It is important to know that most every projector available today is capable of rear projection; the setting is inside of the projector and really has little to do with anything else. In order to use your projector as a rear projection projector you will need to access the projector menu and choose the rear projection setting.
Within the menu it may seem a bit confusing the first time you take a look at it, there is a lot of functionality and adjustments that you can control inside of the projector. Most of the settings should not be adjusted unless you are knowledgeable of the expected results that will be associated.
Most often you will see a display setting that will give you the option of choosing the rear projection setting in your projector. You can choose desktop rear projection or ceiling rear projection setting for your projector. If you install your projector without adjusting these settings you will experience the image being distorted by one or more aspects.
Rear Projection Settings to choose from –
Rear projection projectors are available as a standard option from most every projector manufacturer, however it is recommended that you verify this prior to ordering your projector if intended for rear projection use. If you have any questions regarding rear projection projectors and if the model you are looking at will accommodate rear projection please call 888-631-5880 and we can assist you with this.