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Heathrow show Infocus 4805 and 7205

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by oaklandraiders, Sep 24, 2004.

  1. oaklandraiders

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    Both setup in same room, couldnt see any rainbows.
    4805 looked fantastic for the money, 7205 was nicer, smoother picture, but £1300 vs £5000 I know which one I'd get.

    John
     
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    Does anyone know if the 4805 can be positioned 'Off-centre'? I've looked at the InFocus site and their Data Sheet but can't find anything regarding image positioning in this way. The shape of my room dictates that to get maximum throw distance I need to position the project slightly to one side of the room (this is due to a stairwell opening which takes out a chunk of ceiling at the back of the room). The ceiling is approx 96" wide, therefore, I would need to ceiling mount the projector approx 30" from one wall meaning it would be approx 18" Off Centre. Can this projector be installed in this way, allowing for the image to be centred on the wall it is projecting onto? If not, then are there any projectors that can? Failing that, my only alternative is to move the projector forward on the ceiling, allowing it to be centred but in doing so decreasing it's throw distance by 36" (3ft) to 10ft which is a 38"x67" max screen, as opposed to 47"x84" - quite a difference.
     

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