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So, let's say I have a bright idea. I would like to make a video wall out of 4 good sized plasma screens. So, how do I do it...and I would really, really, like to minimize the seams, to zero if possible. I would like to do video, but also PowerPoint stuff too.


Thoughts? Is there such thing as a zero bezel plasma?


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No. And at that price, you could get a very good CRT pj.
 

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No thoughts...or no, there isn't a zero bezel solution?


Obviously this would be expensive to do, but I want to do it. I can't do rear projection, and I can't have a projector.


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Originally posted by FastThinker
no, there isn't a zero bezel solution.
. . . Under that bezel are the drive circuits for the rows and columns of pixels. These circuits crank out pulses as strong as 400 volts. UL guidelines require you put about 1" of insulation (air is a good insulator) between the outer bezel and those 400volts.


For some applications the bezel gets in the way (control room, data display, and so on). However, many high-impact video walls made out of plasma screens turn heads better that "seamless" RP walls. HD video or SXGA is just plain awesome for lobbies, retail and entertainment support. There, bezels don't seem to matter.
 
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