I've had my Ampro 3600 for a few years now, and haven't had any problems with it in ages. Now I'm looking to make myself some trouble I guess.
The room I have set up is a bit awkward for mounting. It has a vaulted ceiling tapering down in height towards the screen. When I mounted the projector I ended up attaching it to the underside of a shelf at the high end, which made it close to regular ceiling height. However, it's always been too far away from the screen, causing me to run it at near minimum height and width. I'd like to fix that, so that I can get closer to the full potential of the projector.
I've seen vaulted ceiling adapters, like this one,
but don't know if they'd handle the weight, perhaps with more than one?
I've also thought about getting a local guy to weld something up to adapt the ceiling angle to flat, and working from there.
Unfortunately, I believe I'll need to drop a couple feet in addition to the angle problem, so stability is also a concern.
Has anyone mounted a CRT on a vaulted ceiling? Any tips or other ideas?