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post #1 of 2 Old 07-06-2012, 01:33 PM - Thread Starter
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Can anyone direct me to a cost effective ceiling mount for the JVC rs45? I will need a pole extension, 18 inch I believe also

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Don't know if it is cost effective enough for you, but i would look at the Chief RPA281 mount. The nice thing about this mount is the ability to lock it into position, so that the projector holds its registration. You can also quick release the projector from the mount, for lamp changes or cleaning if wanted. Then just pop the projector back onto the mount and your registration is still there. Also if you buy another projector, you can buy a new plate to fit, rather than buying a new mount and you will be able to have the same features that you would be enjoying with the RPA281. Most of the cheap universal mounts will not fit the RS45 and they certainly do not do as good of a job for mounting. If you have some specific questions, shoot us an email.


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