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Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by mcmullanbrush, Jun 15, 2002.

  1. mcmullanbrush

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    I have had a projector stand made for the panasonic ae 100 i have on order.
    Problem is, because i have never owned a projector before i assumed that the best height for it would be the middle of the screen, so i had the stand made to that height ( the screen position cannot be changed in any way)
    I have now found out that the projector should be level with the bottom of the screen. this is a difference of about 24 inches.
    I understand that keystone correction can solve this but have been advised to avoid it if i can.
    Other than having another stand built, is there an easy solution to this ??

    Grateful for any help:)
     
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    Can't you just saw a bit of the bottom? :D Or extend the stand somehow, and hang the projector upside down from it? Maybe you should post a picture of the stand.

    On the other hand, if you think about it, it would be seriously inconvenient if a PJ projected its image straight in front. With the short throw of the ae100, the PJ would be in front of your face :confused:
     
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    The correct position for the AE100 would be 10cm above the edge of the screen.
    Thats how it projects the image.
     

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