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What is HDR (High Dynamic Range)\"HDR\" stands for High Dynamic Range and refers to color depth. HDR offers better contrast, greater brightness levels and a wider color palette. It's about making TV shows/movies look a bit more like real life.

An outdoor projector offers a wonderful way to enjoy an entertaining evening with family and friends. Before hosting another backyard movie night, users should consider upgrading their current model to one of the best outdoor projectors on our list, which have all been hands-on tested.

Though similar to their indoor classroom-office counterparts, projectors for outdoor movies are significantly brighter, have a clearer picture, and can be used on larger screens than models intended for slideshow presentations.

All of the projectors we tested rank high for technical specifications, price, and performance but vary regarding ease of setup and operation, included features, audio quality, and picture quality in both low- and bright-light conditions. Here are the best outdoor movie projector options for backyard entertainment.

Our guide addresses many issues and concerns shoppers typically have about outdoor movie projectors. Despite our efforts, additional questions often crop up about lighting, resolution, and setup. Many shoppers also wonder whether these devices are waterproof. Here are answers to the most commonly asked questions about outdoor movie projectors.

There are numerous resolutions found on flat-panel TVs. Older TVs, and many 32-inch models sold today, have a million or so pixels (720p). More recent and slightly larger TVs (typically 49 inches and smaller) have a little over 2 million pixels (1080p). Even newer and bigger TVs (typically 50 inches and above, although numerous smaller sizes too) have 8 million (for 4K Ultra HD). And the newest, largest and most ridiculously expensive TVs have over 33 million pixels (8K). You'll have to look very closely, or whip out a magnifying glass, to discern each one.

One potential source of confusion is that 4K means something different whether you're talking about a TV in your home, or a projector in a theater. Technically, "4K" means a horizontal resolution of 4,096 pixels. This is the resolution set forth by the Digital Cinema Initiatives. Because movies vary in aspect ratio, which refers to the exact shape of the rectangle of screen, no vertical resolution is specified.

But now that "4K" has gained traction as a term used to describe TVs and content, "2K" is becoming increasingly common as shorthand for the 1080p resolution used by most smaller and older HDTVs, as well as Blu-ray.

Remember how we talked about digital cinema resolutions only specifying the horizontal resolution Well TVs, on the other hand, have historically used the vertical to describe resolution (going back to the glass tube days). So 1080p is the vertical resolution. Nearly all HDTVs have an aspect ratio of 1.78:1 (16:9, aka "widescreen"), so that means a horizontal resolution of 1,920 pixels (1,920x1,080).

Roughly half the number of pixels of 1080p. It's rare to find a TV that's 720p anymore. However, all ABC, Fox, ESPN, and their affiliated/sister channels broadcast at 720p. This goes back to the initial HD transition at the turn of the century. And if you're wondering why your TV doesn't say "720p" on those channels, check this out.

When you boil it all down, here's the takeaway: Older and smaller TVs are HD, 1080p. Nearly all new TVs are 4K Ultra HD, which have four times as many pixels as 1080p. Someday you might have an 8K or even 10K TV, but that's a l-o-o-o-o-ng way away.

The film has a score of 36% on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 28 reviews; on Metacritic, the film had a score of 45 out of 100 (mixed or average) based on 23 reviews. Film critic Roger Ebert noted Mad City is inspired by the film Ace in the Hole and gave the movie two stars (out of four), writing: "The movie knows what it wants to do, but lacks the velocity for lift-off.


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