Which Bluetooth projectors are best?
Projectors are great gadgets for showing family and friends footage from your latest adventure. It is also easy to create a theatre experience with a good-quality projector, but you’ll need the sound to match.
That’s where a Bluetooth projector gets the job done effortlessly. By pairing external speakers with the source, you can mimic the feeling of being in a film theater without people talking or eating loudly behind you.
Some projectors allow for more than just an audio connection. Bluetooth is also capable of transmitting video, so by pairing a mobile device to it, you and your friends can take turns sharing videos.
A projector needs a fair amount of space to produce the image against a flat surface, such as a wall or fabric, which is called the throwing distance. Generally, the further back you move a projector, the larger the image will be. But you don’t always have 10 or 20 feet of open space in a room.
That’s why the throwing distance is important, especially when considering a portable projector. But technology has made that somewhat easier, as many projectors now have ultra-short throwing distances.
From only a few inches away, a short-throw projector can create a 150-inch display. However, if you are planning on mounting the projector to your ceiling, the throwing distance shouldn’t be that much of a concern.