K, I will look for more info on the CD as to the mounting holes, the only manual in the box was every language but English and on the quick start it just said see info that comes with the mount.
Tbh I was not very happy with the pq when I first connected it, I was using the component cables I had used for the 4805. I have a Yamaha S1500 going to my Onkyo 674 via component and then from the receiver to the pj. I just was not happy, the blacks were too dark, lost a lot of detail and the white was too high, almost like the contrast was way to high. After playing around a bit with a calibration disk I had the contrast down around 47 and brightness up at 58, watched one film and it looked good but then popped another in and it looked horrible. Yesterday my HDMI cable arrived, I hooked it up, set everything back to default and wow what a difference! back to that wow factor I got when I first got my 4805, the pq is fantastic, now I am VERY happy again.
I have no idea why changing the cable from the Onkyo to the pj made such a difference on this setup but I am glad it did. For anyone else who felt the IN72 was in some way lacking compared to the 4805, this may be one reason.
On another note, during my playing around with the settings I also turned off the DCDi on the DVD player, couldn’t see any difference in pq, should I have this on or off?
My setup: Yamaha S1500 ---component--- Onkyo SR674 ----- HDMI------ IN72 --------106” Dalite permwall Screen