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Originally Posted by Q8472
So I test-installed my PT AT6000 and ended up with a problem.
I am making a scope screen for CIH setup and trying to determine the best position for it. The PJ is set up as a desk model, but stands high on a mount, just below my soffit.
I've been struggling all afternoon trying to get both scope and 16/9 content onto the same screen and failing.
After trying everyting with zoom and V-position and V-area position, I placed the projector a lot lower and had no problem at all anymore putting both scope and 16/9 content onto the same screen.
So the question is, if I want to place my PJ beneath my soffit, do I have to ceiling mount it (upside down) and set it up that way,to get both 16/9 and 2:35/1 onto the same CIH screen?
I added some pics to clarify my situation
temp screenwall (the screen has been replaced 4" up)
Soffit with the PJ mount top right hand corner
Thanks in advance for your thoughts on this
I had my projector sitting temporarily in table top position on my rear wall until recently, when I flipped it upside down and, mounted it Just below our soffit... So the answer to your question is no it is not required to mount it upside down to get multiple aspect ratios.
Denon 4520ci, (3) JBL 2360As/EV DHA-1s, (3) 1/4 Pie bass bins, MiniDSP 2x4s, (4) Klipsch HIPs, (2) Klipsch KP3002s, PS3, XBox 360, (3) Intel NUCs, Monoprice Redmere, Monster HTPS7000, 2 SUPER SPUD subs, Panasonic AE8000us SeymourAV 180 (195" diagonal) scope screen, Yamaha P7000s (for the subs), (2) Yamaha P2500s amps for the front (3) bass bins.