Find Out What Criteria To Use For Your Big Screen Video Wall Home Theatreby Maria Annie Multi Consultant
I recently completed an extensive month-long study of what type of large Video Wall screen TV or home theater system to buy. I think it's time. A TV with a channel does not cut it anymore, especially with a large room where the TV is usually seen. During the process, I learned a lot - not from talking to the sales staff, but from writing down the things the seller told me and then verifying those facts. Interestingly, often these "facts" were wrong and it amazed me how many other people have chosen their purchase as "facts".
For me, the first cut came from looking at plasma vs. LCD. With projection TV and even DLP technology, which offers great picture, first of all, two things led me to remove these options:
1. TV size. Projection TVs, as well as DLP TVs (albeit slightly less) are important. Plan your wall heating device at least 18 to 24 inches and possibly more, which significantly reduces the overall size of the space you would use to watch TV. In contrast, plasma and LCD TVs are about 4 to 5 inches thick, and wall mounts can be purchased to actually attach the screen to the wall.
2. Viewing angle. With projection TVs, and again a little less, but still using DLP technology, the clarity of the picture begins to dramatically decrease as you start moving away from the screen display. If the space you use to watch TV can be accommodated, it may not be a negative for you, but for me it was huge.
So my options are wide or LCD wide. Given all the options available on plasma and LCD screens, I didn't feel like my choices were too narrow, so I needed more criteria to narrow my choices.
First, let's think about plasma and LCD and determine the technology we want to buy. The LCD was able to select plasma relatively quickly for a variety of reasons. With current technology, Video Wall screens typically reach half-lives in about 5 years. At this point, the screen brightness was almost half when it was new. In contrast, LCD screens have an average life expectancy of about twice, so this was a limiting factor.
However, your criteria may differ for other reasons. For example, today the maximum consumed LCD TV is about 46 inches. I did this considering that the room I am using will almost be dominated by a larger TV set, but with the LCD screen in mind, you won't find 50 or 60 inch units in the plasma range.
Although I live at sea level on a large scale, I also note that if I hope to move to a higher altitude, most plasma manufacturers use their plasma unit more than 5,000 feet above sea level. It will not guarantee You are really This is related to the way pneumatic movements form the image and cannot be done effectively at high altitudes. This is not a factor in LCD technology.
Is there a next decision. I recommend at least 1366 x 768 pixels. It's more than a broadcast company broadcast by cable companies today, but it should be the right broadcast technology for you in the next few years. Even movies you rent in blockbusters will not be shown in high resolution. There are some advanced units (among others Samsung and Sony) with a resolution of 1920 x 1024, but in reality you will pay a premium for this high resolution and that is the only way you can use your computer. Connection to TV. . This decision won't be used for DVD movies or shows, or even HDTV shows, it just doesn't exist. So in a nutshell, you will pay for bragging rights, and that is some very expensive bragging rights.
At least get something like 1080i and 720p. “I” for “flip” and “P” for “advanced” scanning. While cable television can reach 720 pixels, some units can deliver up to 1080i. Again, you will pay a premium if you choose a 1080p unit and again, this is for boasting only. Even a microscope professional would be hard-pressed to distinguish between 1080i and 1080p with modern movies or cable TV.
Considering all the above criteria, this can limit your choice to less than half a dozen units. So your final step is to look for reviews online. See what other customers are saying about the video wall aristavision.com device and read their reviews online. Although I'm not a big fan of paying for a particular brand to be a brand name, it does have some knowledge.Finally, unlike many other things, I recommend extending store warranties. If you choose to continue with the manufacturer's warranty only, please note that you will be required to retain the original box that came with the item and to ship the item to which you have bulky rights.
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