Each of the four LCD splicing screens has its own characteristics
LCD splicingThe larger the screen, the better. However, this also depends on the customer's needs. For most customers who choose large screens, we will introduce four types of large screens, each with its own characteristics There are currently four commonly used methods for large screen LCD splicing: 1. LCD splicing screen LCD splicing can achieve a variety of screen functions based on different usage needs, including single screen segmentation display, single screen individual display, any combination display, full screen LCD splicing, double splicing LCD splicing screen, vertical screen display. Image borders can be compensated or covered, supporting digital signal roaming, scaling and stretching, cross screen display, and setting and running various display plans, Real time processing of full HD signals. 2. LED splicing screen LED screen is a new type of imaging electronic device made by arranging light emitting diodes in sequence. Due to its high brightness, wide viewing angle, and long lifespan, it is widely used in outdoor advertising screens and other products. 3. Plasma splicing screen Plasma displays have become the most advanced large screen display devices due to their ultra-thin body, large display area, and excellent display performance in various environments. The core component of a plasma display screen is the plasma screen, which, unlike the BSV liquid crystal splicing, has some pixels. Each pixel unit is composed of three pixels: red, green, and blue. The phosphor on the inner surface of the emitting outer screen is similar to the phosphor inside the CRT picture tube. This display method of active phosphor emission can provide vivid and rich colors, extremely short response time, and very wide viewing angle. Each pixel unit is controlled by a separate electrode, and after the video signal is converted, each electrode responds. By combining three primary colors with different brightness, each pixel can produce more than 16.7 million colors. 4. DLP splicing screen The principle of the DLP large screen splicing system is to use a condensing lens to emit a cold light source through a UHP bulb. The light is homogenized through a Rod, and the processed light is divided into RGB three colors (or more colors such as RGB W) through a Color Wheel. The color is then projected onto the DMD chip by the lens, and finally reflected through the projection lens to form an image on the projection screen.