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This probably the wrong thread, but I'm not sure where else to go. I have the Epson 5030ub. The place that installed it for me I noticed didn't have the projector square to the screen. So the left side of the image was slightly larger than the right. I was able to move the projector so it would be square and then barely use lens shift to get it back in place. So now at least the image size is correct. However, my problem is that the projector is tilted a bit. The left side is slightly higher than the right. I can hold the projector and straighten it out and it lines up absolutely perfect with my screen!... this is great... however, as soon as I let go, it goes back to being slightly off with the left side being higher than the right.

So, here is what I know which is not much. They used some Chief mount. The problem is I know nothing about this mount and how it works. The model number of the mount is RPAUW with the CMS003W extension column and the CMS101w designer plate.

Anyone here know how I can tilt my projector? I'm a wuss and don't won't to screw anything up.

Thanks,
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Sounds like you need to adjust the "roll" - just need a Philips screwdriver to adjust.
Page 7 of the manual - Manual is here: http://downloads.chiefmfg.com/MANUALS-I/RPA-I.pdf


Ahhh... maybe that is why I was having a difficult time. I wasn't doing the roll. I was adjusting the pitch. I guess I don't understand the difference between pitch and roll. I looked like to me in the manual if I wanted to raise the right side of the projector ever so slightly, that would be the pitch. It has those arrows on the right and left side of the projector on the pitch section. But maybe it is the roll I need in order to raise the right side just a bit.

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Here's a neat diagram that shows the difference between pitch, roll and yaw, all of which need to be right for perfect picture geometry/alignment and all of which, to some extent, are dependent on each other. So adjusting one often means you need to go back and adjust another, rinsing and repeating until it all clicks into place.

 



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Found a moving example on it:

http://howthingsfly.si.edu/flight-dynamics/roll-pitch-and-yaw
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Found a moving example on it:

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Hey all,
So ok, I found that I need to select "fast" instead of "fine" if I'm playing a game. I haven't tried yet, but I have a game or 2 that is capable of 3D. So, with that said, will I not be able to play these games in their 3D glory because I will have way too much input lag? I did notice that the option to change to "fast" isn't an option when in 3D mode.

Curious if any of you have tried 3D games or what you may have to do to reduce input lag in 3D.

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Good point. So can the bulb not be damaged by movement while it is lit?
Well hot glass might be more fragile, I'm not sure.
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Good point. So can the bulb not be damaged by movement while it is lit?
Well hot glass might be more fragile, I'm not sure.

 

The reason I ask is that the usual advice is never to knock or move the PJ while the lamp is lit, filament or no filament, and I was wondering why.  Maybe it is the extreme temperature that the glass reaches that is the problem as you say.



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This probably the wrong thread, but I'm not sure where else to go. I have the Epson 5030ub. The place that installed it for me I noticed didn't have the projector square to the screen. So the left side of the image was slightly larger than the right. I was able to move the projector so it would be square and then barely use lens shift to get it back in place. So now at least the image size is correct. However, my problem is that the projector is tilted a bit. The left side is slightly higher than the right. I can hold the projector and straighten it out and it lines up absolutely perfect with my screen!... this is great... however, as soon as I let go, it goes back to being slightly off with the left side being higher than the right.

So, here is what I know which is not much. They used some Chief mount. The problem is I know nothing about this mount and how it works. The model number of the mount is RPAUW with the CMS003W extension column and the CMS101w designer plate.

Anyone here know how I can tilt my projector? I'm a wuss and don't won't to screw anything up.

Thanks,
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As others said, the mount just needs to be adjusted. I usually specify the Chief RPA168 mount for this projector. It has the custom plate for the Epson and holds the projector more rigid than the RPAU. They cost the same, but when you switch to a different brand of projector, you would be required to buy a new custom plate.

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So ok, I found that I need to select "fast" instead of "fine" if I'm playing a game. I haven't tried yet, but I have a game or 2 that is capable of 3D. So, with that said, will I not be able to play these games in their 3D glory because I will have way too much input lag? I did notice that the option to change to "fast" isn't an option when in 3D mode.

