Everything You Need To Know About DLP Projector Rentals

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

light switchWhen it comes to visual technology, most people nowadays understand what LED, LCD and HD mean in terms of picture quality. But when you delve into the realm of projectors, a new technology is added to the list, DLP. Ask any random person on the street what those other things mean and they can tell you with a certain amount of confidence. Ask them what DLP means and you might as well ask them what the answer to life, the universe and everything is (it’s 42, by the way).

DLP stands for Digital Light Processing and is one of the leading technologies used in digital cinema projection. Some have called this technology “the world’s most sophisticated light switch” with the technology spreading through the consumer electronics sector at an astonishing rate over the past few years.

The technology was invented back in 1987 by Dr. Larry Hornbeck of Texas Instruments and has become so popular that it even warranted its very own Super Bowl commercial back in 2008. With the catchphrase “It’s in the mirrors”, Texas Instruments has marketed this technology extremely well.

DLP technology, in its early form, could be found in large screen TV displays but has evolved into one of the leading technologies in video projection. DLP projectors have many advantages over other forms of projectors, including high resolution chips tat are able to project images at near 35 or 70mm film quality without the negative effects of film scratches. In addition to that, other advantages include top quality color accuracy with no “screen door” effects and smooth, high contrast pictures.

Independent testing has shown that DLP projectors exhibit consistent picture reliability, with the same testing indicating that LCD projectors developed some image degradation. Picture reliability is how images form your projector will look over time. When you look at a projected image, you may notice an unusual amount of yellow or green hues in your images. This is what is known as color decay. Projectors that use DLP technology are virtually immune to color decay.

Some quick facts about DLP projectors include:

  • DLP Projectors display movies better
  • DLP Projectors are better to use for presentations that include fast motion graphics.
  • DLP Projectors are reliable long-term

DLP Projector rentals are popular with presenters who need animated presentations displayed. These projectors also usually provide a larger size projection due to the fact that DLP projectors focus more on higher quality brightness and color saturation than LCD while also producing a more consistent picture.

RentOurProjectors.com has been in the projector rental industry for over 20 years. With that type of experience, RentOurProjectors.com is certain that you will be able to find the perfect projector for your short-term projector rental needs. If DLP is what you are looking for then you will be pleased to know that RentOurProjectors.com has the latest in DLP projector technology, including the BenQ MP522 Lumen DLP projector which comes with a native XGA 2,000 lumen output and the latest in DLP technology.

No matter your need, RentOurProjectors.com can help. Contact a Tech Travel Agent today to start down the path to an amazing projector rental experience. With local delivery and installation from a certified professional and 24/7 customer support you’d be hard pressed to find a better experience than the one you’ll get from www.RentOurProjectors.com

The Ins And Outs Of An HD Projector Rental

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014

462443715Having a projector doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice picture quality like it did in the past. Projectors are now following the latest trends of high definition media and many HD projectors are now available to everyday consumers for prices that fit almost any budget. High definition (HD) projectors offer full 1920 x 1080 HD resolutions, meaning that they are leaps and bounds above the standard 800 x 600 resolutions of traditional SVGA projectors.

When looking for the right HD projector there are a few things you need to take into consideration, like performance features and characteristics. Each HD projector is different and works differently in different situations so it is imperative that you understand what everything means and how it affects you.

One of the most important aspects of a projector and one that almost everyone notices first is the sharpness and clarity of the HD images. It will be difficult to compare image quality unless the source is 1080p from a Blu-ray player or equivalent device. An HD projector that is incapable of  handling an HD image will have an apparent softness while the images will have a slightly blurry or cloudy look to them while also displaying digital noise. As an example, switch your HDTV to a channel that isn’t an HD channel and that should help put things into perspective.

The de-interlacing capability of the projector is another feature that you should consider. A projector that has poor de-interlacing capabilities will suffer from flickering and motion artifacts.  A projector should provide a solid and stable image with few noticeable faults.

Lumen output is also a huge factor in determining the right projector for your needs. On average a higher lumen output will provide a brighter picture. Higher lumens are needed if you plan on using the projector in well-lit rooms or even outside. Without the proper lumen output your projector will look transparent and dull.

