Drop-Mount Projector Mounting Kit
Everything you need to drop-mount your golf simulator projector.
Drop mount your projector from the ceiling with this Drop-Mount Projector Mounting Kit. Add an Extender and Ceiling Plate to your Projector Mount and you can drop-mount your projector at virtually any height you need for your setup. Get the sleek look you want in your new golf simulator.
This kit includes the ceiling plate, projector mount, and your choice of drop-mount extender.
Mount Your Projector Anywhere You'd Like
Okay, almost anywhere (if you'd like it to stay up there). This sleek projector ceiling plate gives you the answer for mounting your projector to wood joists or structural ceilings.
Varying Lengths to Drop Mount Your Projector
Your projector needs to be mounted in the perfect spot in your golf simulator or home theater, not only to fill your screen, but to stay out of the way of clubs, balls or heads. The Peerless Projector Mount Extender, with lengths ranging from 6 inches to 5 feet, is meant to fit in nearly any environment. The extender supports up to fifty pounds to make installing a projector easy for your situation.
One Mount To Rule Them All
This projector mount lets you easily install any golf simulator projector. With exact tilt and roll image positioning you'll have perfect image alignment. Unfortunately, that means it's your ball that's tilting too far to the right, not your image. It's okay, with this setup, all you'll want to do is practice, practice, practice.
Projector Drop-Mount Features
Easily attaches to any projector. Preassembled for simple install. Superior image alignment with two precision-based adjustment knobs. Can be used alone for flush mount applications or with the Ceiling Plate and an Extender Column for drop mount applications.
Did You Know?
Did you know you can also mount your projector directly to the frame of your Carl's Place Pro Enclosure?
“Golf is the closest game to the game we call life. You get bad breaks from good shots; you get good breaks from bad shots - but you have to play the ball where it lies.”Bobby Jones