Manufacturers of LCD walls and LED screens are constantly competing to increase the performance of the equipment and reduce the cost, making this technique more advanced and at the same time affordable for users. And today, many do not understand which way to choose, because not everyone is clear on the comparative pros and cons of each option. Let’s try to understand these issues so that it helps to make a choice in situations where you need to put a high-quality video sequence on public display.

Features of LCD Video Walls

Typesetting panels for video walls began to gain popularity when their advantages were appreciated in situational centers – it is in such conditions that the ability to split frames into different plots is very appropriate. Initially, due to the low saturation of the image, these devices were used exclusively in rooms where sunlight does not fall on the surface. But gradually, manufacturers began to increase the resolution, narrow the frames between the blocks, reduce the cost of equipment – and it began to confidently compete with LED monitors.

Now video walls are increasingly increasing in size, and the resolution reaches 7680×4320 px, you can broadcast the latest formats up to 8K. However, the cost of this solution is still higher compared to LCD video wall displays, and it is still the leader in the indoor sector.

Features of LCD screens

Today, seamless LCD screens have become very thin and flexible, attached to a vertical surface with magnets. They can be of any shape and size, including concave and convex. And all this, against the backdrop of an extremely high resolution, regardless of lighting, together with unlimited use on the street, makes this equipment more in demand compared to stacked walls. It proves to be super effective in solving a wide range of tasks – from live broadcast of a concert to a business presentation at an industry exhibition.