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Thread: Bounce mirror and mount.

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    Default Bounce mirror and mount.

    Does anyone know where to find good bounce mirrormounts? I've been looking at some from medialas but at about 50 a pop I think it's to expensive for three pieces of sheetmetal and some screws.

    If anyone knows of a manufacturer or reseller of these things please let me know.



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    Thats a good ide!

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    We might be tempted to design some and get a batch made if we can be convinced it would be worth our while....

    hands up whose interested ?
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    Im in, if you can keep the cost at or asrround 25 bucks a piece.. Must be at least a 5 in surface for me...
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    I do. I do

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    am in for sure

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    Is there any examples how to mount this mirrors on a projector?

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    I don't think they are the small ones for inside the projector.
    I think they are the large ones for in clubs etc. You aim the beam at one and the beam gets bounced to the next and the next and the next et.
    that way the beam fills the room.

    Jim

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    correct

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    ebay has those

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