Outdoor movie night! Travel films, music video karaoke and other fun stuff (1 Viewer)

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looking over the projector, someone at the very least should also bring a portable speaker with an auxiliary input and a 3.5mm male to male cord just so we have all our bases covered and don't just show up without sound that everyone can hear.

Also for some movie suggestions:
I got Emmet Otter's Jugband Christmas on DVD as well as Space Jam

also also FUCK yes karaoke
 
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looking over the projector, someone at the very least should also bring a portable speaker with an auxiliary input and a 3.5mm male to male cord just so we have all our bases covered and don't just show up without sound that everyone can hear.

i will be bringing at least one bluetooth/3.5 jack speaker, hopefully others will bring theirs as well.
 

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i will be bringing at least one bluetooth/3.5 jack speaker, hopefully others will bring theirs as well.

I can bum my road dawg's ION Pathfinder 3 speaker

So....I have an ION Pathfinder 4 bluetooth speaker someone got me for my birthday that I will plan to bring. The battery life on it is good for days. It also has a wireless phone charger thingy on it.

And if we get the next round of stimulus checks, I may just spring for a good portable power plant to bring, so e'ryone can be able to charge phones, charge movie projector, etc
 

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So....I have an ION Pathfinder 4 speaker someone got me for my birthday that I will plan to bring. The battery life on it is good for days. It also has a wireless phone charger thingy on it.

And if we get the next round of stimulus checks, I may just spring for a good portable power plant to bring, so e'ryone can be able to charge phones, charge movie projector, etc
cool, i have a decent power bank i can bring along as well.
 

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Hey folks, so I'm looking at getting a movie projector, along with a power source to do some movies and possibly other fun stuff at the Jamboree. I'm thinking a selection of travel films and possibly a music video collection people can sing along to if they want :) We can get a completely decent projector for about $50, we just need a way to power it (cheap generator? @iamwhatiam and @CrowTheBard maybe you have ideas for this?) So yeah, I would like to get folk's input and suggestions for what to play!
So where and when is this going to be happening?
 

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