Contrast ratios measure the brightest white compared to the darkest black. The higher the contrast ratio the bigger the difference is between the two colors. Higher contrast ratios will provide more realistic looking pictures for dark scenes and images in addition to more vibrant colors.

Black levels refer to how rich the black will be when displaying the colors. Projectors that have low black levels will have their black colors look less, well, black. They are typically referred to as “bright” black or looking more gray. Black levels need to be taken into consideration, especially when using an HD projector.

Audible fan noise may not seem like that big of a deal but trust me when I say that a quiet fan makes a huge difference. When projectors are being used at max settings they often go into a high lamp mode which requires even more cooling from the internal cooling fan. In a situation where you are trying to watch a movie a loud fan can be a big distraction.

Other characteristics that need to be taking into consideration include zoom lens, lens shift, connectivity and compatibility along with warranty and price. If you take all these factors into consideration and determine which features are the most important to you then you will be completely satisfied with whatever purchase you decide to make.

If you are just at a complete loss then the professional Tech Travel Agents at RentOurProjectors.com can help with any and all questions. Renting an HD projector allows you to get all the benefits of an HD projector for a short term. Simply tell your Tech Travel Agent what you need your HD projector for and they will assist you every step of the way to ensure that you get exactly what you need, exactly what you’re looking for and something that fits your budget.

What Will Projectors Be Like In The Future?

Sunday, June 29th, 2014

178800526 (2)Technology slows down for no man, and it shouldn’t. We are developing new ideas and concepts at such an alarming rate that it would be almost idiotic for it to slow down for society. Society moves fast anyway, so it would make sense for the advancements in our tech to move at the same speed. We’ve seen the tablets, the smartphones, the computers, and the smartwatches. What about the projectors? What about the projectors that are going to be available for recreational use, and not just for office meetings? There is a lot changing and developing with the new projector technology. Whether it be 4K, short throw, holograms, interactive, or even higher functioning pico and portable projectors, we have a lot to look forward to with the new technology.

While we know that the projectors are looking towards the future, it does make one wonder, “what is the next step for projectors to push for?”

There are plenty of avenues open for projectors right now. They have a plethora of different realms that they can put more focus and funding towards. Though, just because you can spend money on something doesn’t mean that you should. Instead, developers should be focusing on what is going to generate the most revenue now so that they can put profits towards funding for the other ideals. If mobile projectors are going to bring in the most money right now, then that is where more funding should be going. Mind you though, there is a reason why I said mobile projectors.

Lets think for a second about the technology that we use every day. We use our laptops, smartphones, and tablets. These all fall into the category of mobile technology. Shouldn’t it only make sense that we bring the same idea towards the development of new projectors? Yes, 4K is nice, if you have a big enough screen for it (and the pockets for it). Holograms and Interactive projectors are always fun and entertaining, but also very costly to create and can be unresponsive. Short Throw projectors are good for a STRICTLY entertainment-only projector that is designated to be stationary. The more mobile projectors are where I feel there could be a lot more promise for companies.

With the use of the mobile projectors, you’ve entered the realm of other mobile technology that is on such a mass market area, it could bring in quite a profit. I never thought that tablets would catch on, but I was dead wrong. I know that mobile projectors could have the same type of effect. There are even some smartphones out there that are including projectors in them. This is where I see promise. This is where I can see the future happening. We have the incredible displays on our smartphones and tablets. Why not make the picture large enough for everyone to see? We have cameras on the backs of our devices. Why not add a projector? This can pave the way for pico projectors to be a more dominant version of projectors on the market as well. The idea is being mobile. We are always moving as a society, so why not add it to literally every tech device we have?

Almost everything tech related that we use is mobile today. Our game systems, our computers, and our phones, are all now basically one in the same. All inclusive in one device or more. I can only see this being the case for projectors in the near future. It would only make sense. Projectors are going to move and become more mobile with us, just like every other technology. It’s only a matter of time before we seem them available for purchase and rental on the mass market.

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The 4 Easy Steps To A Great Projector Rental

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

153064270I love step-by-step guides. I mean, unless you are buying something from Ikea, step-by-step guides are one of the greatest ways to accomplish something or put something together. For the most part they are simple, user-friendly, easy to understand and ensure that you do a great job and get everything done to the best of your ability. In my opinion the world needs more step-by-step guides.

