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Howdy all,

Hopefully this is the right place to post this... If not, feel free to have it moved.

The church my parents go to is looking to get a projector and screen setup to use for their services. We're looking for some advice on how to best set it up.
The main area is quite large and they are looking to just use one projector.

Floorplan (screen would be near the red line): https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1787993/CUMC_floorplan.JPG
Pic from back looking forward (screen would be around where the chairs are): https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1787993/CUMC_pic1.JPG
Pic showing the ceiling and general area: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1787993/CUMC_pic2.JPG
Pic from the front looking back. Very blurry. There's a balcony there but it's around 50 feet from front to back so I doubt putting a projector there would work: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1787993/CUMC_pic3.JPG

We're guessing the projector would have to go on a really long ceiling mount which would look silly sticking down in the middle of the room. Not sure if somethign can be mounted to one of the ceiling beams (see Pic 2) as it's be really angled down.

Anyone have any suggestions, advice, etc?

Thanks.


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