Question about NEC LT 240K Multimedia Projector
I want to use my projector to project a vertical image for a project I'm working on. Will it harm the projector to run it held vertically - on its side - the projector itself rotated 90 degrees from normal? I have a ceiling mount which screws into the projector so I can hold it securely in this position. I'm worried whether it will overheat or suffer some other problem I'm not thinking about.
I have checked over the specs on a few different sites and ive found where a few people have stated that theyve used theirs in vertical position with no problems. If you are that worried you should be able to go to whatever program you are using and rotate the picture there also.
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
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