But I’m not the only one that loves a good step-by-step guide. The folks over at RentOurProjectors.com also seem to be a fan as they have laid out an extremely simple 4 step guide to getting a nationwide projector rental. That’s right, if you thought renting a projector would be difficult or that you would have to jump through a lot of hoops or deal with a lot of technical mumbo jumbo then this easy 4 step process is perfect.

Before I break it down into the specifics let me run through the 4 steps real quick. They are: 1.) You Book It… 2.) We Deliver It… 3.) You Enjoy It… 4) You Return it. Alright, now that we know that the steps are, let’s get into their specifics and how they can make renting a projector from RentOurProjectors.com that much easier.

Step 1: You Book It!

The first step to renting a projector from RentOurProjectors.com is figuring out what type of projector you need. Do you need an LCD? DLP? DVD? Business projector? Portable projector? Something for a large venue? Something with HD capabilities? Something for your living room or entertainment center? I’m sorry, I know I just threw a ton of different options at you but it’s going to be okay. During step 1 you will contact one of RentOurProjectors.com’s Tech Travel Agents.

A Tech Travel Agent is an industry professional that excels at renting technology for any need or reason. All you have to do is describe your rental needs (i.e. what you need your projector rental for) and your Tech Travel Agent will be able to help you figure out the perfect piece of equipment that will suit your need perfectly. I guarantee that your Tech Travel Agent will find you the best product at the best rental price.

Step 2: We Deliver It!

This is one of the best features about renting a projector from RentOurProjectors.com, the local delivery and installation. No matter where you are in the country (or even if you are in some parts of Canada, Mexico or the United Kingdom) RentOurProjectors.com will have your equipment delivered and set up for you whenever and wherever you need it by a local technician.

The benefit of this is two-fold. Not only does having a local technician deliver and set up your projector rental mean you have someone you can contact for any technical difficulties or customer support but it also means that you are helping support the local job market. Local delivery and installation means that the community is also benefiting from your smart rental, not just you.

Step 3: You Enjoy It!

This is probably the easiest of the 4 steps. One your projector rental is delivered, installed and tested to make sure everything is working properly it’s your turn to enjoy it. Utilize the latest technology that the projector industry has to offer wherever and whenever you want. RentOurProjectors.com isn’t your grandma’s projector rental service. We have all the latest technology from the biggest names in the projector industry, meaning you have full access to top-of-the-line equipment.

Step 4: You Return It!

With every projector rental a return label is included, meaning all you have to do is drop the device off at your local UPS store. Not near a UPS store? No problem. Remember that local technician I mentioned in Step 2? Well he/she will come back out, tear everything down and return your projector rental personally, leaving all the logistics up to us. It’s that simple.

So there you have it! A simple, step-by-step guide to getting the most out of your nationwide projector rental: You Book It…, We Deliver It…, You Enjoy It…, You Return It… It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! (and 4… 1, 2, 3 and 4). For any and all of your projector rental needs look no further than RentOurProjectors.com!

Does Microsoft’s Project Ripple Hold Any Merit For Use With Projectors?

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

rippleI’ve always been the type of man to embrace innovation and new ideas. It’s who I am as a person. While I’ve not done the most work with projectors, I do understand enough about them to carry a conversation. I also know well enough to know when I see a good product or marketing idea. Again, I’m all for trying new things, but then there are certain ideas that I see that I feel could have been… better executed I should say. The idea I’m talking about is one of Microsoft’s new projects. The newest idea budding from the tech giant company is “Project Ripple”.

To understand what Project Ripple is, you really need only look at the video to get the basic understanding of it. It’s much like what you may have experienced as a kid when you went to the museum or what ever “family fun learning facilities” you might have went to. The screens you would stand in front of to and flail your body about to make waves on the screen or see yourself in “thermal vision”. That is essentially what Project Ripple is, albeit with a bit more finesse. You’ve even seen things like these at the mall. I know I’ve seen something like that at one of the malls by my house.

What Microsoft is referring to it as, is a “projector-based infotainment center”.  The difference between their system and the ones you’ve seen at shopping centers and museums? It works with two different projectors and is mainly operated by your feet. No, I’m not kidding. While Microsoft has said that it is, in fact, similar to what we’ve seen around publicly, they’ve also admitted to a few sources that they don’t feel that the public technology isn’t living up to its full potential.

