What type of light is best for over a pool table? Light bulb? Fluorescent
spaghetti? One of those weird spectrums of halogen? Do you know what is
used for tournaments?
$.02 -Ron Shepard
> > What type of light is best for over a pool table? Light bulb?
> > spaghetti? One of those weird spectrums of halogen? Do you know what is
> > used for tournaments?
> You want a lot of light. I personally like fluorescent lights
> because they spread the light over the full table. I recommend
> either two 4-ft fixtures end-to-end (with either 2 or 4 tubes each),
> or one 8-ft fixture (with two tubes). The shorter 4-ft bulbs are a
> little easier to buy, transport, and install. Also, I think you have
> a little wider choice of color and wattage with 4-ft bulbs. Also, I
> recommend using a mirrored egg-crate kind of filter rather than a
> solid diffuser. These direct the light down onto the table a little
> $.02 -Ron Shepard
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