Best Bluetooth Projectors

Steve Scott

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Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard that exchanges data between devices over a short distance using UHF radio waves (no, not the Weird Al Yankovic classic comedy film UHF). 🤣

Bluetooth is in everything. Alexa and Siri both use it, wireless earbuds use it, the sound bar I use for my TV uses it, and it is even in your car so you can talk on the phone while you drive. Bluetooth is becoming not just a major part of technology, but also a major part of our lives. Since this is the case, why would you settle for a projector that does not offer any bluetooth features?

There are plenty of bluetooth projectors on the market, and I have put together a list of some of the best ones to help you choose which one is the best fit for your viewing needs.

Bluetooth Projector Reviews - Our Top 4 Picks

BIGASUO Portable Bluetooth Projector

Key Features:

  • 2,400 Lumens
  • Contrast Ratio: 3,000:1
  • Resolution: 1920x1080P Full HD
  • Image Size: Up to 170 Inches
  • 80% Less Fan Noise

PROS

  • Very Portable
  • Amazing Value
  • 1080 Full HD High-Resolution Image Quality

CONS

  • Hard to set-up
  • Bad built-in speakers
  • No horizontal keystone

Overview:

Perfectly Portable

The BIGASUO Portable Bluetooth Projector is an especially great option for a Bluetooth projector. It is one of the best wireless projectors to take on the go. It is pretty small, and it is very lightweight.

The projector’s lamp uses 2,400 lumens. This makes it brighter than most other projectors. A brightness like this is certainly helpful with seeing the projected image clearly. It also makes it so that the room you want to use the projector in does not have to be completely dark.

The fan in this projector is 80% less noisy than fans in other projectors. This is great because fan noise can be a big deal breaker with other projectors. When you are watching a movie or playing a video game, you want to actually hear what is going on. A loud fan can be super annoying, so having such a quiet fan like this is an amazing feature.

The contrast ratio of the projector is 3,000:1. This is above average for the contrast ratio of a projector. The contrast ratio is how much brighter the whitest white is than the blackest black. This contrast ratio implies that the white is 3,000 times brighter than the black. A contrast ratio like this makes the colors on-screen appear extra vivid.

The resolution of the projected image is 1920x1080P. This resolution is full HD. Not only is HD the standard for visual media these days, but it also looks truly incredible. The size of the projected image can get up to 170 inches. If a TV screen is considered large at 80 inches, then think about the size of this projector image. It is more than double that. It is absolutely perfect for enjoying the beautiful 1080p HD visuals.

Downsides

Difficult to Set Up

The projector is rather difficult to set up and to change settings. It comes with an instruction manual, but it is pretty bare-bones. This is frustrating since it is already a complex device. It does not need to be anymore complicated than it already is.

If you have the projected image close to its maximum, the picture quality still looks great, but any subtitles or small letters or numbers appear blurry.

The built-in internal speakers in the projector are not that great. They are way too quiet and not very clear. An external speaker is highly recommended to use with this device. This is especially frustrating since you are already shelling out money for the projector, and now adding the cost of an external speaker will be even more cash.

The BIGASUO Portable Bluetooth Projector is overall a reliable and great quality Bluetooth projector. 

Gzunelic Android Full HD Theater Projector

Key Features:

  • 4,500 Lumens
  • Native Resolution: 1280x800P
  • Contrast Ratio: 6,000:1
  • Image Size: 60 to 200 Inches
  • Throw Distance: 6 to 20 feet
  • 50,000 Hours of Lamp Life

PROS

  • High Lumen ratio
  • Great for large rooms
  • Long lasting lamp

CONS

  • Extremely loud fans
  • Not actually Full HD

Overview:

The Gzunelic Android Full HD Theater Projector is one of the best home-theater projectors you will get for the price.

An Extremely Bright Image

The projector uses 4,500 lumens, so it is extremely bright. This is a lot brighter than most other projectors. The room does not even have to be that dark in order to see the screen, which is absolutely great.

This is especially helpful for those who want to do more than focus entirely on the screen. If you have friends over for some big-screen gaming and you order a pizza, you do not have to be stuck trying to eat in the dark.

