The VL5F series video wall provides an immersive experience thanks to its ultra-narrow 3.5 mm bezel-to-bezel, while its outstanding IPS panel delivers a clear image from virtually any angle. The design of this video wall display is attractive and highly functional and can be used to deliver advertising and information in a variety of business environments.
- Brightness(Typ.) : 500 cd/m²
- Bezel : 2.25 mm (T/L), 1.25 mm (B/R)
- Depth : 93.1 mm
- Interface : HDMI (2)/ DP/ DVI-D/ USB/ RS232C/ RJ45/ Audio/ IR
3.5mm Ultra-narrow Bezel
The 3.5mm ultra-narrow bezel of the 55VL5F-A video wall creates a visually stunning digital wall that delivers dynamic content and immerses the viewer. The 55” screens can be combined to create a virtually seamless large screen.
Image Gap Reduction
The VL5F series includes an image improvement algorithm that can reduce image gaps among tiled displays when playing back videos. Objects located on the bezel boundaries are adjusted for a virtually seamless viewing experience.
Higher Viewing Angle
Large screens are usually positioned higher than human-eye level, making uniform picture quality essential for video walls. The viewing angle of the VL5F series is high enough to display vivid colors throughout the screen with virtually no distortion.
Wider Viewing Angle
It is well known that LG IPS panel technology enables better control of liquid crystals, which in turn allows the screen to be viewed from virtually any angle. Because of this, the VL5F series captures the attention of and captivates more viewers with lifelike colors, regardless of their viewing position.
Easy Color Adjustment
Depending on the content, the color temperature of the display can be easily adjusted in increments of 100K using a remote control.
Simple White Balance Adjustment
In conventional video walls, white balance was adjustable only in “full-white” mode, but the VL5F series allows you to modify each value of grey scale to achieve more detailed and precise white balance adjustment.
User-Friendly Menu Structure
The menu structure has been optimized for commercial use. It simplifies approach flows and groups similar functions together, adopting a more intuitive GUI for ease of use. This way, users can avoid having to do trial-and-error when exploring desired functions and managing displays.
The GUI (Graphic User Interface) is carefully designed with a four-way navigation remote control that lets users easily switch to other settings. Also, it adopts a larger font for better visibility, which may be necessary when users want to control displays from relatively far distances.