Curious if any of you have tried 3D games or what you may have to do to reduce input lag in 3D.

Thanks,
Doug D.

Anyone know what the input lag is while in 3D mode? I have search and searched and all I can find is the data for input lag when in 2D with it set to "FINE" and "FAST" Frame interpolation apparently adds some lag too. Anyway, still looking to find what the lag times are in 3D.

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Does anyone know when Epson will announce their new projectors? Successor to the 5030ub?

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They will probably debut at CEDIA (trade show) in September in Denver.

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They will probably debut at CEDIA (trade show) in September in Denver.

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Sweet! I hope they do.

I am going to CEDIA for my first time this year. I'm excited to finally go to a show that is ALL about home theater. smile.gif


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I would love that. smile.gif

Not sure exactly which days I will be there. I think the registration for it opened this week. I'll let you know. smile.gif


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At the rate I'm going with my build the new models may be what I end up with. So I suppose the silver lining to me taking so long to get this done would be a better line of Projector! I guess I'm ok with that smile.gif

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At the rate I'm going with my build the new models may be what I end up with. So I suppose the silver lining to me taking so long to get this done would be a better line of Projector! I guess I'm ok with that smile.gif

That and considering when the new models are actually available, you'll have yourself a nice Christmas ( or Chanukkah ) present !!smile.gif

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Does anyone know when Epson will announce their new projectors? Successor to the 5030ub?

Any rumors of what changes might be coming? Would love power zoom and focus and lens memory for switching between 16:9 and 2.35:1
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Same here.

Probably have to wait til September before any meaty details come about.


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Same here.

Probably have to wait til September before any meaty details come about.

You'll need to wait until the week of Cedia!

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The side of my 5030 gets really hot during use.... is this normal?
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Yes, one side draws in cool air and the other side vents hot air. As long as you're not restricting the airflow to the vents it sounds normal.
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Yes, one side draws in cool air and the other side vents hot air. As long as you're not restricting the airflow to the vents it sounds normal.

Thank you. I felt the side of the demo 5030 at my local Best Buy that stays on throughout the day and it didn't seem to be as hot as my unit gets.
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The side of my 5030 gets really hot during use.... is this normal?

I've seen several 5030's, they were all the same way, the area where the lamp door is gets very warm. same on the 5020 and older 5010 models. As long as there is proper airflow around it, it should be ok. It's a little alarming at first though.


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Hello Everyone,

I posted this in the Epson 6030 thread but have not received a reply. I think this thread see more action. This is just a quick question about what HDMI cable to buy.

I am totally new to this aspect of home theater and this projector and screen combo will be my first set-up of this type. I am coming from a 60" Pioneer Kuro and moving to an Epson 6030UB projector with a 113" fixed Black Diamond screen. Where my future projector will be placed, I will need about a 30 foot HDMI cable and the one I was looking at was the Blue Jeans BJC Series 1. I emailed the company and they said it is there most reliable HDMI cable for longer runs. Now I was looking at some pictures of the ceiling mounted Epson 6030, and how the cables bend in for a clean and organized look and I am wondering if that Blue Jeans cable will be able to bend like that. The customer service guy did say that 23 AWG is a little stiff. I have no idea if it will work and don't want to spend money on something that won't work. I was also thinking about the Monoprice RedMere HDMI cable but then read about signal drop out issues.
Can someone please tell me what HDMI cable they are using?
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I am using a monoprice 35 foot 22awg cable. No problems using this cable with 4 different Pj's in the last 8 years.
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Monster cable makes these little swivel Hdmi adapters that work really well with the thicker cables.
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Thanks guys, I appreciate your help. If 22 AWG is still flexible then the Blue Jeans 23.5 AWG cable should be fine. And if not, then I might just get a couple of those Monster Cable swivel adapters. (I didn't know that stuff even existed.) This is all still new to me and your knowledge is an asset. Thank you.
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Another new owner of this fine projector! I'm pumped to get home from my trip to get it all set up. Got a pretty good deal from ABT electronics. They were a pleasure to work with and had me in and out in no time. MASSIVE store with a lot of top of the line stuff to play with. Definitely recommended!

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