This projector’s contrast ratio is also a lot higher than most other projectors. The contrast ratio of this one is 6,000:1. The average contrast ratio for projectors is typically around 2,500:1, so this one is truly amazing. The colors are exceptionally vibrant on the projected image because of this.

The native resolution of the projector is only 1280x800P, which is just a step below Full HD. True, it could definitely be a lot better, but the quality is still great enough to suffice for watching movies and playing video games with fantastic visuals on a huge projector screen.

The size of the projected image definitely makes up for that non-Full HD resolution. The picture can be anywhere from 60 inches to 200 inches. Having a TV screen that is somewhere between 60 inches and 80 inches, so this projector can produce an image that is enormous.

The max size still looks crystal clear, providing the ability to turn your living room into a miniature movie theater. This can take up an entire wall. Imagine binging on each of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films on a screen the size of your living room wall.

The throw distance of this projector is also pretty great. The projector has a throw distance from 6 feet to 20 feet. The throw distance of a projector indicates the minimum and maximum distance the device can be set up in order to have the clearest visuals possible. This particular throw distance allows you to mount the projector in very large living rooms or home theaters.

The lamp life of the Gzunelic Android Full HD Theater Projector is a whopping 50,000 hours long. Because of this, the lamp will last longer than you would ever need it to. That is about the equivalent of keeping the device on for 5 years straight, which I doubt any sane person would ever do. You probably will not need to change the bulb for a long time if you ever even have to do so.

Downsides

Even though the throw distance of the projector is extremely good, it can also be limiting. If you have a living space that would only allow you to have the projector mounted close to the 6 feet or under it, then you probably would want to get a different projector. If it is set up too close to the wall or screen, it can make the image quality appear blurry.

A Lower Resolution

Because the natural resolution of the projector is 1280x800p, it is not in Full HD like the name of the device claims. This is incredibly misleading and makes one wonder if anything else about it may be misleading as well. If it were in Full HD like the name leads one to think, the natural resolution would be a step above the 1280x800p and be 1920x1080p.

The fan on the projector is pretty loud, which can be a nuisance. You just want to enjoy your video game or movie in piece without an obnoxious sound being heard over it. This can also be annoying if you are someone who planned on using the projector do give a presentation at school or at the office and you were forced to talk over an unbearably loud fan noise.

The Gzunelic Android Full HD Theater Projector is an overall visually stunning and bright bluetooth projector that is perfect for many of your visual entertainment needs. 

WOWOTO Bluetooth Projector

Key Features:

  • 3,500 Lumens
  • Natural Resolution: 1280x800P
  • Image Size: 19 Inches to 300 Inches
  • Contrast Ratio: 10,000:1
  • Throw Distance 1.6 to 26 Feet

PROS

  • Very portable
  • Great contrast ratio
  • Versatile throw distance

CONS

  • Loud fan noise
  • Unresponsive remote

Overview:

Easy to Take On the Go

The WOWOTO Bluetooth Projector is a particularly impressive piece of equipment. It is really small and super lightweight, which makes it portable and easy to take on the go, whether it is to your school or office to give a presentation, or to your friend’s house to play Mario Party​, since it's one of the best projectors for gaming.

The projector’s lamp uses 3,500 lumens of brightness. Considering that the average amount of lumens for a projector is around 2,000 or 2,500, this is very bright. Obviously, you would want a projector to be able to produce as bright of an image as possible to make it easier to see, and this definitely does the trick.

The natural resolution of this projector is 1280x800p. Like I previously stated, this is a step below being in Full HD. However, it is as great as the visuals can get without them being 1920x1080p. That being said, this projector is still able to support other devices that are in Full HD, which makes your Blu-ray player still able to look beautiful through the projector.

I absolutely love the range of the throw distance this projector has. The throw distance is 1.6 feet to 26 feet. Having such a large range like this means that the projector can be set up in the tiniest of rooms and in the largest. It can be set up as close as 1.6 feet from the wall or screen or as far as 26 feet and provide you with a crystal clear image. It is honestly perfect for any size room. It makes it an extremely versatile projector.

