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Golf Simulator Projector Floor Mount Enclosure

$299.99

Are your looking to buy Golf Simulator Projector Floor Mount Enclosure for your golf playing experience better, Here we have summarized the advance benefits, pricing, product comparison, shopping discount code(if available currently) & few of customer feedback for your reference, read it fully and choose it your own Golf Simulator Projector Floor Mount Enclosure.

Description

Projector Shield Floor Mount Enclosure for Golf Simulator Projectors

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The latest creation from the Shop Indoor Golf team. The Projector Shield enclosure for short throw projectors allows you to place your golf simulator projector on the floor rather than hanging it from the ceiling.

This projector EH200ST Golf Simulator eliminates the need to install a ceiling mount, electricity, and video wires in your room.

Made out of indestructible 3/8″ ABS plastic, the Projector Shield fully encases your projector, isolating it from your carpet and the surrounding environment.

The turf covered ramp design allows you to place it either beside or in front of the tee area with no worries, as any low shots will simply glide up the turf and continue into your screen. 

The Projector Shield features air vent slots on both sides of the enclosure to prevent the projector from overheating and allow it to cool naturally. This built in cooling system for your projector ensures that no additional fans are needed.

This product is recommended for use with Short Throw projectors and works with our Optoma EH200ST and Optoma EH412ST Short Throw Projectors.

Golf Simulator Projector Floor Mount Enclosure

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The Projector Shield enclosure for short throw projectors allows you to place your golf simulator projector on the floor rather than hanging it from the ceiling.

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This projector enclosure eliminates the need to install a ceiling mount, electricity, and video wires in your room. Made out of indestructible 3/8″ ABS plastic, the Projector Shield fully encases your projector, isolating it from your carpet and the surrounding environment.

The turf covered ramp design allows you to place it either beside or in front of the tee area with no worries, as any low shots will simply glide up the turf and continue into your screen.

The Projector Shield features air vent slots on both sides of the enclosure to prevent the projector from overheating and allow it to cool naturally. This built in cooling system for your projector ensures that no additional fans are needed.


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Projector Shield Enclosure Dimensions

  • Width: 14 in
  • Height: 7.25 in
  • Depth: 23 in
Projector Shield Interior Dimensions
  • Width: 9.5 in
  • Height: 4.75 in
  • Depth: 12.5 in

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Black Friday Deals DiscountProGuard Short Throw Projector Floor Mount allows you to place your projector on the floor instead of mounting it to the ceiling. Avoid having to climb a ladder and drilling holes in your ceiling. Make your golf simulator setup completely portable with the ProGuard Short Throw Projector Floor Mount.

ProGuard Short Throw Projector Floor Mount’s interior space available for the projector is 14.5″W x 6.5″H x 13″D. Compatible with all we offer.

Proudly manufactured in the USA, ProGuard Projector Floor Mount is made or heavy-duty ABS plastic with aplywood top cover providing an incredibly durable enclosure for your projector. ProGuard Floor Mount hasmultiple ventilation openings allowing for air movement through the enclosure which eliminates projectoroverheating. In addition, the floor mount is equipped with a USB-powered whisper-quiet fan helping vent out hotair from the inside of the enclosure. The top of the ProGuard Mount features a unique design allowing the ball tocontinue its flight into the screen without bouncing back at the golfer. It is so durable that it will not break if you accidentally step on it.


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The exceptional quality and craftsmanship of the ProGuard Floor Mount provide you with a beautiful enclosure that complements any golf simulator setup and protects your projector from accidental damage.

Easy Two-Step Assembly:

Create a perfect absolutely portable golf simulator setup with the ProGuard Short Throw Projector Floor Mount.

  • Step 1 – place your projector on the bottom panel of the enclosure.
  • Step 2 – place the top cover aligning the indents on the bottom part with the outdents of the top cover.

10 reviews for Golf Simulator Projector Floor Mount Enclosure

  1. Olivia

    Solid Component!
    It works to perfection….many balls have hit it and it has repelled them all!!

  2. Oliver

    Everything I needed it to be
    This high quality product allows me to swing in my simulator with the confidence that I will not damage my projector from a ricochet ball. The turf insert is perfect for completing the look and feel of a golf simulator. Totally worth the cost.

  3. Noah

    Awesome Floor Mount
    Floor mount is perfect. Very well made. Great design. Also an outstanding YouTube video on setting the mount up for your projector. Thank you.

  4. Liam

    Good Quality
    Its nicely made, but returned mine for ceiling mount.

  5. Emma

    Amazing Customer Service!!!!
    I called and spoke with customer support. Absolutely 100% best in the business!!!!!! They had anwsers and were able to solve all of my questions!!!! Hands down an amazing company to work with!!!!!

  6. Alexander

    Solid Component!

