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Projector vertical offset?

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  • Projector vertical offset?

    I am waiting for my screen to arrive. I ordered have an Optima 1080GT projector. I will have a 4:3 13' x 10' impact screen. That will place the projector 8'8" away from the screen according to projector calculators. My question is the calculator says the vertical offset for the projector is around 19". Is this a must shift 19" or max of 19"? I see in the manual there is a "display image shift vertical.
    My screen will be in a 5' deep cage so I want to mount the projector at 10 feet high so the cage does not block the image. Will this projector allow me to do that?

  • #2
    It means the lens of the projector has to be within 19" of the top of your screen to use the range of keystone adjustment. The closer it is to the top of your screen, the less adjustment will be needed.

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    • #3
      Awesome, I should be good then. Thanks

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      • #4
        I think it means that the top of the image will start 19" below the middle of the lens. I have this projector and the image starts quite a bit below the lens, much more so than the BENQ short throw projector.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by wbond View Post
          I think it means that the top of the image will start 19" below the middle of the lens. I have this projector and the image starts quite a bit below the lens, much more so than the BENQ short throw projector.
          I agree, after mounting it I see that.

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