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 11 
 on: October 23, 2014, 11:16:43 pm 
Started by Oldalgebra - Last post by Lincolntech
It works fine upside down so I don't see any reason turning it on its side would hurt anything.

 12 
 on: October 23, 2014, 11:04:45 pm 
Started by rich92069 - Last post by rich92069
I recently seeded a dirt patch on the side of my hose for a Backyard Theater area. My wife thought I was nuts. Tonight she told me what a great job I did. The grass is finally maturing and looking nice. I have been looking forward to Thursday Night Football all day to enjoy it. Would have ended well if the Chragers won. My highlight was the great quality photo's I was able to take. As some of you might know it's so hard to take a solid photo of your screen in action. Im very happy with these action shot photos with my family in the background enjoying the new grass I slaved over from dust to plush.

Watching on a 220" (16x9) inflatable movie screen, Optima W306ST, 3.1 computer speakers


 13 
 on: October 23, 2014, 11:01:58 pm 
Started by Oldalgebra - Last post by Oldalgebra
I have a question. Will it damage my Epson 705HD projector to turn it on it's side for a few hours?


If you're wondering why I'm asking . . .


I would like to project the ImaginEERIEing Magic Mirror Skull onto a rectangular space that is vertical (short sides of the projection area at the top and bottom), rather than horizontal.
The Magic Mirror software allows the user to turn the skull sideways on the computer screen. So, with the skull turned sideways, I can project it correctly, if I can  turn the projector on its side. I know, I know. I'm not making any sense.

Or is there a simpler way to achieve this?


Magic Mirror Puppets

 14 
 on: October 23, 2014, 10:09:55 pm 
Started by SirRobyn0 - Last post by nivek
Looks like Sky Valley outdoor theater is winning so far

 15 
 on: October 22, 2014, 01:31:02 pm 
Started by ranman101 - Last post by ranman101
Blu-Ray releases for yesterday 10/21/14. Sorry they are late got busy.

A Letter to Momo (2011)
Bayonetta: Bloody Fate
Canopy
Downton Abbey: Seasons 1 - 4
Earth to Echo
F for Fake: Criterion
Gorky Park
Kundoo
La Dolce Vita: Criterion
Le Chef (2012)
Mad Men: The Final Season, Part One
Pee-Wee's Playhouse: The Complete Series
Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings
The Naked Face
The Prophecy: The Complete Collection
The Scribbler
The Squad (El Paramo)
The Vincent Price Collection II
To All a Goodnight

 16 
 on: October 20, 2014, 10:39:08 pm 
Started by Eugene du Jinn - Last post by Lincolntech
Just connect the Chromecast to the receiver with HDMI. The receiver should decode the audio and send the video on to the projector the same as the DVD player. I use Chromecast withe my 705 all the time for preshow music and just something playing after the movie, usually from youtube.

 17 
 on: October 20, 2014, 04:07:07 pm 
Started by Eugene du Jinn - Last post by Eugene du Jinn
Chromecast is HDMI and CEC compatible. It's worked well for me in the living room, and I can't wait to use it outside.

 18 
 on: October 20, 2014, 03:46:20 pm 
Started by Eugene du Jinn - Last post by movieman
What outputs does the chromscast offer?

 19 
 on: October 20, 2014, 10:28:54 am 
Started by Eugene du Jinn - Last post by Eugene du Jinn
Hi Movieman.

I believe the answer is yes, I will run the video thru the receiver (as I have always done). My intent is to use the projector primarily for DVDs and for streaming from my iPad2 using Chromecast.

DVDs: So I suppose I will connect the DVD player to the receiver using an hdmi cable, and then from the receiver to the projector also using hdmi.

Chromecast: I believe I will be able to stream YouTube, etc., by plugging in a Chromecast device to the Type A USB port in the projector, but I am wondering about the sound in that scenario.

Any guidance you can offer is much welcomed.

 20 
 on: October 20, 2014, 10:00:39 am 
Started by SirRobyn0 - Last post by SirRobyn0
The first two sound like your going hunting.
I like the last one.

rg
Not being a hunter myself I didn't think of that, but I sure can see that now.  Hum that was the one I liked the best but not so much now.  Thanks for pointing that out before we made a big mistake there.

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