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Post 5 made on Friday September 11, 2020 at 20:48
Craig Aguiar-Winter
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September 2002
On September 11, 2020 at 19:51, Brad Humphrey said...
With no lens shift; make sure when you find the center of the screen on the ceiling, that you align the center of the lens and not necessarily the center of the projector. If the lens in center mounted in the projector, then it is one & the same. But if it is offset.... I've seen installers make that mistake more than a few times.

Also make sure you get your drop calculated well, so the projector lens is vertically aligned also. If you can use a pole extension with a lot of very small incremental adjustments, that is ideal when dealing with projectors like that.

Product I like:

With this pole adjustment:

And a top plate, depending on your installation.

Thanks for the reply.

The lens is off to the side and I thought about that. Thankfully this projector has vertical lens shift adjustment so I only need to nail the horizontal placement.


Last edited by Craig Aguiar-Winter on September 11, 2020 21:25.
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