Originally Posted by PJPanda
Originally Posted by David Biagas
Because I wanted a 120â€Â screen and have lower ceilings I didnâ€™️t have enough wiggle room for a true mount! I watched a video on YouTube of some guy using a metal sheet as a low profile mount and did that... I painted it to match the ceiling but it looks kind of ghetto lol the hardest part of dealing with this projector was mounting it for sure...
Looks pretty good to me. Not sure if that solution would work for my application though. Thankfully I don't have to set up an outlet. Going to buy a replacement 3 prong cord that plugs into the box and run that with cable channel/d-line to an outlet about 8 ft behind that and down on a wall. My living room is pretty big and the hardest part with this is most definitely the placement and mounting.
My advice would be to just take your time... I got impatient because I really wanted to mount it... so I forced my wife to help me like 20 minutes before she left for work.... there are some internal settings I could’ve used/benefitted from but I was in such a rush that I didn’t even think to use them.... alas my image is a little slanted on the bottom but straight up top....
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Last edited by David Biagas; Today at 05:22 PM.