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My projector is 6 inches above my screen and 13 feet away so I have to use digital ketstone correction. With digital keystone correction, some of the pixels go unused but are still lit up just a little. In order to fit the ones that are used on the screen, the ones that aren't used overshoot even my blackout border. Any ideas on what anyone else has done to fix this?
 

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I'm assuming your PJ is ceiling mounted when you stated that it was 6 inches above the top of your screen.

I would lower the projector.

Digital keystone is really for business presentations, where the user does not have either the time or the required number of stacked phone books to get the PJ in the correct position in front of the screen.


For HT use, the PJ should be mounted in the correct location, so the purest video picture can be displayed.

The user manuals show the dimensions and angles required for placement.
 
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