Now this may be a true statement, but Microsoft feels that their Project Ripple will be the one to bring that technology’s true potential out onto the surface. What you normally see when dealing with these types of interactive projectors is one screen. The “screen” would be directly at your feet facing from overheard. Microsoft’s version will be dealing with 2 separate projectors. You will now have a screen in front of you and a screen at your feet. The display in front of you will be utilized with the company’s Kinect motion tracking camera. You’ll use your feet for the bottom screen and your hands for the screen in front of you.

One thing that Microsoft noted, was that this wouldn’t be a product. This will be a free open-source program. Microsoft is still designing a multitude of editing tools that will allow users to create just about anything in terms of what they may want. Everything from video content, to Flash, and even HTML will be able to be edited directly in the program. This could lead to specialized ads that could be interactive or even add some flare to a special occasion or presentation event. The ideas are there, that’s for sure, but it still begs the question of practicality. In today’s world, if it’s not practical, it’s not marketable.

If the community is very receptive of this type of software, and want to take the time out of their day to work with it and create something very cool and amazing, then yes this could definitely be a useful tool for projectors. Then again, you have to think of why people get projectors in the first place. Many don’t have a need for this type of software, so Microsoft may be catering to a very small audience. Only time will tell if Project Ripple will actually make some waves.

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MIT Develops Glasses-Free 3D Projector, Bridges Gap Between 3D And Holographic Video

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

790727003D entertainment has come a long way in recent years but users are still required to experience the technology via 3D glasses. The Camera Culture Group over at the Media Lab of MIT has just begun developing an all new 3D video projection system that will allow users to forgo the use of 3D glasses while also providing different users different perspective angles of the same object. According to the group, this technology will be used as a transition between the 3D technology of today and true holographic projection of the future.

MIT’s approach is to come up with a video projection system that doesn’t require the use of 3D glasses. This system will also have wide vision angles along with an ultra-high resolution while being mechanically simple, meaning you won’t have to deal with elaborate installations. In addition to that, this system is also aimed at being more economical than traditional holographic systems of similar quality.

The whole idea behind this technology from MIT is that it will act as a short term solution until something more refined is developed while also making it something users of traditional 2D systems will find attractive enough to start to transition into the 3D space.

What’s interesting about this technology is that it doesn’t simply produce an illusion or parallax. Instead, it creates an actual shift in perspective for multiple viewers looking at the image from multiple angles, providing that the illusion that you are looking at is a real life object. What’s more is that this technology provides better resolutions and contrasts than most 2D video.

Inside the projector is a set of flat panels comprised of liquid-crystal modulators. These panels act as tiny LCD screens that are set between the backlight source and the lens. The first set of LCDs produces light patterns at certain angles which then pass through the second set of LCDs at these exact angles. The patterns then go through a series of lenses arranged like a Keplerian telescope after which they pass through a transparent projection screen that is made up of lines of vertical lenses. This resolves the patterns into a 3D image that shifts as you move from one of eight PoVs to another.

The image is refreshed 240 times per second, which is less than that of a standard TV but more than standard-speed film. Even though the system will require a lot of bandwidth to operate, it does create the possibility of displaying ultra-high resolution video. This is achieved through data compression algorithms that focus on reproducing the edges of the images as opposed to the body of the images. In addition to that, the algorithm also produces a far brighter image with a stronger contrast by generating closer to “true black”, which is not possible with LCDs.

While we may still be a long way away from holographic projections similar to our favorite sci-fi movies, the technology is improving in that direction. This new system from MIT is being treated as a bridge between what we’ve envisioned from movies and what we currently have in terms of 3D projection. While the MIT team sees this technology having a use in entertainment, the technology could also have applications in collaborative designs and medical imaging.

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Summer Activities Made Great With Projector And Screen Rentals

Friday, March 7th, 2014

Summer is quickly approaching, even if the weather doesn’t necessarily show it, which means that the time of summer barbecues, family reunions and birthday parties is right around the corner. While here are a lot of fun activities to do at these events there is one that can really make them special.

