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Old 08-12-2012, 09:08 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi guys,
I'm hoping you guys can give me a bit of advice we have a epsom projector at church which shines onto the front facing walk for people to sing the words from .

I want to connect a monitor facing the opposite way for the singers to read from in a desperate attempt to get rid of the 100 sheets of paper and music stands

Would 1 or 2 19" monitors be big enough to see to read the words from I guess they will be 4-5 ft away
Thanks for your help
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Old 08-13-2012, 08:43 AM
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You could make the words large enough for a person to read from 4' to 5' away, but I think you would be better off with larger monitors.

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Our band uses stands. The like to see the notes and chords plus the written notes to themselves made during practice.

That said we also have a 10 or 12 ft diag screen on the back wall for the words and sermon power point slides.

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