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Q: How to select the video wall controller?
A:    If the content source, display screen, and control room design are relatively concentrated, and the image quality requirements are high, and the system stability is demanding, it is recommended to use a pure hardware FPGA-based video wall controller;
If the content source and the display screen are relatively scattered, and there are multiple control rooms or floors that need to be displayed at the same time, and the compatibility and flexibility of the system are relatively high, it is recommended to use the network-based AV Over IP solution
Q: Could I use controller with my DVD player (or anything else besides PC) being the 1 HDMI source or does it have to be a PC source?
A:    Our controller can be worked with density of sources such as HDMI, DVI, SDI, HDBaseT, VGA, IP, Fiber, YPbPr, CVBS, etc.

It has not to be PC sources only, any device with these interfaces are available to be compatible to our controller.
Q: Can a 3x3 display video wall be made?
A:    Yes, we have many products and solutions that can meet this requirement, and it is not limited to this. It can also be used for 2x2, 4x4 video walls, and it can also meet more video walls.
Q: Can I use 3 ports for 3 1080p displays?
A:    Yes, you can. It can be realized with any of our professional controller or av over ip solutions.
Q: How many displays can one controller carry? According to what type?
A:    For one hardware based controller, we can carry up to 160 screens; and AV over IP solution does not have limitation on displays.
Q: How does the video wall controller work?
A:    Basically, different control solution have different method, please refer to our product diagram or contact our sales representative for more details and demonstration.
Q: What is the software that divides the display, is the wall control software free?
A:    Yes, we offer free standard software to control and manage video wall controller and content which is displayed on the video wall.
Q: Can this be done with more than 4 monitors? Can we use a TV screen?
A:    Yes, we support up to hundreds of monitors to be controlled through single controller or control system. Any display including TV screen is fine with our control system.
Q: If I have 16 TVs, can I use 4 splitters and connect them?
A:    Yes, you can. The controller is able to connect to 4 splitters and display single content on the whole video wall (full screen).
Q: What kind of power supply is the power adapter suitable for
A:    Although there are many types of power supply in the world, we will deliver same type of power supply which match the standard in your country.
Q: Can I use a laptop to control?
A:    Sure, all our control software support windows system or ios system.
Q: Can I use the monitors as 4 different screens?
A:    Yes, you are free to manage screens either with full screen or separate screen.
Q: Can I use four 55-inch LED TVs to create a large video wall?
A:    Yes, this is a common requirement to organize a video wall.
Q: Is this mac compatible? Can iPAD download wall control software to use
A:    Yes, most of our control software are compatible with mac and iPAD. You can download from Apple App Store directly and they are all free.
Q: Is it suitable for video wall conference rooms?
A:    Yes, our products are suitable for many industries like control room, conference room, coordination room, etc. Please refer to our control room solution and video wall meeting room page for more details.
Q: Can the software play four different videos at the same time and then output them to four different displays?
A:    Yes, it can be realized with any of our professional controller or av over ip solutions.
Q: If I buy a video wall controller, does it come with an actual screen, or does it need to be purchased separately?
A:    The video wall controller and screens are two different products to be purchased separately or in a whole solution proposal.

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Regarding the video wall splicing wall, maybe you ask these questions
Q: How do I make a video wall controller?
A:    There are various video wall controller manufacturers and integrators around the world which one can trust when purchasing a controller. But there are certainly a few things to watch out for to find the right solution. So this is the next step in your journey.

Most importantly, you will need to ensure that the right controller suits your project needs. Does it have all the functions you are looking for? Will it be able to handle the video wall size you have? The number of input and output ports is significant to match with your project requirements.

Another thing that can go wrong is picking a video wall controller that is not customizable in terms of input and output signal types. Therefore, you will need to request the suitable boards based on whether you will use HDMI or other signals.
Q: What do you need to create a video wall?
A:    You or your organization probably have a good reason for building a video wall. Before you do anything, be sure your goals and objectives are clearly defined. This can save a lot of money down the road!

Here are some things to consider:

What’s the video wall for?
Where will it be located?
Is there an electrical outlet nearby?
What size video wall do you need?
What does your video wall need to be able to do?
Is there WiFi or Internet access nearby?
Is there some sort of water fountain / fall nearby? (an issue in hotels and buildings)
Who’s going to install it? Do you need to hire professionals?
It’s a good idea to draft up a formal project document before you begin building your video wall. The idea is to sanity check the entire project before you purchase anything. Have other people in your organization review the project document and ask questions. Someone may raise an important concern that can save the project from running into extra costs and unforeseen issues.
Q: How do LED video walls work?
A:    A LED wall is a bit of a different technology than projection. ... The projector shoots light onto a screen or wall and you then see the reflection of that image. So back to the LED display. It is made up of multiple panels which are made up of smaller modules which then have multiple multi-color LED's on them.
Q: What do I need for a video wall?
A:    you’ll need to make decisions about the following:
1. The desired size of the panels
2. The number of displays you want
3. The view type you prefer
4. The input source
5. The control software you desire
6. The mount types you’ll use
As you can see, you’ll need to make some concrete plans before installation occurs. For optimal success, strive to set objectives that are clearly defined and measurable. That way, you’ll recognize success when you’ve achieved it, and you’ll save lots of money, too!
Q: How much does video wall cost?
A:    For simple video walls, a basic 2×2 high-quality LCD unit can cost as little as $4800, while larger, more elaborate setups with more advanced features (touchscreen capabilities) can go as high as $30,000. You also need to consider the cost of mounting hardware and installation.
Q: How much does a LED video wall cost?
A:    A 1.8 or 1.9 mm pitch has over 1,382,000 pixels for every 5 square meter wall and you could pay anywhere from $17,000 to $25,000 per square meter (depending on product selection, options, accessories, etc). Less resolution or pixel density and the price drops dramatically.

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