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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc-Engineer View Post
    Or you could buy Epson projectors remotes less than £10 and original.

    for other makes you can get self adhesive loops for attaching small chains etc they cant be removed with out wrecking the remote they are in most stationers catalogs.

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    any image/link to what this is?
    Always on the look out for a solution to this myself.

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    Surprised no-ones mentioned AV panels on the wall (Wired not remote one mentioned above) Solves problems of things going missing! And gives shiny coloured lights!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve21 View Post
    Surprised no-ones mentioned AV panels on the wall (Wired not remote one mentioned above) Solves problems of things going missing! And gives shiny coloured lights!

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    you mean like pixies? they're expensive, great for projectors, but I think the guys here are referring to dvd player remotes etc too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exim View Post
    you mean like pixies? they're expensive, great for projectors, but I think the guys here are referring to dvd player remotes etc too.
    You can get pixies and AMX panels for doing those as well

    Who needs a separate DVD player anyway when you have a PC with the Projector?

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    Surprised no-ones mentioned AV panels on the wall (Wired not remote one mentioned above) Solves problems of things going missing! And gives shiny coloured lights!

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    Steve I did about 3 posts up from yours Wall Mounted Controller = AMX / Pixie panel

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    We found online a projector remote holder that screws to the wall and has a mirror at 45 degrees in the top. Teachers can get to the buttons. The remote is secured in via padlock. Trouble is they were 60-70 pounds.
    I had a word with our DT dept who now make them for us out of plastic.
    They do the job well. Haven't got round all room at the moment. So still buying a few which we charge to the departments.

    Saved us loads
    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by john View Post

    Steve I did about 3 posts up from yours Wall Mounted Controller = AMX / Pixie panel
    Damn Pixie dust I tell you ! Must have missed that

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    Quote Originally Posted by john View Post
    You can get pixies and AMX panels for doing those as well

    Who needs a separate DVD player anyway when you have a PC with the Projector?
    You'd be surprised. I deal with teaching staff who don't want to touch a PC, only want to use old VHS tapes and OHPs

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    We started using something similar to the KPMS recoiler. Ours came from Loxit.com and cost less than £10. They don't seem to show on the website but when I was looking called them to see what they could suggest. That said an ex-collegue came up with something costing £4 which I will post here when I know where to get them from. A teather is not very secure but it does stop them being 'borrowed' by staff.



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