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Old 03-07-2012, 04:43 PM - Thread Starter
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OK guys. I'm getting ready for the HD33 and i need some advice on my prep work to try and make this a smooth installation.

Here is the breakdown

It will be a ceiling mounted projector and centered to screen.
Mount is a Atdec TH-WH-PJ-FM.
Throw distance will be 12'.9" (where old projector use to be)
110" 1.4 gain screen. Top Of Screen Display to ceiling is about a foot long not including frame.
9 foot ceilings.
Light Controlled Room.


Since the HD33 has no lens shift do you guys think this will be an easy install or do i need to make some adjustments? Would i only need to mount the projector where the old one was with the ceiling mount and adjust the image on the screen?

What do you guys think?
Thanks.
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Old 03-07-2012, 08:18 PM
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