Digital Signage 2021 Brochure - Flipbook - Page 97
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LED Video Walls VS LCD Video Walls
When thinking about Video Wall technology the major choice you will be faced with is whether LED or LCD is the way to go. Both have their
unique advantages and strengths depending on your requirements, expectations and resources.
LED Video Wall
LCD Video Wall
Between each module and cabinet there are
no seams across the entire display, creating a
Between each panel there is an ultra-narrow bezel
that can be as thin as 3.5mm screen to screen.
Fill any space thanks to the smaller cabinet sizes
and modular design, is not bound to 16:9 aspect
As standard come in a fixed 16:9 aspect ratio, ideal
for displaying High Definition content but more
Both indoor and outdoor options available.
Can only be used for indoor applications.
Ultra high contrast ratios achieve true blacks and
an unbelievable colour range.
Smaller pixel pitch can potentially produce higher
resolutions, depending on content and media
Bespoke installation required.
More user friendly hardware.
Robust, rugged enclosures.
Very fragile LCD panels can be damaged easily
Unbelievable levels of brightness can be achieved,
ideal for outdoor applications that need to
compete with the sun.
Designed specifically for indoor use so not
available in high brightness.
Can be accessed from front or rear making
maintenance flexible and simple.
Typically use pop-out wall mounts for
100,000 hours lifetime.
70,000 hours lifetime.
One factor to consider when planning your LED Video Wall project is viewing distance and how pixel pitch plays a part in this. Pixel pitch refers to
the distance between each LED/pixel, so in a P6 LED Video Wall there would be 6mm between each pixel, both horizontally and vertically. This is
why typically indoor LED Video Walls have lower pixel pitches when compared to outdoor LED Video Walls as you would expect outdoor displays
to be viewed from a further distance. When deciding which pixel pitch is right for you, a general rule of thumb is the number after the “P” dictates
the optimum viewing distance in meters. For example, the optimum viewing distance for a P6 LED Video Wall is 6 meters or more.