I wonder if anyone can provide me with some advice for our projector setup in our main hall.
At the moment we have a rear projection setup - which whilst adequate is looking a little dated, and being rear projection lacks sharpness and clarity.
Ideally we would like to move to a traditional projection.
I think realisticaly we would need someone willing to come to site and have a look before quoting, so we can discuss the options
Does anyone know\represent a company that might be willing to help?
I don't know where you are, but KPMS up Yorkshire way did ours with a ceiling mount projector and 4m electric screen and it's bloomin' marvellous. Great value, fast workers and lovely chaps to boot, use them for all my AV installs now.
I'll be glad to help :)
Drop me an email and I'll get one of our engineers on the case
Recently installed a Casio LED short throw jobby in one of our halls - couple of meters throw for a 4m wide picture, very pleasing results at not a huge amount of money. Especially as it's a scaffolding job to get it up/changed!
Always ways and means though. Our speakers get a bashing from volleyballs and point in funnier directions than cheap satnavs. The projector sits further proud than those and our caretaker chap has done a thorough job of securing it. It's bigger than most yet it's barely moved more than half an inch in 3 years of being bashed around something chronic.
Any chance you can tell me the model of the projector?
Western Business Systems in Blackpool provided ours, along with a motorised screen and audio. It's a Mitsubishi XD600u 4500 lumens. Been used every day for at least three years and still going strong on the original lamp. It also doesn't have a filter to clean. Good job as it's too high up to reach without scaffolding.
We have two; the Casio short throw is an MJ-ST145, our other (long throw) is a Sanyo PLC-XM100L. Latter has been in place a long time, the Casio was fitted last year.
Originally Posted by Sanm2009