Using the A/V Binloop HD to feed high-quality content to any video wall.
With the rapid expansion of flat-panel and LED wall technology, video walls are so ubiquitous that they have become a common part of modern architecture. They are often used to display content like video art, advertisements, promotional videos, and much more.
A typical video wall consists of multiple panels that must each be provided with their own video source. The tricky part is that those video sources must by synchronized with one another to form a coherent image across multiple panels. This is not something that can be achieved by your everyday set-top box or DVD/Blu-Ray player. It requires specialized A/V gear that is designed to provide multiple video outputs that are synchronous with one another.