Get your home theater ready for summer movies with up to 64% off these gadgets

Did ya see Godzilla vs. Kong last week? With April upon us, the start of the traditional summer movie blockbuster season is here, but this is going to be unlike any movie season we've ever seen before.

While some films will be exclusive to theaters, a handful of the biggest releases of the summer will also be debuting on streaming services at home, including heavyweights like Cruella, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, In the Heights, Space Jam: A New Legacy, and yes, Marvel's Black Widow.

With that kind of firepower coming to your home screen, you better have the home theater to match. Right now, check out these deals with savings up to 64 percent on 18 home projectors, sound systems, and other accessories to make your home viewing experience every ounce as awesome as the multiplex.

Starter projectors

Ultra HD 1080P Wireless Intelligent Home Projector – $79.95; originally $199

If you're looking to make the switch from a giant TV to a projection unit, here's a great place to start. Connect it to your phone via Wi-Fi or plug in an HDMI cable, and this projector will cast a large 200-inch image in gorgeous 1080p resolution.

Minolta MN673 Mini LCD Projector – $99.99; originally $149

At just 8 inches across, you can stash this mini projector almost anywhere all but unseen — until it's time to cast a 120-inch high-quality image onto any surface, that is. This projector has loads of versatility, connecting via HDMI, USB, or even MicroSD inputs.

AAXA projectors

AAXA BP1 100-Lumen nHD Speaker Projector – $143.99; originally $164

Both of these AAXA projectors fit in the palm of your hand. It only depends on the level of projection power you need. The BP1 throws a 100-lumen light, projecting up to a 60-inch image, as this premium DLP projector packs in a Bluetooth speaker that produces 12 watts of room-filling sound with up to 24 hours of battery life.

AAXA P7 600-Lumen Full HD DLP Pico Projector – $377.99; originally $399

Meanwhile, the P7 delivers true native 1080p resolution from a bright 600 Lumen bulb and a 120-inch projected image. And with Bluetooth connectivity, you're also equipped for direct mirroring from most USB-C compatible devices like smartphones.

Projectors under $200

60,000 Lumen Mini Wi-Fi Multi-Port Projector – $199.95; originally $299

Adjust your image from just 30 inches across all the way up to 150 inches — and this projector makes it simple. Multi-port connections make it easy to connect your phone, tablet, or laptop — and it's even got a built-in stereo speaker to handle all of your audio needs.

Vankyo Performance V600 1080P LED Projector – $199.99

The V600 has a contrast ratio of 5000:1, delivering 3 times the detail and precision of a 720p projector. At 80 percent brighter than competing projectors and a display capability up to 300 inches, the lamp in the V600 is also built to last, rated for over 10 years of daily service.

Prima 1080p HD Pocket Projector – $199 after code PRIMA; originally $799

Portable, slim, and no bigger than an iPhone, this Prima projector has 4 times the brightness of other portables. With 1080p HD images cast up to 200 inches across, this pocket unit brings movie night wherever you go. 

Use the code PRIMA during checkout to take $200 off the price of the Prima projector.

Premium projectors

PIQO Powerful 1080p Mini Projector – $279.99; originally $799

TechWalls called the PIQO "too good to ignore" — and with 1080p resolution at up to 240 inches across, you'll likely agree. With both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, the PIQO can cast virtually anything from almost any of your devices onto any surface. It also serves up to 5 hours of viewing time on a single charge.

4K HD DLP Pocket Projector – $299.99; originally $499

They don't call this a pocket cinema for nothing — it really does fit in your pocket. All you do is connect this projector via Bluetooth or MiraCast Mirror Display to your phone and you're ready to roll video of up to 4K quality — even 3D images — onto your screen up to 120 inches across.

Cinemood 360 Bundle: First Interactive Projector with 360 Motion Capability – $399; originally $499

The Cinemood 360 isn't just the first 360-degree capable interactive projector. It was also built with the family in mind. No plugs, cables, or cords, this handheld projector is ready for kids to play immersive, interactive motion and learning games through its built-in access to Netflix, Amazon Prime Videos, Youtube, AmebaTV, and more.


Rveal Digital Indoor HDTV Antenna – $19.99; originally $29

Ditch cable forever with this indoor HD antenna that can bring in all your local channels in seconds. Super-thin with extended range and easy set-up, this antenna will make it simple to cut the cord on your monthly cable bill forever.

Monster Aegis 80: Indoor/Outdoor Full HD TV Antenna – $49.99; originally $79

The Monster Aegis is every bit the monster it claims to be, unfurling a range of 80 miles. For viewers in rural or urban areas alike, the built-in ClearSignal technology sharpens the picture by reducing grain and amplifying signal quality for the best possible image. It's also built to work through severe weather conditions as well.

TV mounts

Monster Flat TV Mount – $19.99; originally $34

If you're sticking with a TV, at least get it up off the coffee table. Monster makes a variety of wall mounts for that true cinema-esque feeling. You can go with the flat-mount for TV from 32 to 60 inches or step up to the tilt mount for screens up to 75 inches (on sale for $34.99) with up to 8 degrees of tilt for optimal viewing.

Universal Flat-Panel TV Articulating Wall Mount – $59.99; originally $70

In case you need an even more extreme bend on your monitor to get a good look, this articulated wall mount folds almost flat but swings out to spin your monitor into nearly any viewing position you need. VESA-compliant and constructed from quality materials, it also brings peace of mind for those who fear a TV mounting malfunction.

Streaming accessories

Tunai Wand Bluetooth Transmitter for TV – $49.99; originally $59

Wouldn't it be great if all your devices were Bluetooth devices? The Wand makes it happen, auto-pairing your TV, game console, home stereo, or other tech to function like Bluetooth devices. With dual aptX, there's no audio lag, so now, you can watch TV while listening to your earphones seamlessly.

Sound systems

Pioneer PSP-C22 Andrew Jones Designed Center Channel Speaker – $79.99; originally $149

Here's how you anchor your entire home theater sound system. This center channel speaker designed by renowned audio engineer Andrew Jones is optimized with superior components and acoustics to serve up clear, tight sound. If you strain to hear dialogue being drowned out by everything else in your audio mix, this premium speaker will clean it all up.

Klipsch Reference Theater Pack Surround Sound System – $419.99; originally $999

Clean, natural sound is the calling card of this comprehensive Klipsch system, all packed into a comparatively tiny footprint. The clarity of the Tractrix Horn technology along with the aluminum tweeters is balanced by the down-firing wireless subwoofer designed to fill the room with low frequencies without actually filling the room in size.

Prices subject to change.