I’m talking about setting up a projector and a screen. A projector and screen provides you with a ton of different options for your summer event. Throwing a family reunion? Use the projector to play a slideshow of family photos or show a bunch of old home movies. Nothing brings families closer together than reminiscing over old photos or laughing at great family moments.

Birthday parties are also perfect events for a projector and a screen. After the kids have been running around and playing all day long it is time for them to relax once night comes. Sure you can have all the kids in your living room to watch a movie but kids will find it a lot more fun to watch a movie in the backyard under the stars. Kids will see it as a cool campout situation while parents don’t have to worry about things getting messed up in the house.

But how, pray tell, do you set something like this up? I mean not many people have large projector screens and projectors lying around the house, which poses a problem. But to every great problem there is a simple solution. And what, might you ask, is this grand solution? Well obviously its a projector rental. Renting a projector allows you to have all the benefits of a projector without having the commitment of buying one.

You can rent both a projector and a projector screen from Rentourprojectors.com and have them for however long you need them, whether that be one day or one month. There are lots of benefits to renting the equipment you need. Rentourprojectors.com offers you local delivery and installation from a local technician, meaning you get professional service from someone in your own backyard.

In addition to that, you also get customer support from that same technician. Should anything go wrong for any reason simply contact your tech and ask for help. Once you’re done with your rental, your tech will come back out, take everything down and take your projector and screen off your hands, meaning you don’t have to deal with any of the logistics.

Temporary solutions like a projector and screen rental are perfect for any type of summer gathering. Whether you are hosting your family’s next reunion, having the neighbors over for a cookout or letting a bunch of kids run around your yard for a birthday party, a projector and screen rental from Rentourprojectors.com is the perfect solution.

BenQ Has Unleashed Their Brand New P Series Projectors!

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

396It seems like it is just a fact that some tech is more popular than others. Phones, TVs, and game consoles always seem to have priority. That means that other tech seems to go under the radar, and gets left unnoticed. The worst part is, is that it is usually the best tech that never gets enough attention from others. Take projectors for example. There is obviously a select market for everything out there, and projectors are no exception. But a lot of people tend to miss out on new models simply because they get overshadowed. Take BenQ’s new projectors for example. They have just released their new “P Series” of projectors, and they look to be pretty amazing.

So what is their angle exactly? They have these new projectors, but everyone has something they can offer you. BenQ’s new projectors look to offer you a higher sense of professionalism with tons of different setting options. They are releasing these new projectors with the idea of having top performance available in mind. They aim to have their new series be perfect for anyone interested in projectors. Anything from the school house, to your home, to the corporate businesses. The Associate Vice President, Kristen Kennedy, even came out an confirmed this by stating “Our new line of P Series projectors was engineered to provide the marketplace with a more affordable package for producing professional-grade projection within a wide range of settings”.

The new “P Series” only carries two models right now, but sometimes less is more! The PX9600 and the PW9500 offer XGA and WXGA resolutions respectively. The higher end model will offer a stunning 6,500 lumens and a 2800:1 contrast ratio. The lower end model will see that same level contrast ratio, but will give off a slightly less 5,700 lumens. Due to these contrast ratio levels, these new projectors are able to give off incredible quality image display in virtually any type of installation or lighting environment. Both come standard equipped with HQV image processing. This means that both projectors will be able to scale the outputs. Since the outputs are scaled, the images displayed will be in constant full resolution so you can enjoy an enhanced picture quality and details of the image. The HQV also helps with the random noise that can come upon viewing compressed digital video files.

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One of the settings being offered with the new “P Series” is the addition of the 4-segment and 6-segment color wheels. These can be interchanged based on specific installation requirements, thus assuring that your image quality is always where you need it to be. The added 7 interchangeable projector lenses also help. Maybe you are more of a short throw guy; there’s a lens for that. Like your projector further back? There’s a lens for that too.
These projectors have obviously been designed with the consumers in mind. Options are the key element when looking at the new BenQ “P Series”, and honestly nothing moves units more than options. The retail for both the PX9600 and the PW9500 are the same, sitting at $3,999. A bit pricey, but remember that you are paying for the options too.

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A Short-Throw Projector That Won’t Kill Your Wallet!

