The 46" NEC MultiSync X462UN takes your LCD video walls to new levels of impact. Its ultra-narrow bezel allows for a screen-to-screen distance between two neighboring displays of only 7.3mm, a near 450% improvement from NEC's previously revolutionary 33mm P Series displays. The display, which is ideal for digital signage and broadcast applications, can be deployed in video wall matrices of up to 10x10 (100 displays), creating a total surface area of approximately 645 sq ft. The barely discernible transition gap between displays, in addition to EdgeComp technology, ensures a homogeneous picture across the matrix.
A video wall workhorse
Pros: The 3 mm bezels are best in class, ideally suited for video wall applications. Running 12 of these in a 4x3 matrix (5664x2304 resolution). The picture is very sharp and color reproduction is consistent across the wall after calibration. Edge brightness compensation is a nice feature. Easy to wall mount and has a built in LAN interface and DisplayPort (standard). The price is very reasonable, especially compared with old DLP cubes.
Cons: It's not full HD (none are currently available with such ultra-narrow bezels). LAN access is not over HTTP, but uses a slower SNMP protocol. LAN control software is slow and unreliable, and available only for Windows (no Linux or Mac versions). The software that comes with the optional color calibration kit is better. In any case, one only needs to use it once after initial deployment, so the inconvenience is relatively minor.
Other Thoughts: Some care should be taken to allow adequate airflow. If installing in a meeting room, make sure there is sufficient AC capacity, as a large matrix will generate quite a bit of heat.
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“The 3 mm bezels are best in class, ideally suited for video wall applications. Running 12 of these in a 4x3 matrix (5664x2304 ...”— naps 3/26/2011