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Hi Everyone,


I recently got a Epson 3010. The projector is really neat for my living room set up. Unfortunately the lack of lens shift has made it a pain in the butt to mount.


I bought a wall shelf and thought I could mount it above the couch. Unfortunately, I did not fathom that ceiling/ high shelf mounts would mean that the projector needs to be up-side-down.


So right now, my projector is up-side-down on a towel on a nice looking shelf. Totally not pleasing to the eye.




How can I ratify this situation? Should I just spend big bucks for a proper ceiling mount? If so, what do you recommend? The Epson one is nearly $300!
 

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Originally Posted by batutta  /t/1418399/ghetto-mod-mount-with-th...situation-without-spending-more#post_22186406


There was a post here where somebody just bought some rubber laptop feet and attached them to the top of the projector, so it could be put upside down on a shelf. Something like these--
http://www.amazon.com/Sorbothane-Hemisphere-Non-Skid-Adhesive-Durometer/dp/B003IMSIBA/ref=pd_bxgy_e_text_b

Oh nice! The only thing is, you still have to prop the projector if your alignment is not dead on.
 
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