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    Re: Projector Installation/ source for parts

    No interactive boards no. and the S3 is SVGA.

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    Re: Projector Installation/ source for parts

    ewww

    800 x 600 then?

    Nath

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    Yeah - they don't want/need any better just yet. Now if it were for me personally...

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    Re: Projector Installation/ source for parts

    Juest been perusing the thread... I liked the Avrio box plate, cos it has the VGA mounted vertically. I have some well thumbed plates with horizontal mounts that alow the cable weight to eventually break the fixing. Having the locking thread at the top of the fixing gives it more durability.

    Hint: I have had many laptop based connections with an overlapped display (left hand edge repeats as part of out image). I have releived that by changing the output resolution from 32 bit to 24 or 16 - depending on availability from grafix card. Found that changing display frequency didn't matter a jot!

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    Remeber security!! - its worth spending that little extra for entrapments...

    http://www.top-tec.co.uk/

    police approved supplier.

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    Re: Projector Installation/ source for parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Mango_RW
    Remeber security!! - its worth spending that little extra for entrapments...

    http://www.top-tec.co.uk/

    police approved supplier.

    Hi everyone

    Make sure you have a substantial fixing to use the top-tec as they add extra weight to the projector. We had a few customers fitting their own cages and calling us when they became loose due to the original fixing only being used for a 3kg projector.

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    Update on the link I posted earlier in this thread [which is dead due to a site re-vamp].

    http://www.avrio.co.uk/acatalog/shop.htm

    They now do faceplates with pre-attached cables for a reasonable price [£50 for a 5 meter vga and 3 x phono incl. delivery].

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    Re: Projector Installation/ source for parts

    Remeber security!! - its worth spending that little extra for entrapments...

    www.top-tec.co.uk/

    police approved supplier.

    We have used a lot of Top Tec cases for the projectors. They are ver good as far as securing the projector but recently we had a break in and they just swung on the ceiling mounted poles (only fixed with 4 screws or bolts) and snapped the lot of and made off with the complete fixing.

    Some kids probarbly got one on his bedroom ceiling nand is playing his PS2 all over his wall..............lol

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    Re: Projector Installation/ source for parts

    Forgot to mention we have also used alotof their tower security cases which we either fix to the desk or to the floor, as of yet no one as tried to take one. We also tried in our LSU unit the TFT housings as well which seem also very good.

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