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Projector Mounting

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by OneEyedStuart, Oct 9, 2004.

  1. OneEyedStuart

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    Hi,

    looking at ways to position the projector. Not too keen on a ceiling mount so thought about wall mounting it. Does anyone have any ideas on where to look for a wall mountable bracket of some description.

    Thought about putting it on a shelf at the back of the room but the depth of the shelf would be a little large.

    Any ideas would be most helpful.

    Many thanks
    Keith Hurst
     
  2. Bristol Pete

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    www.unicol.com

    I used a unicol G3 gyrolock in the same way that you suggest. They are designed as ceiling mounts but you can flip them and fix them to a wall. They are heavy duty too and very well built. Dont forgot the mounting plate.............

    I note that you have an AE700. This would be good as you can use the lens shift to raise the height as you dont want to walk into one of these. Oh and you can also run your wiring in the mount when inverted.

    Hope this helps.

    Cap :)
     
  3. theritz

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    Or you could check out This DIY Solution - it's on the second page of this forum.............

    Sean G.
     
  4. OneEyedStuart

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    Many thanks for you replies guys. After doing some research on here it looks like the diy road for me.

    Keith
     
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    Its a LOT cheaper
     

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