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post #1 of 3 Old 08-02-2013, 11:59 AM - Thread Starter
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I have 20'+ ceiling loft and will have a 128" screen on one wall, and the opposite wall I will be wall mounting the Epson 3020 and the wall is 17' away from the screen. I am new to this and the throw calcs are "throwing" me for a loop. Is this a feasible setup? I would hate to start hanging everything if this projector is not capable of projecting a 128" image from about 16-16.5' away. Thank you!
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For a 128" screen, the Epson 3020 would need to be a minimum of 12.5 feet from the screen and a max of 20.2 feet. It appears that you have the room so go for it!
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