Live Broadcast LED Video Display

Video displays have become the norm in broadcast studio design. With seamless video walls, curved panels, 3D designs, and a host of other choices and specifications available, a broadcast display is only limited by imagination. Choosing the right broadcast display requires consideration of aesthetic appeal, technical factors, and product longevity.

A display should complement and enhance its setting. The appearance of a video wall is more than just what graphics pop up on the screen. Video displays must have superior image quality and integrate seamlessly into their environment.

LED Screens Outperform Their LCD Counterparts: Advantages of LED panels over LCD screens include truer black levels, glare free display, and bezel free surfaces. Furthermore, the pixel pitch of LED screens have improved so much that ultra-high definition is not only possible with LED - it is also more affordable. Similar to other technologies, the cost of LED has gone down over time while quality has improved.

LED Video Displays Integrate Seamlessly Into A Broadcast Studio: Due to the modular nature of LED video wall panels, video display screens can be made to fit any space. Video display screens aren't standalone products. Rigging is naturally involved as well. LED GARANTi offers UHD LED video panels that can be mounted directly against a wall eliminating concerns about the appearance of rigging. If mounting against a wall isn't optimal, LED GARANTi offers a variety of clean professional rigging options. The LED GARANTi team can even create custom rigging solutions for unconventional spaces.


Technical Considerations

Aesthetics are all well and good, but without supporting technology to make the display work, the point is moot. When buying an LED video wall it is important to consider screen resolution, refresh rate, and integration.

Screen Resolution: LED screens have come a long way. Fine pixel pitch allows for HD, UHD, and even 4K screens and beyond. LED GARANTi offers UHD panels built specifically for the broadcast industry.

Refresh Rate: Quick refresh rates are critical to ensure smooth transitions and quality viewing. Lag time is disruptive to the viewing experience and distracts from the message. A camera crew only gets one shot to record a live broadcast.