BluRay suggestion for use with Optoma EP719
We have an outdoor theater setup that we've used for a few years. It's pretty basic, but works. Since we only use it 2-3 times per year and I forget the setup, it seems to be a panic trial and error experience with anxious guests every time. Once up and running, life is good. We don't need fancy or HD or 3D or Netflix or internet, etc, we just need to stick a movie in the blueray player inside the house and run the movie on the screen outside.
The projector we're using is a Optoma EP719 DLP and we're using the RCA connections.. It's older, but works for us. The screen is a large blowup that sits about 20 feet away. I have a newer TV (inside the house) with an assortment of output options. We've run an RCA cable from inside the house to a access box outside under the deck - so this feeds to the projector (which is outside) . The sound runs through an older stereo amp (that sits outside by the projector) and mounted outdoor speakers (yes, this actually works pretty good for ample sound). I need to replace my dvd player so am looking at a bluray player, but it has to have the right connections. I've had no help from clerks at the big box store and WM/Target has high schoolers in the electronics department.
This is my map (I think):
TV to DVD/BluRay (inside) to Projector (outside) via mounted RCA cables (yellow)
TV to DVD/BluRay (inside) to Stereo Amp (outside) via mounted RCA cables (red/white) to outside speakers.
I looked at the Samsung 5100 and 5700 today. I'm not entirely sure what I'm looking for on the backside of the bluray, but it looked like the 5700 might have the right plug ins in the back, but not the 5100.
Does anyone have any suggestions for other BluRay players - that are on the lower cost end but have the right stuff?
Thanks for your help.