Ask any bar owner, restaurateur or hospitality entrepreneur and he or she will tell you that there are three secrets to running a successful sports bar: serve good beer, good food, and keep the customer entertained.
You worry about the chicken wings. We’ll provide the entertainment.
You focus on perfecting your chicken wings recipe, we’ll handle the entertainment.
Projectors provide the lowest cost per inch compared to any display on the market, including flat screens and plasmas. Projectors are also easier to move and ship than televisions. Read more about why projectors are better than flat screens »
We’ve helped hundreds of customers, including the sports bar chain Dave and Buster’s, outfit their establishments with projectors that provide larger than life football, baseball and hockey.
These 120 inches of big screen goodness not only keep the customers entertained. They also keep the customers in their seats, buying more of your chicken wings and beer.
Ready to make a smart investment in your bar or restaurant, or ready to upgrade your current system? Here are five tips to help you pick the perfect projector.
Sports Bar Projector Tips
Tip One: Turn Off The Lights
In a room with controlled lighting you can safely get away with a 2,000-lumen projector. Brighter spaces will need a projector with at least 3,500 lumens.
Tip Two: Go For HD
Projectors with the HD (1920 x 1080) resolution will give you the best image and the greatest connection flexibility. The XGA (1024 x 768) or Wide XGA (1280 x 800) resolutions are your next best bet.
The 4,000-lumen BenQ SP890 projector provides bright HD video for sports bars and sports fans.
Tip Three: Stock Up On Replacement Lamps
Projector lamps typically last 2,000 to 4,000 hours. All of our projectors ship with at least one lamp. We recommend stocking up on a few spares so you don’t go dark the day of the big game. Or check out Casio’s lamp-free projectors »
Tip Four: No Smoking
Some projector manufacturers may not honor a warranty in a smoky environment because smoke can do damage to the optic system. The good news is, most customers never have to use their warranty. If you project in a smoky room, give us a call and we’ll iron out the warranty details before your purchase.
Tip Five: Read Our Buyers Guide
Learn more in our projectors for sports bar and hospitality buyer’s guide » Or call us at 1-888-248-0675 if you have any questions.