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Home Projector Installation

Discussion in 'Homeowners Corner' started by swatimutyam, Jul 20, 2004.

  1. swatimutyam

    swatimutyam New Member

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    We want to get our projector mount installed in the basement with the projector and screen set up. Did any one of you have it installed? We inquired with all the biggie stores but they told us that we need to buy products from them to get them installed. We already have a projector so all we need is some professional installation like -mounting the fixture on the ceiling and get the wiring done through the drywall.

    Any suggestions?

    Also, we noticed that the lamp in the front of our TH (the one that is maintained by community) is not working. Who should be contacted for it? HOA?

    Thanks!
    swatimutyam
  2. Dan

    Dan Member

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    You may want to try calling Fonetixx. They primarily set up sound systems and entertainment systems for the commercial sector in places like Gold's Gym, but they will do home entertainment systems as well.

    They're website is http://www.fonetixx.com/audio.html
  3. neilz

    neilz New Member

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    If its a street lamp, this is an HOA responsibility. If its a post lamp, its the owners responsibility to replace burnt out bulbs, and to do so promptly.



    Neil Z.
    Resident since 1999
  4. boomertsfx

    boomertsfx Booyakasha!

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    I installed my ceiling mount and cable myself. Luckily our house uses structured joists between the levels, so it was easy to fish the wire back to my utility closet where all my equipment is. I still need to install an electrical outlet in the ceiling, but other than that it is working well. Let us know if you find a good A/V install place.

    Good luck!

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