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Large Format Displays

Large Format Displays offer features such as high brightness, wide viewing angles, enhanced durability & touch functionality. These enable interactive experiences that can be for a wide range of purposes - advertising, informational signage, interactive kiosks, video walls, wayfinding systems and collaborative meeting environments. They effectively capture attention, convey information, and create immersive visual experiences in public spaces. For assistance please contact our specialist sales team.

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Large Format Displays - Frequently Asked Questions

What are large format displays?

Large format displays (LFDs) are high-resolution screens that are typically larger than 50 inches in diagonal size. They are commonly used in a variety of settings, including digital signage, video conferencing, and retail.

What are the benefits of using large format displays?

There are many benefits to using large format displays, including:

  • Increased visibility: LFDs can be seen from a greater distance than traditional displays, making them ideal for digital signage and other applications where you want to reach a large audience.
  • Enhanced viewing experience: LFDs can produce high-quality images with vibrant colours and sharp details, making them ideal for presentations and video conferencing.
  • Immersive experience: LFDs can create an immersive viewing experience that can draw viewers in and capture their attention.
  • Versatility: LFDs can be used for a variety of applications, including digital signage, video conferencing, presentations, and retail.

What are the different types of large format displays?

There are several different types of large format displays, including:

  • LCD (liquid crystal display) panels: LCD panels are the most common type of LFD. They are relatively inexpensive and offer good image quality.
  • OLED (organic light-emitting diode) panels: OLED panels offer superior image quality to LCD panels, with deeper blacks, richer colours, and wider viewing angles. However, they are also more expensive.
  • LED (light-emitting diode) panels: LED panels are becoming increasingly popular due to their long lifespan, low energy consumption, and high brightness.

How do I install an LFD?

The installation of an LFD depends on the type of display and the mounting method. Almost all LFDs can be mounted on a wall using the appropriate wall mount. With options for trolley mounts, the LFD can be safely and securely wheeled around from location to location if required.

How do I choose the right large format display for my needs?

The best LFD for your needs will depend on a variety of factors, including:

  • The size of your space: The size of your space will determine the size of the LFD you need.
  • The type of application: The type of application you will be using the LFD for will determine the features you need.
  • Your budget: LFDs range in price from a few hundred pounds to several thousand pounds.

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