Affordable MediaWall Display Processor Line

Affordable MediaWall Display Processor Line

RGB Spectrum announces two low-cost MediaWall® real-time display wall systems for projectors, cubes, and flat panel displays, designed for smaller wall configurations.

Unique to the MediaWall 1900/2900 is the configurable, high-performance architecture that enables fast image updates, display flexibility, and security. Real-time display of inputs is guaranteed under all conditions without dropped frames.

Each model offers eight windows, six DVI, HDMI or RGB inputs plus two additional DVI and 3G/HD-SDI inputs. Graphic signals are supported to 1920x1200 and HD 2048x1080.

The MediaWall 1900 can display up to eight windows on a 1x2 array; the MediaWall 2900 supports up to four screens, in a linear or 2x2 array. The user can select where images are displayed, the image size, within or across the screen, aspect ratio, stretched or fit, and whole or zoomed image modes. Custom borders and titles can be applied to each window. Any window arrangement can be saved to a preset for one-step recall.

The MediaWall 1900 is equipped with two DVI single-link outputs. The MediaWall 2900 can be configured for four DVI single-link or two DVI dual-link outputs. Output resolution can be adjusted for any display up to 1920x1200, HD to 2084x1080, and DVI dual-link output to 2560x1600.

User control is via serial or Ethernet connections. A graphical user interface accessed from a web browser incorporates a comprehensive set of display controls. Available options include a redundant power supply and KVM control.

RGB Spectrum is a leading designer and manufacturer of leading-edge audio-visual solutions for commercial, government, and military applications. The company offers integrated hardware, software, and control systems to satisfy the most demanding requirements. Its Galileo video display processor is ideal for digital signage, lobby display, conference rooms, boardrooms, emergency operations centers, security operations centers, control rooms, command centers, traffic management facilities, and network operations centers. For more information, visit