The contrast ratio is 10,000:1. Because of this, the colors are going to pop a lot more than what you would see on the majority of other projectors. The projected image will look exceptionally wonderful because of this. The image size of the projected image that can be from 19 inches to 300 inches definitely adds to this great contrast ratio to make for one of the most incredible viewing or gaming experiences possible. With this projector, you can have the pleasure of seeing beautiful visuals on a screen that is more than three times the size of an 80 inch television.

The Bluetooth functionality this projector is everything you could ever need. It allows the projector to be connected to laptops, smartphones, wireless speakers, tablets, and more without the use of any wires.

Downsides

Not Quite HD

As stated above, the natural resolution is not in Full HD. Because of this, other projectors on the market will have better quality. However, that does not mean that the visual quality on this particular one is poor by any means.

The remote that comes with it is not very good. It does not always do what you want on the first button press. Most of the time, for it to do what you want, you have to e aiming the remote at the exact right spot. This is annoying for projectors in particular. With TVs, you aim the remote directly at the screen for it to work. With a projector, aiming a remote at the projected image will not do anything. You have to turn around and point it at the device itself, which is not exactly convenient.

This is another projector that suffers from loud fan noise. The fan successfully cools the unit, which is the important thing. However, it is still an annoying sound to hear over your video game or movie.

The WOWOTO Bluetooth Projector is one of the most useful bluetooth projectors out there because of its portability, throw distance, and image size. 

BeVision Smart Bluetooth Video Projector

Key Features:

  • 2,000 Lumens
  • Contrast Ratio: 1,500:1
  • Image Size: Up to 180 inches
  • Low Fan Noise

PROS

  • Almost no fan noise
  • Extremely expensive
  • Great connectivity

CONS

  • Low contrast ratio
  • Bad built-in speakers
  • Low resolution

Overview:

The Gzunelic Android Full HD Theater Projector is one of the best quality bluetooth projectors you will get for the price.

A Cheaper Option

The BeVision Smart Bluetooth Video Projector is one of the best cheap projectors out there.

The low fan noise is one of the best things about this projector. Loud fan noise is a common issue for projectors to have, so it’s nice to have a projector where that is not the case. You can hear you movie or video game with no extra noises annoying you.

The contrast ratio of 1,500:1 is not quite as great as some of the other projectors out there, but it still suffices. Despite it having a somewhat low contrast ratio, the colors are still as vibrant as you’d want.

The projector uses 2,000 lumens. This is pretty bright. It is the average amount of lumens for a projector, so it is as bright as most projectors typically are.

The size of the projected image can reach up to 180 inches. This an ideal size for viewing any of your favorite movies. This is a lot bigger than any TV screen you can get.

The bluetooth function allows you to run apps from the Google store, which I think is a really cool feature.

Downsides

Low Visual Quality

The resolution is pretty low. It’s only 854x540P. This is significantly lower than HD. It still had a visible picture, but it’s not as clear as it should be.

The audio also has some issues. It goes in and out, making it annoying and pointless to try to use without an external speaker.

The remote that it comes with only works sporadically. You have to use the buttons on the device itself to make sure it does what you want it to. This renders the remote worthless.

If you are looking to own a bluetooth projector, but are on a budget, the BeVision Smart Bluetooth Video Projector may be the right one for you. 

Questions and Answers

What is Bluetooth?

Bluetooth is a wireless technology used to link devices together so that the multiple devices can communicate wirelessly.

What is the difference between Bluetooth and WiFi?

Bluetooth is used to connect multiple devices together without using cables, WiFi is a wireless connection that allows access to the Internet. 

Does Bluetooth cost any money to use?

Using Bluetooth does not cost anything. It is a short range communication protocol, which does not use your data plan like WiFi does.

My name is Steve Scott. Father of 2 and owner of Outdoor Movie HQ. I’ve been involved in the A/V industry for most of my life and built this blog to help people better understand projector technology. Please leave a comment if you have any questions.

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