projection stereoscopic 3D displays. Available with two shelf sizes, either 10” x 19” or 19” x 33 ½”, the 3D Projector Stackers will accommodate the most common projectors in the market. Each unit has two cradles to mount two projectors in either a table top or inverted format. Because projector alignment is critical to an excellent 3D display, each cradle offers a host of fine tuning adjustments to make image alignment simple and efficient.






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