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Projector Mount Sony PSS 610

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by gjc-ortho, Jul 18, 2004.

  1. gjc-ortho

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    Hello all,

    Has anybody got the above and if so, any help greatly appreciated!!

    I've just moved house and was about to mount the PJ but the bloody pole is too long!!!!!!!

    I haven't got the shorter of the two central poles but thats the one I need.

    Now I've got two options:

    1. See if anybdy out there has one of the shorter poles they're willing to part with

    Or

    2. Make my own.

    So, if anybody has got one they don't need please let me know. However if someone out there has one but doesn't want to sell it would it be possible to get the measurements of where all the holes are. Also, if anyone has any suggestions where to get a piece of metal pole from that to would be great.

    Here's hoping.

    Cheers all
     
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    Can't help with the poles, but Gary Lightfoot has an excellent diy mount for about £13.00 which seems better than the Sony one, see 'Another cheap diy mount' thread a few pages back

    Failing that I made one for not much more than £35.

    Gives a close to ceiling fix for modern low ceiling houses

    Good luck
     
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    Please......
     
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    Any suggestions?
     
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    Can no one help? :(
     
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    I would cut down your existing pole to size.

    Jeff
     
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    Has crossed my mind, but the bloody holes seem to be in random places on the pole and I'd end up having to cut through one!

    The measurements from someone with an existing "short pole" would help a lot.

    Cheers all
     
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    Have a word with Bob Wheeler at Marata Vision. He may be able to help.
    email bob@marata.co.uk

    Jeff
     

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