Invite Your Friends Over For The Best Home Theater Backyard Drive-In Experience

The CineBox From Open Air Cinema is a great way to entertain your friends for graduation parties, weddings, and small gatherings for the best home theater backyard drive-in experience for that great outdoor feeling like the time when we had drive-ins. The Portable Home CineBox comes with a Samsung BD-C8000 Blu-ray player, Rolls MX122 MiniMix Pro audio mixer, Optoma’s TX615 projector and a 12×7 foot inflatable screen for $2,699.00.

Open Air Cinema makes the CineBox as portable as possible, packing a Samsung BD-C8000 Blu-ray player and Rolls MX122 MiniMix Pro audio mixer — prewired together, conveniently, so they’re ready for action — into a plastic carrying case. Optoma’s blazingly bright TX615 projector comes in a case as well, no different than if you’d purchased it separately.

Everything else, well, you’ll need a wheelbarrow. A big drawstring bag stows the towering inflatable, which provides 12 by 7 feet of widescreen viewing goodness. As for the bundled Behringer Eurolive B208D speakers, they have no case, only a pair of cardboard boxes. Open Air Cinema also supplies four heavy-duty metal stakes for the screen, a pair of heavy-gauge cords for connecting the speakers to the mixer, and various other accessories. Again: wheelbarrow.

For the average person this might not be a wise investment but for someone who owns a rental company that specializes in renting those giant blowup playgrounds that have the slides, bouncing floors or whatever the case may be this could be a great rental item to offer for people who want to impress their friends and family with the best home theater backyard drive-in experience.

What would you use the Open Air CineBox for? We would love to hear your comments and feel free to share this post on Facebook.

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