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Adjusting the angle of my cinego?

Im trying to mount the cinego in the ceiling im having trouble with my image it looks like its projecting at a angle the bottoms all wedged out. Is there a way to adjust the image so that I can leave it in the ceiling? contact me at

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Re: adjusting the angle of my cinego?

If you go into the setup menu you will find an option called keystone. You can adjust that up or down until it looks right to you. What it actually does is project an angle image that will look like a square image when it is projected down from your ceiling.

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