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Anyone Know Anything About HD Projectors?
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05-17-2018 01:41 AM

 



Post: #31
RE: Anyone Know Anything About HD Projectors?
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-17-2018 01:29 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-17-2018 01:25 AM)
It should have a manual focus and menu button on the projector.
Just google the model and download the manual for it.

If the picture was upside down, it was setup for ceiling mount like mine.

Mine is hanging from a 15 foot ceiling on a 3 foot mount about 20 feet back from the projection wall.

If you are in a small room you better hope it is a short throw projector, ie the distance from the projection wall can be like 6 to 8 feet, if not, and you need more room to focus, you will have a problem, that is why you need to look at the manual, if you have not already determined this and that it will work.

enjoy.
http://www.projectorcentral.com/mitsubis...review.htm
Thus, many people will want to consider a ceiling mount for the HC7000. To illustrate, on a 120" diagonal screen, which is 105" wide, a 1.5x viewing distance would put the viewer 13 feet from the screen. At maximum wide angle zoom, the HC7000's throw distance for a 120" diagonal screen is 12.25 feet. So your options are to A, ceiling mount, or B, sit closer to the screen than you might otherwise want to sit. Thankfully, due to the 2.5 picture height lens shift, it is relatively easy to ceiling mount the HC7000 in precisely the right spot.

Here ya go skip.

Thanks. Funny how it can be so expensive 10 years ago and you can get them so cheap now. I think the display looks amazing using hd projectors. I hope I like the LCD as much as the DLP.
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05-17-2018 01:49 AM

 



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05-17-2018 01:56 AM

 



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I have a hot dog roller like at the gas stations in my living room. I love home theater. And there's no cable or dish hooked up to my projector. I control all my own programming and no commercials ever.
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05-17-2018 04:20 PM

 



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Okay here's my review of the projector. I have it set up and working and the picture is great. The right side is a perfect picture and the left side is 95% there. I have to keep ironing out the left/right shift and I'm hoping to make the left side better. If not, I'm very happy with the overall picture. There's only 700 hours on the bulb out of 5,000+.

It's super quiet. You can't hear it at all. When it was new, just the bulbs alone listed at $450 and the projector was $3,495.00 (from the manufacturer.)

$225 for the projector and an almost new bulb is pretty good.

Only downsides thus far:

1. Some broken plastic on front, no big deal. (Theft deterrent)
2. Left side of picture has a slight blur but not too bad.
3. It's ten years old so hopefully nothing wears down on it soon.

I definitely recommend the Mitsubishi HC7000 so far.
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05-17-2018 06:43 PM

 



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One thing I learned last night when I was setting it up. The little sticker that shows a big eyeball looking into the lens with a line drawn through it. Yeah... that's important.

I was wiping off some smudges on the lens when it was on and then suddenly I'm seeing the sun in my living room everywhere I look... chuckle
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