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LCD Video Walls

LCD Video Walls

A video wall is a truly versatile display platform. A large video wall can offer you a dynamic creative digital canvas, to engage your audience.


Deliver your content to a full screen solution or create a multi-source display to promote your message on a big scale.


For environments where the content is displaying fine text or detail such as spreadsheets, architect drawings or maps, LCD will still offer you the best picture quality at the best price.


The Screens

LCD Displays are different to regular screens, they have ultra fine bezels (frames). When mounted and connected together you create a large screen with minimal bezel interruption to your display.


With LCD you usually choose from 49” or 55” screens, mounting in either portrait or landscape. Create a modern stylish flush set back display - set the screens back into a false wall or have a purpose built frame/surround to finish off.

9 Situations LCD Video Walls are perfect for

  • Screen size less than 4 metres in width.

  • In small board rooms, or close viewing environment

  • When content detail is critical

  • When full HD image quality is required:

    • Content shows detail text and information

    • Content includes detailed spreadsheet info or maps

  • When cost and budget is an important factor

  • Operations systems

  • Security Screens and CCTV screen banks


Video Wall Systems

Each video wall is different, not just in size but in setup and configuration, but also the way it works and is managed. The screens are only part of the picture, behind the screen there is a host of technology choices to make. So depending on what content you want to play, how many content sources and how you want to manage them, will determine the brains of your solution.


Using the latest technology, AV/IP, processors, media players, switchers, splitters, extenders/receivers and content management software, we will find th

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LCD Still Holds it's Place

Whilst the popularity of LED is increasing, the cost is still comparatively higher for the ultra-fine LED pixel pitch units. So, for close viewing and small 2×2 and 3×3 set ups LCD is usually still the preferred choice, unless it’s for outdoor use! 

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  • What is a digital signage display?
    A digital signage display is a visual communication tool that utilises digital screens to present dynamic content, such as images, videos, and text, to convey information or advertisements. These displays are commonly found in public spaces, retail stores, restaurants, and other commercial establishments.
  • What is needed for digital signage?
    To set up a digital signage system, you will need a few key components. Firstly, you will require a digital display, which can be a television screen, monitor, or video wall, depending on your needs. Secondly, you will need a media player or a digital signage player, which is a device that connects to the display and delivers the content. Additionally, you will need content management software to create, schedule, and manage the content on your digital signage display. Lastly, you will need an internet connection to connect the components and remotely manage the content.
  • What are the benefits of digital signage?
    Digital signage offers numerous benefits for businesses and organisations. Firstly, it allows for dynamic and engaging content delivery, capturing the attention of viewers and increasing the effectiveness of communication and advertising efforts. Secondly, it provides flexibility and ease of content management, allowing real-time updates, scheduling, and targeted messaging. Digital signage also offers cost savings by eliminating the need for printed materials and minimising maintenance costs. Additionally, it enhances the overall customer experience, provides opportunities for interactivity, and can generate additional revenue through advertising partnerships.
  • How do digital signage systems work?
    Digital signage systems work by combining hardware, software, and connectivity to deliver content to digital displays. The process involves creating or sourcing the desired content, which can include images, videos, text, or interactive elements. The content is then uploaded and managed through a content management software, which allows for scheduling and distribution to the digital signage displays. The displays are connected to media players, which receive and display the content on the screens. The system can be controlled and monitored remotely, enabling updates and adjustments to the content in real-time.

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