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Old 11-23-2012, 08:43 PM   #1
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So here's the deal.
My 5010 is dead center of the screen left to right but the vertical center point is about 3/4 toward the top side of the screen. Not enough to cause any keystone problems.
Is there any adjustment/setting on the 5010 which will allow me to zoom from 2:35 to 1:85 without manually re-adjusting the height of the picture. Bear in mind that my screen is constant height and moveable side making. It doesn't take long to adjust the picture height going from one ratio to the other but I thought it would be really nice is there was a way to keep the picture height constant. In other words, going from flat to scope without adjusting the picture up or down.
I got a feeling I already know the answer to this but it never hurts to ask the experts and there are a lot of you guys who know the answers.
Projectors: 35mm Kinoton PK60 Digital/Epson 5010
Lamphouse: Strong Super LumeX 2000 watt xenon
Processors: Dolby CP-650/Dolby Magnetic Preamp
Amps: QSC's, Smart and EV
Speakers: JBL 3678's L-C-R (3), JBL 4645C's SUBS (2) JBL 8330's SURROUNDS (4)
Screen: Harkness 3D Silver, 11x5 feet, mini-perf
Monitor: Kelmar -MS-100
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Old 11-23-2012, 09:57 PM   #2
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So here's the deal.
My 5010 is dead center of the screen left to right but the vertical center point is about 3/4 toward the top side of the screen. Not enough to cause any keystone problems.
Is there any adjustment/setting on the 5010 which will allow me to zoom from 2:35 to 1:85 without manually re-adjusting the height of the picture. Bear in mind that my screen is constant height and moveable side making. It doesn't take long to adjust the picture height going from one ratio to the other but I thought it would be really nice is there was a way to keep the picture height constant. In other words, going from flat to scope without adjusting the picture up or down.
I got a feeling I already know the answer to this but it never hurts to ask the experts and there are a lot of you guys who know the answers.
You may have better luck getting answers from avs forums than this as majority of people here don't have a projector setup from what I can tell
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Old 11-24-2012, 12:58 AM   #3
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No, but I have not tried.
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Old 11-24-2012, 02:40 PM   #4
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So here's the deal.

Is there any adjustment/setting on the 5010 which will allow me to zoom from 2:35 to 1:85 without manually re-adjusting the height of the picture.
Nope sorry, you'll have to manually adjust it every time you adjust for various aspect ratios.
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Old 12-08-2012, 01:47 PM   #5
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yeah .you'll have to manually adjust it every time you adjust for various aspect ratios.
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Old 12-09-2012, 07:55 PM   #6
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Thanks guys. I was hoping there was a way but no problem. It only takes a few seconds. Guess I'm just lazy in my old age!!
Projectors: 35mm Kinoton PK60 Digital/Epson 5010
Lamphouse: Strong Super LumeX 2000 watt xenon
Processors: Dolby CP-650/Dolby Magnetic Preamp
Amps: QSC's, Smart and EV
Speakers: JBL 3678's L-C-R (3), JBL 4645C's SUBS (2) JBL 8330's SURROUNDS (4)
Screen: Harkness 3D Silver, 11x5 feet, mini-perf
Monitor: Kelmar -MS-100
Oppo 103 BD Player
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