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"There is no keystone adjustment to square off the image, which means you should avoid any situation that forces you to tilt the projector up or down to hit the screen. This effectively rules out options like putting it on a high shelf behind the seats, which will usually force you to tilt the projector downward."

Short of presentations in a conference room, who has the ability to place a projector in the dead center of their screen in a home theater? People in the seating area would hit their heads on a projector hanging low enough to be centered on a screen, unless the screen is so high everyone has to look up to see it.

This removes viability of this projector for me, which is unfortunate because it seems like a fairly common projector feature.