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lcd projector mount for cheapish...

by:Kimeery     2020-03-26
Want to install the LCD projector on the ceiling?
Don\'t want to spend $100 or more? You need: 1. LCD Projector2.
Universal speaker wall mount kit (
Internet, ebay, exchange meeting, hardware store. . . $3-$20.
Usually there are two in one kit)3.
Drill holes with assorted bits4.
Popular rivets of rivets or equivalent materials (
Use long rivets 3/4 \"-1\" long)5.
The computer monitor cable is really long (www. pacificcable. com)6.
1/4 thick/-plastic board
Large enough to cover all mounting holes at the bottom of the projector (
Hardware store or www. tapplastics. com. . . less than $1)7.
Screw 3/32 \"about 0. 5\" long (
Special size for mounting holes at the bottom of projector)8.
Screwdriver with various screw drill bits (
A bunch of Philips and hexagonal heads in size)9.
Gasket for rivets 1/4 \"(1/4\" hole. . .
Not outer diameter)
Get a universal speaker wall mount kit.
I made this with metal and plastic and both are fine.
You can buy them online, ebay or any hardware store for less than $201.
Disassemble the speaker bracket with a hex screwdriver.
Plastic plates can be any type of plastic or synthetic material.
I use lightweight plastic like foam.
Align the bracket in the middle of the plate and mark the hole with a permanent pen.
Drill holes on the plastic plate aligned with the speaker bracket. . . mounting holes.
Connect the plastic board to the speaker holder using pop rivets.
You may have to use a small washer to give a good base for the rivets.
When you do pop rivets, you have to go up and down. . .
Otherwise, you may put the rivets into the projector later.
It is a tricky part to install the plastic board onto the projector. . .
Once you have secured the speaker Holder firmly on the plastic board, it\'s time to drill! *(
This part is inspiring.
Take some unused rivets and put them in the mounting holes at the bottom of the projector.
Place the plastic board. . .
The speaker bracket is facing up. . .
At the top of the protruding Rivet, give the plate a slightly lighter faucet (
This will force the rivets to form a small dent in the precise position on the plastic board, you need to drill! )
Drill holes on the flat panel and leave a small mark by drilling the rivets to enter the mounting holes on the projector.
Set the plastic plate at the bottom of the projector and the speaker Holder points above so that the hole is aligned with the mounting hole on the projector.
Connect the stand and board to the projector using screws. *(
Yes, the projector is up. side-down)*(
If your projector weighs more than 10 lbs.
You can consider using two speaker brackets.
If your projector is over 22 lbs.
With something else! )
In my case, I am installing to a steal beam running the length of my room.
You may have a different set. up. Steal beam:1.
Place the other half of the speaker holder in the desired position on the ceiling and mark the position of the hole with a pen. 2.
Drill holes on the beam of the drill bit of the same size as the rivet (
1/4 and 1/4 in my case)3.
Install the speakers on the holes and use pop rivets to mount them on the beams.
Regular roof with wooden beams: 1.
Place the other half of the speaker holder in the desired position on the ceiling and mark the position of the hole with a pen. 2.
Using long wood screws (1. 5\"-2\")
Mounted on a wooden beam.
With a screwdriver in his hand (
The size of the appropriate hexadecimal position)
Connect the two parts of the speaker holder together and tighten the small screws.
This is tricky and may annoy you.
This is also the time when you release the middle nut and bolts to adjust the angle of the projector so that it will hit the wall or screen you want.
Make sure everything is adjusted and tighten all the fixing screws.
Connect the power cord and connect to the computer.
Once you have everything connected, you have to go into the settings of the projector and change it from a regular installation to a ceiling installation or an inverted installation. . .
So the image does not appear-side-down! *(
Note: Some projectors have a single input connected to the output of the computer monitor.
If this is the case, you need the graphics card to connect the projector and the monitor.
Some laptops have both and do not need another graphics card.
Some newer projectors solve the graphics card dilemma by allowing you to run the monitor line (
D9 male to D9 male)
From the computer to the back of the projector. . .
Then another rope.
Male vs D9 Male)
From the back of the projector to the computer monitor)*(
Note: Don\'t drop the projector.
You may want to do this in a soft chair or on a quick-response friend)
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