Okay, we made a stand for the Vutec this afternoon. So I need some figures on the appropriate tilting angle and the throwdistance. Just turned on the old Sony KP-7220 PSE (had to put an evelope over the sensor to keep the light from turning on;-)), expected the screen would be hanging to high, as it would be somewhat possible to lower the support brackets without removing the screen, but would be next to impossible to increase the height with the screen hanging in the brackets. However, as it turns out the screen would need to be lowered even more than I expected.
And I only have just over a foot (32/33 centimeter) before the bottom of the screen will hit the bracing (I had told my welder, to put them on the back, but did he listen;-), so I thought to better leave it, this afternoon).
The top of the unconverged image is just above the middle of screen. When I lower it by a foot, the bottom of the image would probably just hit the bottom of the screen, so I would need to adjust the height or the angle op the projector.
The Sony 1001 is sitting on top of a little formica kitchentable at the moment, so that would need to be lowered or the screen would need to rise.
So, what are the rough throwangles and distances for the old KP, and most of all how do I open it to get to the convergence settings?
Now back to the original topic of this thread, I agree the ceiling on that 'Titanic' room is nice.