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Hi Bryan,

Hmm good point!

Any chance you could just draw air in one end of the soffit and exhaust it out the other end into the room?
If I had an inlet at one end of the rear soffit with pipe connected up to the inlet of the projector and vice versa for the outlet, do you think the fan inside the projector would be enough to push/pull the air?

Cheers,

Simon
 

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Thanks Carl,

In another thread I started I think Bryan suggested maybe framing the rear soffit and covering with fabric.
Hopefully this situation would give the illusion that the projector is closed in but still give the benefits of it being in an open area.

At the moment I have a Panasonic PT-AE1000.

Cheers,

Simon
 
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