When music minister Donald LeRoy was given the task of ensuring that each of the nearly 400 worshippers who attend West Metro Church of God every Sunday morning could read the lyrics to songs, he selected two Hitachi CP-WX8255A projectors.
“The 30-foot ceilings in our sanctuary are steeply pitched and clad with dark wood,” he said. “At the floor level, the angles are such that it was difficult to find a way to project an image that was viewable for everyone while not being prohibitive for the choir.”
Rather than accept an unusually configured space’s awkward angles and sight lines as a fact of life, LeRoy made the problem part of his solution: He mounted the two Hitachi projectors to the ceiling and connected them to a media server via HDMI over Cat6 (HDBaseT).
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