Friday, January 31st, 2014

Nothing says classy like furniture and appliances that can be both operational and out of the way. In today’s times, we are bombarded with new technology that is getting smaller, sleeker, and can do more. We want the technology, but we also demand that it be almost invisible in our own homes. We want it to look classy. We don’t it to be in the way. If we can find something like that, no matter what it is, 9 times out of 10 we will buy it. One of the biggest cases this is for are projectors. When purchasing one, it can normally put quite the hole in your wallet. This,  simply due to the cost of the machine and the possible set up and home renovation fees should you decide to run the wiring through the walls.

Well in case you missed CES, Philips has brought out a competitor for Sony’s UltraShort-Throw and Ultra-pricey new 4K projector

Sony’s model comes in at a whopping $30,000 for the cheap version! Philips plans to deliver the same quality at a much lower cost.

The new Philips Screeneo HDP1590 UltraShort-Throw projector plans to give Sony’s model a run for its money, simply due to it’s lower price ranger.

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In case you are not familiar with what an UltraShort-Throw projector can do, imagine this; Having everything you could want with your projector without having to tear down your walls. These projectors can literally be placed out of the way against any way big enough for the display, and then project the image directly onto the wall above it. This virtually eliminates any need for home renovations and wiring problems, which can be a HUGE money saver.

By adjusting the distance between the wall and the projector, you can get a range of image sizing anywhere from 50 to 100 inches. This particular projector is also the first of its kind to actually use LED instead of typical methods. This will actually get rid of the need to ever change the bulb. The projector displays in 720p standard, so it is HD but definitely not the highest end out there. It also comes standard with SD card slots, Wi-Fi, USB, Bluetooth, as well as HDMI naturally. Since it comes with these type of Wi-Fi capabilities, you will be able to search your favorite internet cat videos on here along with hooking it up to nearly any device that you could think of. The projector is running on Android OS and includes Miracast which means that you will be able to stream movies and videos directly from any of your multimedia devices.

This particular projector is dangerous to Sony for one main reason; It’s price. The new Philips Screeneo will set you back a mere $1,799. In comparison to Sony’s 4K UltraShort-Throw projector’s $30,000 to $40,000 price tag, the Philips Screeneo costs pennies. With that being said, the saying is true that you get what you pay for. While you are still getting the same UltraShort-Throw capabilities as the Sony 4K projector, The Philips Screeneo only boasts 720p. All in all, it could still easily give Sony and everyone else to look out for when it drops in April.

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Crimson AV Debuts New JR Projector Mount Series

Monday, March 25th, 2013

Crimson AV JR3 SyncProIf you have plans of installing a projector anytime soon, then you are going to need the right tools for the job. No tool is more essential, however, than the right mount. Sure, you can simply place a projector on any flat surface, but things are so much more convenient when you can mount it on a surface, like your ceiling, keeping it out of the way.

Crimson AV has just begun shipping a trio of new mounts that are designed to make installing a projector easier and a lot more professional looking. The mounts come by way of Crimson AV’s JR Series and include the new JR, JR2 and JR3 SyncPro mounts.

The JR, which is the base model mount priced at $99, is a basic projector mount with two points of adjustment that affect both pitch and roll. In addition to that, this mount is also designed for smaller projectors under 50 lbs. and comes with a pre-assembled two-piece design complete with integrated cord management and 1.5″ NPT compatibility.

The mid-level model is the JR2. Like the JR, this mount is a two-piece model that is constructed entirely of steel. It has 12 adjustment points in total, six for pitch and six for roll, which means that this mount is capable of holding projectors that are slightly heavier than average or that something that is off center can stay in place. The JR2 is priced at $117 and works with projectors of up to 70 lbs.

The final mount in the JR series is the JR3 SyncPro. This mount comes with a lead screw mechanism, allowing for precise adjustments. All installation adjustments can be completed by rotating the knobs on the mount, which makes the overall process simple. Priced at $169, this mount is perfectly suited for any projector that exceeds 70 lbs and also has additional legs that allow you to expand the range and cover large or irregular mounting hole patterns.

If you need professional projector mounting, however, then there is no better place to turn than RentOurProjectors.com. RentOurProjectors.com has professionally trained installers that are capable of installing any size projector in any type of room and on any surface you need to mount it.