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    runing new cabling down Projector arm

    Hi,

    We are looking at renewing a number of projectors on our all in one solutions, however we are keen to run HDMI cabling to the projector to allow for projection of an apple tv.
    Is it easy enough to get into the boom arms and behind the boards to run new cabling?

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    Depends entirely on the boom arms. Some are nothing but hollow tubing, some have gubbins inside them or cable routing, some have bolts at the top and bottom that make getting a VGA cable down them a right PITA. At least HDMI will be considerably easier.

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