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post #1 of 12 Old 10-05-2002, 09:36 PM - Thread Starter
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I got requests for some pix of the 75U in action. I don;t have an elaborate digital camera, only 1.3 megapixel and I had to shrink the pix. Keep this in mind when viewing them. I'm still waiting for my carpet for my basement to arrive, so pardon the boxes and stuff.

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How much did you pay for Dalite Model B screen ???


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Scott:

Love the picture of your DIY mount. Can you give me some basic terms so that if I go down to my local Home Depot, I know what parts to ask for?

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Very cool. Thank-you for posting that. The pictures look great. Your setup is cool. The reason I am considering a 75U over an AE100/200/300 or the Sanyo is because I might be able to get the 75U for work/business and pay for it partly for work. I just don't know if taking it down and bringing places will be useful. Perhaps its just a hairbrained idea to get more out of the projector and to justify getting one. Also, the 4:3 would be useful for watching TV for now. Do you watch any 4:3 material with the 75u?
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Its not really a DYI mount. I bought a Chief ceiling plate, but bought the pipe and floor plate from Lowes. They were about $3.00 total, and Chiel wanted about $30.00 for a pipe and a ceiling mount. The plate wasn't cheap at $149.00. I don;t watch a whole lot of 4:3, but when I do, I set the 75U to display the 4:3 picture in the middle of a 16:9 "box." - its called 4:3s mode.


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I would buy the 75u over the AEs because the res in 16x9 at 1024x575 is still higher so why even monkey around with the lower res projectors!
and besides I watch a lot of 4x3 stuff (tv-full screen dvd). and who wants those black anyways?

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