Monograms & Projectors

rickryan.com

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Dec 9, 2009
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What about .. https://epson.com/For-Work/Projectors/Meeting-Room/PowerLite-2250U-Wireless-Full-HD-WUXGA-3LCD-Projector/p/V11H871020

btw, I'm not sold on Epson - these are just ones I'm looking at.

This one was the same price as the above - it's 'on sale' currently - https://epson.com/For-Home/Projectors/Home-Cinema/Home-Cinema-1450-1080p-3LCD-Projector/p/V11H836020 - 4200 lumens instead of 5000.
I haven't used that one but have a few Epsons. They have all been superb and I highly recommended them. The only thing I see missing on that unit is the horizontal keystone. I have that on my 3k unit and it comes in handy.
 
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ittigger

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Feb 1, 2011
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I haven't used that one but have a few Epsons. They have all been superb and I highly recommended them. The only thing I see missing on that unit is the horizontal keystone. I have that on my 3k unit and it comes in handy.
Trying to verify - is this it?

The 1450 (4200 lumens):
Keystone Correction:
  • Vertical: ±30 degrees (Auto)
  • Horizontal: ±20 degrees
The 2250 (5000 lumens):
Keystone Correction: Vertical: ± 30 degrees, Horizontal: ± 20 degrees
 

BlueLineDJ

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Jan 25, 2015
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Keystone correction allows you to adjust the image when needed. For instance, due to obstructions, placement, seating, etc you may not always be able to place your projector directly in front of or behind a screen or wall. Keystone correction will allow you to project from off to the side quite a bit, and then adjust the corners to straighten the image out.
Noob or dumb question, you chose, what is a Keystone Correction ?
 

azdeejay

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Apr 1, 2015
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Keystone correction allows you to adjust the image when needed. For instance, due to obstructions, placement, seating, etc you may not always be able to place your projector directly in front of or behind a screen or wall. Keystone correction will allow you to project from off to the side quite a bit, and then adjust the corners to straighten the image out.
Thank you , that makes a lot sense .
 

BlueLineDJ

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Jan 25, 2015
796
For those of you with projectors, what are you using for stand mounts?
I have not bit the bullet and bought a stand, I just use a tripod. But I'm looking at the stands on projectorgram.com I also have used them for monograms in the past as well.
 
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