I’ve been asked to exhibit some of my charcoal sketches in an art exhibition… they will be in video format and I’d like to project them onto a wall space. Am just exploring how I could do this… bear with me, my latent technophobia lurches forward at these times. I have no real money to spare on fancy gear but saw this budget projector in a review list : https://www.amazon.com/Projector-1280x768-Resolution-Compatible-Smartphone/dp/B01M9K63F4
It’s not super bright but for the price, may do… it would be used in daylight. Now… I may or may not have music to go with this project… but then I read the specs:
Input Connectors: VGA + USB2.0 +AV + TV + HDMI
Output Connectors: HDMI + 3.5mm headset jack
Input Video Compatibility: Analog RGB
Other Interface: 2 x HDMI (1.1-1.4), 2 x USB
Does that mean I could plug external speakers into the headset jack?
I thought I could use a tablet to play the images into the projector but this is all a bit new and challenging for me so any helpful suggestions would be great. If I’m buying a projector, I’d want to get something that could potentially play semi decent sounds for playing videos… the best for my buck but… hmm, champagne tastes on a beer income.
Any thoughts advice gratefully received! Rather than buy something just for this project I’d rather buy something that I could get more use out of and I do have some thoughts for future live work .