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Not sure how well that generic mount will work. You may want to get one of the ones on the-bay that is machined to line up with the holes for your PJ instead, even though it will cost a few more $.


I made my own mount with a few items from HomeDepot along with a piece of melamine board that I had lying around the house. It works perfectly, but isn't the prettiest thing going.
 

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Those work fine for most projectors.Those three arms slide in those slots,most sub 3000$ Projectors have a three hole/mount on the bottom for mounting upside down.11bucks you cant lose.
 

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yea (i think)none of those are gonna work i just looked a my sharp xvz2000 same case/layout
 

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Originally Posted by eat meat /forum/post/19563185


yea (i think)none of those are gonna work i just looked a my sharp xvz2000 same case/layout

This is what I found out about the 3 arm mount.

This mount provides a highly versatile adjustment to fit most small and mid-sized projectors. First make sure that the projector does not exceed the 22lb maximum wieght limit. Next determine that the mount can be support by 3 point mounting system. Finally, arms of the mount will reach any hole that is within a circle with a 12.59" diameter. In other words if no hole is farther out than 6.25" from a center point, then the mount should fit fine.


IF your sharp has the same layout as the dt-510 will it work?
 

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Originally Posted by bulls4ever7 /forum/post/19564189


This is what I found out about the 3 arm mount.

This mount provides a highly versatile adjustment to fit most small and mid-sized projectors. First make sure that the projector does not exceed the 22lb maximum wieght limit. Next determine that the mount can be support by 3 point mounting system. Finally, arms of the mount will reach any hole that is within a circle with a 12.59" diameter. In other words if no hole is farther out than 6.25" from a center point, then the mount should fit fine.


IF your sharp has the same layout as the dt-510 will it work?

No its not gonna work ,you will have to buy a "made for" piece.
 
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