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I'm confused on the distance/throw the Mitsubishi HD100U uses?

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I currently have an X1. Will I be able to put the mitsubishi in the same spot? I have it sitting on a table around 14 feet away, and about 2 1/2 feet high..... I'm just really confused... Does this projector not have any adjustments what so ever? Help would be appreciated... thanks
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Per Kevinsh you can find the Mitsubishi throw distance calculator here:
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I currently have an X1. Will I be able to put the mitsubishi in the same spot? I have it sitting on a table around 14 feet away, and about 2 1/2 feet high..... I'm just really confused... Does this projector not have any adjustments what so ever? Help would be appreciated... thanks

it has the same adjustments as your x1 did. just a higher ofset ...that means it projects the image on an upward angle (towards the top of the projector.) the angle is supposed to be 35% of the image hieght higher (or offset) oviously this would mean at 14ft (the image would be much largerat 14ft than your x1 BTW) the bottom of the image would be around 17" higher than the hieght of the lens..(ceiling mount would belower.
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