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This review is from: Bytecc PM-40 Projector Ceiling Mount
Pros: Probably fine for a TV, not so good for a ceiling mounted projector.
Cons: doesn't come with any screws for any projector. vertical axis has just 4 holes for the bolts to line up in (i.e. not variable) at 0, 30, 60 and 90. This would otherwise be fine except for projectors typically weigh *something* and as such pull down on the holder arms just enough to make lining it all up a test of "how much am i willing to deal with it being a few deg off crooked vs how much can i bend it without breaking things"
NO HORIZONTAL ADJUSTMENT
System has a vertical adjustment of increments of 30 degrees, and variable axial adjustment, but no horizontal adjustment options (probably no big deal as a TV mount)
All in all, it should not be advertised as a projector ceiling mount with its limitations.
If you buy a projector, just eat the 40$ and buy a mount made specifically to work with your projector instead of this poor alternative.
This review is from: PYLE 5.8" TFT Monitor w/Headrest Frame Shroud & Universal Stand
Pros: Cheap. And I always do get a kick out of the Engrish instruction manuals. "The connecting-point of direct current should connect on the Main line of storage battery as possible as it can" HA!
Cons: I just got this thing in the mail 3 days ago, out of the box it had problems with the screen (weird bubble-like structures embedded in the screen) i would have returned it right then and there, except I had already installed it and didn't want to go through the trouble of tearing it out to wait a week. Now, it's up and running and i've gotten used to the bubbles in the screen, and these white-line artifacts come across the screen. i thought maybe it was signal but it does it even with the signal cable disconnected. 2 major defects in one product? Imagine my luck! If I could find other manufacturers of screens this size, you could bet that i'd give them a shot.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Excellent drive for the price. seems pretty solid and i've not had any problems yet.
Cons: Can't find any. I suppose everything can always be cheaper ;-)READ FULL REVIEW