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Making the Most of a Short-Throw Projector

EST200 Unlike traditional projectors, short throw ones need to be mounted from above so that they cast fewer shadows on the screen and are out of the way. The latest hardware from Premier makes it easier and cheaper with its EST 100 and 200 mounting kits. Priced at $265 and $300, respectively, the EST 100 and EST 200 can work with just about any projector that weighs 25 pounds or less. They include security hardware so they don’t disappear and can accurately place the projector up to 30-inches from the screen. So that the projector ends up aimed where it should, the hardware can be adjusted 6-degrees in any direction

 

 

 

 

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