With these recommendations for a projector and screen, it will be possible for you to plan and arrange your own backyard movie night in quick time. The products that I suggest are all road-tested by the Outdoor Movie Projectors website, and have excellent online reviews, as well as being very simple to set up. This outdoor movie screen and projector package comes in at less than $500 with everything that you need.
By setting this screen and projector up you can watch movies in your backyard. The projector can also be used indoors so you aren’t restricted on having to depend on the weather.
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This is quite simply amazing, with a 3,800-lumen rating meaning you will get crisp and clear video on your movie night. You can connect it to any type of media player or storage device from as far as 30 feet to the screen.
Outdoor Movie Screen
JWSIT Portable Outdoor Projector Screen + Stand
This is a great value 100-inch widescreen designed for high definition movies at a 16:9 ratio. It’s light, can be set up in minutes, and uses a high-quality screen material to offer a flicker-free display.
The packages that I recommend do not include additional aspects that you will need in order to put on a successful backyard movie party. I assume you will already have these items but if you don’t here’s what you need to know.
You Will Need a Media Player or Storage Device to Play Movies From
With this projector, you can plug in any of the following device types to play movies or sports from:
- iPhone, iPad, Mac
- Android phones and tablets
- Computer, PC, laptop
- Blu-Ray player
- DVD player
- Game consoles include Playstation and Xbox
- Amazon Firestick
- USB flash drives or hard discs
This projector comes with the following port types:
- 3.5MM Audio in/out
- HDMI 1.4
- VGA composite RCA,
- Mini-USB input
It also comes with a free VGA cable, remote control, and a quick start guide. You will have zero issues pluging any video source or player into this projector.
You Will Need Speakers
The outdoor movie projector package I recommend above does come with built-in speakers, but they probably won’t offer a great audio experience if there’s a group of people attending your night.
I always recommend that you hook speakers into your media player or the actual projector. This is simple enough to do, and you can either use the speakers that come with your media player or purchase some additional ones to give you a beefier sound.
If you want additional sound, then the best speakers that would be compatible with this projector would be the following ones (please note this projector is not Bluetooth, so you will need to wire them into the projector using the inputs ports or connect them via Bluetooth to your actual media player – my preferred option).