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HS20 Ceiling Mounts

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by sneaky, Feb 17, 2004.

  1. sneaky

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    Hi Guys,

    Just about to mount my HS20 (so to speak).

    Just wondering which mounts the other HS20 guys are using.

    Chris
     
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    My brother-in-law fabricated a nice mounting braket. Stainless steel & chrome plated. Does the job perfectly & looks good.

    Many here do likewise - home made mounts. Also try Uvem & LMP. Details on top of the HCPC forum.

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    Cheers Kramer
     
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    Do you chaps (HS20 owners) mount the projector to ensure zero keystone correction? I am having to ceiling mount mine too - I'd hoped the throw would be long enough to keep the image down to a 7' screen, but its slightly over, so I will bring the pj forwards and ceiling mount. I can mount it very close to the ceiling (ht 8'), but will need to use a fair degree of KT correction, alternatively, at about 18' low 0 KT correction.

    Cheers
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  5. sneaky

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    Are you sure you can mount i close to the ceiling - especially an 8ft ceiling.

    Dont use the KS if you can help it.

    I think the top of the lens has to be inline with the top of your screen. If you mount it too high you will have a crick in the neck.
     

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