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Crimson AV Ships JR Series Projector Mounts
The trio of new mounts boasts value, efficiency and an easy install.
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March 25, 2013 by Rachel Cericola

Getting ready to place that projector? Crimson AV is shipping a trio of new mounts to make the install a little easier—and a lot nicer looking.

The company just announced plans to start shipping its new JR Series. The new lineup includes the JR, the JR2 and the JR3 SyncPro.

Priced at a mere $99, the JR is a basic projector mount with two points of adjustment for both pitch and roll (+-25/+-6 degrees). Designed for projectors under 50 pounds, this model has a pre-assembled two-piece design with integrated cord management and 1.5-inch NPT compatibility.

The mid-level model is the JR2. This two-piece mount has an all-steel construction and 12 adjustment points. Six of those are for pitch (+-20 degrees) and six are for roll (+-8 degrees). Those tweaking options should mean that something a little heavier or something off-center can stay in place. Priced at $117, the JR2 is best suited for projectors up to 70 pounds.

Last in the new JR lineup is the JR3 SyncPro. Priced at $169, this model boasts a lead screw mechanism for precise adjustments. Just rotate the large knobs for all of the adjustments needed during installation. Best suited for projectors up to 70 pounds, it also has additional legs to expand the range and cover large or irregular mounting hole patterns.

You can find out more about all three JR models on Crimson AV’s website or check out the JR3 SyncPro in the video below.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.


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