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post #1261 of 1267 Old 10-12-2006, 10:13 AM - Thread Starter
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Heh ... Besides some broken bones I am doing great. Someone told me that soccer wasnt a contact sport..

I still have some of the SP4805 mounts left. I am pondering about continuing with the production of more of these mounts at the moment. I just can't produce them without a fairly hefty price increase due to the exchange fluctuation predominately. Most people won't understand a price hike.

With any projector if there is enough people that go to an alternate projector I can get some of the new plates made up if there is an interest. The cnc machined arms are the costliest part of the mount not the plates. As some are aware I was only doing these as a favor to predominately AVS members and my main business is with the sale of AV gear.

I am extremely busy with other business items but will start looking back in here occasionally and always answer my email. If you need parts or mods please email me robert@digital-visions.ca

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Nice to see you are back Robert - are you not calling Hooterville home anymore?
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Bent ... people got disappointed whey they didnt see uncle joe at the shootouts
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Robert, After reading all the other members rave about the mount from you, I'm definitely interested in a wall mount for SP4805. I can't go ceiling mount, and will have to do a back wall mount. Can you or someone please let me know how many inches would the lens be once I attach it to the mount? The SP4805 itself is 12", add 2" as room for cables at the back and that makes it 14". how many more inches does the mount add or would it be covered in the above 14" - my room is kinda small (10'x11' with 8' ceiling height).
Thanx much for your help folks
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Update - got the mount in time, thanx to Robert for answering all questions, and for timely delivery. This is a ver nice mount, and leaves you with no questions on its strength or looks.
Thanx Robert!!
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Robert, sent you an email....
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Curious if anyone has modified this mount at all to fit a new projector?

I just upgraded to an IN72 and would like to continue to use this mount, but trying to figure out a way to attach this plate to it...any thoughts?


UPDATE: For future reference, in case anyboyd is wondering I was able to successfully modify this mount to fit the IN72. I simply drilled some holes that matched the holes in the plate.
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