Here’s How the Right AV Makes Your Sports Bar the Ultimate Super Bowl Spot
What You Need to Know for Your Next Audio Video Installation
It was a cold evening in early February when two giants of the game met on the gridiron.
Everyone expected it to be a spectacle, but nobody was prepared for what they were about to see.
Kickoff. Scoreless first quarter. But by the end of the first half, the Ravens had taken a seemingly overwhelming 18-point lead.
Then something strange happened. The Patriots turned it around and staged one of the most thrilling comebacks in the history of professional sports. The final score: 34 – 28, Patriots.
It was Super Bowl 51. It was good football.
And it’s the kind of excitement that you can capture again this year in your Moorestown, NJ sports bar. That is, if you have the right AV gear to make it happen.
How do you get that? This is where you find out. Here are some tips to get you started on designing the ultimate audio video installation in time for Super Bowl Sunday 2018.
Keep an Eye on the Ball With 4K Ultra HD
It happens to everyone.
They’re watching the game in their home media room, on their standard HD 40-inch display. Hike. Snapback. The receiver goes long, and – wait, what just happened?
In the era of endless replays, it might not seem like such a big deal that the average sports fan loses sight of the ball more often than anyone cares to admit.
But your eatery can offer something more: crystal clear presentation on large-format, flat-panel screens. Every detail stunningly rendered in crisp 4K Ultra HD for your patrons to enjoy.
When you invest in 4K Ultra HD, it’s more like looking out a window than watching a digital image.
Your customers will appreciate the high-quality images and amazing level of detail.
Capture the Action in HFR
What’s more, 4K displays do more that make the game look sharp. They actually make it easier to watch.
Here’s something many people don’t know: your average movie or TV show is typically shot and played back at 24 frames per second. It adds depth and texture to the images.
On the other hand, pro football games are shot and played back at 60 frames per second.
However, most standard HDTVs aren’t capable of displaying true 60 fps. That leads to blurry looking motion and a lot of confused viewers.
On the other hand, a quality 4K Ultra HD display will playback your content in an NFL-appropriate high frame rate.
That helps flatten out the images, supports rapid movement and makes every detail of the game stand out.
These are just a couple of the ways 4K Ultra HD displays can help drive customers to your sports bar this season.
If you want some more cool, easy and free tips on designing an audio video installation that can help drive traffic to your bar or restaurant, we’re here to help.
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