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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Take Your Projector On The Go With These Accessories

Sometimes it just feels good to get out of the house. But it isn’t always easy to peel yourself away from your home media center. Why not grab some projector accessories and take the home cinema on the go?

Just stop and think for a minute. Everybody in the cul-de-sac’s excited because they found out that you have a super cool mini projector. But you’ve got a few things to consider before schlepping your precious projector to neighbor’s backyard for a movie night. How’s everybody going to hear the sound without a speaker? Just what surface will you project the picture on? And are you really going to set your projector on a table next to some abandoned drinks and an overflowing ashtray? Oh no, you’re not falling for that again. That’s why it’s imperative for you to get organized before volunteering your ultra cool mini projector for any kind of work.

Now, imagine that your pesky neighbor wants you to bring your mini projector for a camping trip in the damp dark woods. You’ll want to find a way to keep the battery alive, for sure. And you may have to get creative with a screen and a tripod… Honestly, you should have prepared for everything sooner instead of waiting until the last minute! Lucky for you, we’ve researched the best mini projector accessories for taking your mini projector on the go. We’ve kept versatility in mind, so you can rest assured knowing that these accessories are useful in any context, from a camping trip to a late night barbecue.

Blina 120” Portable Projector Screen ($76)

If you’re going to be projecting a video, then you ought to bring a screen along. The quality difference between a real projector screen and the side of a building is genuinely staggering, and the last thing that you want to see your favorite movie projected on is a textured wall (or worse, a bunch of trees). The Blina 120″ is a safe, good-looking, and portable screen. It only weighs 13 pounds and can break down into a polyester sleeve, so you can carry it around or leave it in your car. You don’t have to worry about it falling down into some mud, because the Blina’s frame is beveled in a way that distributes weight and balances the screen.

Few will see the 120″ screen size as a disappointment. A 120″ screen is big enough to give a large group of people a great cinema experience, and it’s honestly amazing that the Blina is so portable despite its size. Take note that the screen has no lining on the back, but that’s only ever an issue if there’s a light source coming from behind the screen.

Camp Chef Outdoor Movie Screen 144” ($198)

If the Blina is too small for you, then you should simply consider a bigger screen. The giant Camp Chef is incredibly self-indulgent, which means that it’s a perfect fit for anybody who’s trying to take their mini projector on the go. The Camp Chef is built with a steel frame that stakes deep into the ground, so you know that it’s not going to float away in the breeze. If you’re afraid that staking such a big screen into the ground isn’t enough, the Camp Chef can also be tied down with some included ropes.

Unlike the Blinda, the Camp Chef has a covered back to prevent light leakage. So if you’re the kind of person who’s always wanted to watch Star Wars in a parking lot (or anywhere with a lot of light pollution) then you may want to consider this screen. If you want to project onto the Camp Chef from behind, you can simply remove the back screen.

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