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Founded in 1909 by Adele De Berri, the inventor of the Silver Screen, Da-Lite is the leading producer of high quality commercial and residential projection screens globally. With headquarters in Warsaw, Indiana, and additional operations in the U.S. and Europe, Da-Lite manufactures and provides projection surfaces, screens, and accessories to organizations and venues around the world. 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 offers a robust array of projection screens to meet any application. Their in-house team of chemists and optic technicians formulate surfaces to preserve, and in some cases enhance, every pixel projected resulting in expert clarity, rich contrast, vivid color, and brightness.
Da-Lite’s latest innovations include:
- Screens for 4K and HD projection
- Fast-Fold Portable Screens
- IDEA and Parallax for interactive or high ambient light environments
- Custom capabilities to fit your exact needs
For more than 100 years, Da-Lite has been dedicated to providing the very best service in the industry. Their dedicated customer care team is ready to help with any of your needs at a moment’s notice. They also have specialists dedicated to helping with bid requests and special projects.
Another service that sets Da-Lite apart is the custom Design Center. From brainstorm to build, their custom-tailored service turns your idea into a reality. A Design Center Coordinator provides white glove customer service ensuring the best experience. A talented team of engineers transforms your vision into a working blueprint and collaborates with their manufacturing team to make sure it is built to your specifications and delivered on time. Some of the greatest installations in the world have come through the Da-Lite Design Center.
Da-Lite was founded with the invention of the Silver Screen during the second Industrial Revolution. It was a time when art and culture flourished, and was transformed into many different styles. Thomas Edison’s first motion picture camera was developed when George Eastman perfected the first commercial transparent roll film. Chicago had an infant motion picture industry, and Adele De Berri recognized the need for the third piece of the equation.
Adele De Berri was an enterprising 24-year-old young woman and the inventor of the Silver Screen. At a time when businesswomen were rare and couldn’t vote, Adele established Da-Lite – a business that would survive the Great Depression, world wars, and multiple recessions. Over 100 years later, with an in-house team of chemists, they remain committed to improving surface formulations to ensure the best surface for projection technology today and in the future.
3100 North Detroit Street
Warsaw, IN 46582