Cover for a Celing Mounted Barco Cine 7

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by sijones, Nov 27, 2001.

  1. sijones

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    Does anyone know of an off the shelf cover for a ceiling mounted Barco Cine 7? Something similar to the cover shown in the Barco brouchure would be ideal.

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    Get a small boat and cut it in half. I've seen this cover it is massive.

    For those who haven't


    Without extra ventilation that projector is not going to behave.
     
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    Roland,

    Thanks for your unhelpful reply.
     
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    I appologise.

    I have never come across a company that makes bespoke CRT enclosures. The one in the brochure was I belive fashoned for Barco but they never took up the idea. I am not even aware of a company that makes enclosures for lamped projectors.

    I was serious about the air flow though. If a CRT projector is allowed to get too hot or has substatial changes in temperature then it will drift and lose convergence.

    The joke about the boat was to give you some idea how big that enclosure really is.

    The picture in the brochure is old and I think you'll find that is a Barco 708 maybe even a 701.
     

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