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Be the king of the neighborhood with the Open Air Home Screen 14' Inflatable Projection Screen!. It is simply gorgeous, affordable, ultra light weight, and ready to turn any backyard into a phenomenal home theater experience.
The wide screen inflatable screen is easier to set up than a pup tent and is easily transportable. The 166-inch diagonal movie screen weighs about 14 pounds and fits inside a small stuff sack, which you can take anywhere.
The Open Air Home Series screens just got even better! Now, every screen features a removable, zip-off projection surface for easy cleaning, and a zip off backing for easy rear projection! In addition, every Open Air Cinema Home Screen now comes with a blower muffler box at no extra cost!
Virtually any venue can become a theater now. With the Open Air Home Screen you can affordably enjoy your favorite movies by the pool, in your backyard, or at a BBQ on the beach. Open Air Cinema manufactures its screens in the United States under the highest of standards to ensure quality, durability and ease of use.
12ft x 7ft Open Air Home Screen. Widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio. Inflatable Movie Screen
Air Vents: Tight zippered, easy access for quick deflation
From ground: 3'2" (96.5cm)
Frame Dimension: 13.5' x 11' x 1.5' (4.11m x 3.35m x 46cm)
Screen Weight: 14lbs (6.35kg)
Blower: 1/4 HP
Shipping Weight: 31lbs (14kg)
Inflate time: <20 seconds
Included Items: Durable Twist Stakes, Cinch Straps
Wind rating: 20mph (audiences generally leave by this point)
Warranty: 1 Year
Open Air Home Screen - 14' Inflatable Projection Screen
5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
I would recommend this item to a friend.
February 10, 2010
I bought this set up for a superbowl party and was totally impressed. I had about 75 people watching. Most were 50 plus feet away staying warm around a bonfire. It was a little windy so I was concerned how a blow up screen would perform. The screen was sturdy hardly moved at all. Any wind gusts were only noticable if you were watching for it. The projector I used was the Sanyo PDGDW100L. I ran a long coax cable to my HD cable box outside and the picture was beautiful. I only had to set the projector back about 8 feet or so to fill up the whole screen. I used the Behringer (never heard of them) EPA900 PA system and it sounded great at half volume. At halftime I cranked it to nearly full volume for the Who show. I was blowing away everyone (and I'm sure making my neighbors angry) and at one point it triggered an overload on my surge protector/power strip and everything shut down for a few minutes while we figured out what happened. I reset the power strip and everything cranked right back up. I'll have a better surge protector next time!
Easy to set up. One person can do it.