HDMI for Digital Signage: Strategies for Image Quality and Price/Performance

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HDMI for Digital Signage: Strategies for Image Quality and Price/Performance

Apr 5, 2010 11:22 AM

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Expectations for quality and features in digital signage applications are going up. This means better image and audio quality, but it also means true digital, networked performance that allows for ease of use, longevity, content updates, maintenance, and remote access.

  • What are the best practices, key requirements, and use-cases for a compelling digital signage installation?
  • What are the components of a digital signage network and how can they be optimized and balanced to deliver quality, price/performance, and highest ROI?
  • What are the industry trends in image use, quality, connectivity, and networking that deliver the most bang for the buck?
  • How can digital signage system design and installation be simplified without losing image quality and features?




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