    It works to perfection….many balls have hit it and it has repelled them all!!

  7. Evelyn

    Floor enclosure

    Excellent very fast shipping great product

  8. Henry

    Perfect for our Simulator

    Amazing product. Amazing company. Shipped out within an hour. Easy to set up and couldn’t be happier

  9. Isabella

    Excellent customer support

    This company stands by its products. I had an issue with a product and they resolved it right away. My overall experience was terrific.

  10. Benjamin

    Very solid product

    This case is very well made and protects the projector very well. I highly recommend it.

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  1. Floor mounted enclosures using lamp projectors. ...
  2. Ceiling mount using short throw laser projectors. ...
  3. Ceiling or cart mounted using regular throw projectors with lens shift.
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Your projector is designed to be installed on a wall or ceiling (with the included mount). You can also place the projector\u00a0on almost any flat surface\u00a0(with the optional floor stand) to project an image in a portable setup, or on a lighting track (with the optional lighting track mount).

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About 7-8 feet\u00a0from the screen is completely okay to avoid a ball bouncing off the screen and coming back to hit a projector, and no more than 3 or 4 feet behind the player to avoid shadows.

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https://youtu.be/o-lG1sfwzms

This is the projector that i use that is a 4k projector. But it is not a short throw projector. So what you're going to want to do is on the calculator. You're going to leave the aspect ratio to 69.
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Most projectors provide keystone correction of\u00a0+/-30 degrees or more, which allows you to square off the image if you end up tilting the projector to aim it at the screen.

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You\u00a0can use your projector at an angle, just be ready to make some adjustments to the image. Chances are, it will be off-center or distorted at first. This doesn't necessarily mean that you need to move the projector, there are ways you can bring the image into focus, either with keystone correction or lens shift.

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We'd suggest mounting your projector\u00a0on the ceiling or your enclosure centered on your impact screen, but if you do place the projector off to the side so that that image looks distorted or skewed, you should check your projector's settings for keystone controls.
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If you plan to keep your room dark, we recommend a projector with\u00a0no less than 2000 lumens. It would be wise to invest in a projector that produces 3000+ lumens, so you can be sure that you'll have a bright and clear image at all times.

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Hello Mike,

It would not, the BenQ is too wide for the projector shield.

Hello Jason,

It is compatible with the 1080HDR. We built it to fit several projectors, and the 1080 has the same body as the 412, which is was our go to for the Floor Enclosure.

Hello John,

It depends on the BenQ. I know the MX-825 and TH671 do fit in it, but I don’t think the more expensive ones do.

Let’s take a look at the three locations.
  1. Floor mounted enclosures using lamp projectors. …
  2. Ceiling mount using short throw laser projectors. …
  3. Ceiling or cart mounted using regular throw projectors with lens shift.

Your projector is designed to be installed on a wall or ceiling (with the included mount). You can also place the projector on almost any flat surface (with the optional floor stand) to project an image in a portable setup, or on a lighting track (with the optional lighting track mount).

About 7-8 feet from the screen is completely okay to avoid a ball bouncing off the screen and coming back to hit a projector, and no more than 3 or 4 feet behind the player to avoid shadows.

This is the projector that i use that is a 4k projector. But it is not a short throw projector. So what you’re going to want to do is on the calculator. You’re going to leave the aspect ratio to 69.
 

Most projectors provide keystone correction of +/-30 degrees or more, which allows you to square off the image if you end up tilting the projector to aim it at the screen.

12-16 inches
 
Keep enough space between the screen and any walls or objects behind it to avoid contact when the screen is hit. This actual distance required will depend on the force of your swing, but in most cases 12-16 inches is recommended.

You can use your projector at an angle, just be ready to make some adjustments to the image. Chances are, it will be off-center or distorted at first. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to move the projector, there are ways you can bring the image into focus, either with keystone correction or lens shift.

We’d suggest mounting your projector on the ceiling or your enclosure centered on your impact screen, but if you do place the projector off to the side so that that image looks distorted or skewed, you should check your projector’s settings for keystone controls.
 
At HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution, the Optoma EH200ST is our pick for Best Projector for Golf Simulators. With this projector, you get a bright 3000 lumens HD quality image that allows for a life-like golf simulator experience.
 

If you plan to keep your room dark, we recommend a projector with no less than 2000 lumens. It would be wise to invest in a projector that produces 3000+ lumens, so you can be sure that you’ll have a bright and clear image at all times.

However a native 4:3 aspect ratio goes hand-in-hand with lower resolution than anyone would want for a golf simulator. So as a practical matter, you’ll generally want to use a projector resolution that has a native 16:9 or 16:10 aspect ratio, and adjust the image to give you a 4:3 aspect ratio plus letterboxing.