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11HT : keystone & aspect ratio

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by zcaps57, Jan 15, 2002.

  1. zcaps57

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    Hello. :)
    I've read some where which says...

    "Though you can correct for the keystoning induced by inclining the projector from the horizontal, there is no way to maintain the original aspect ratio. The more you deviate from horizontal, the taller the image becomes."

    My 11HT is ceiling mounted, and it is little bit higher than my screen, so my keystone value is -14 at the moment.

    Am I missing the original aspect ratio? Do I have to lower the projector at exactly same level as top of my screen?

    Is this one everyone's setups are like ??

    Any info, comments would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks.
     
  2. LV426

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    I'm assuming the VW11 is the same as the VW10 in this respect.

    When I adjust keystone correction the picture height DOES reduce slightly. Without measuring it, it APPEARS to do so by the correct amount.
     
  3. leon

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    i have my 11ht just above the screen .i have keystone on at -8 .a usefull little gadget in the service menu called (blanking ) brings a straight edge to either the top sides or bottom to make a better fit on your screen ,
     
  4. zcaps57

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    Thanks for the reply guys.

    The picture fits my entire screen perfectly. :)

    11HT rocks! :D
     

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