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positioning projector

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by aarons, Aug 29, 2004.

  1. aarons

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    currently have pta 100 on a shelf unit from floor at correct height for no keystone.would like to mount from ceiling top of screen is 500mm fro ceiling so meaning quite a drop for projector.wife does not like idea.would like to suspend projector no more than 200mm from ceiling.i presume would have to tilt projector quite a bit.anyone use keystone to this extent and how much does it affect picture.may be thinking of upgrade at some time any tips would be welcome
     
  2. theritz

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    If you mount the projector 200mm from the ceiling it will be 300mm above the level of the top of the screen. To see if you'd be happy with the effect of the amount of Keystone required, position the projector 300mm below the level of the botom of the screen (on a coffee table/whatever) and adjust it so that you get a picture with vertical sides. Then you'll see how much Keystone would be required and whether you think the picture is degraded. Generally, Keystone does disort and degrade the picture, but it depends on how much you use and whther you're picky/sensitive about the effect.

    BTW, did you write telegrams as a profession in a previous life?.............. unique posting style.... :D

    Sean G.
     

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