Starting at $70k with the professional installation*
LED Direct View
LED Direct View Video Walls
Longer Life Cycle
*12′ wide by 7′ height with standard professional installation.
LCD Video Walls
Lower Startup Cost
Starting at $20k with the professional installation*
*49″ 3×3 video wall display 10.5′ wide x 6′ height with standard professional installation.
We Are Based In SoCal And Serve San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange County, And Riverside. We also do projects nationwide all over the USA.
ComSat AV locations are located all around the Southern California area:
San Diego County
Los Angeles County
Custom Built Video Wall Systems
A video wall (also known as display wall) is a large visualization surface consisting of multiple displays that make it seem as one large display surface. These display walls are available in a wide range of sizes, typically with a screen diameter between 46” and 80”.
The Most Commun application for video walls are:
- Control Rooms
- Digital Signage
- Arts & Entertainment
- Architectural Signage
- Conference Rooms
ComsatAV is San Diego’s leader in providing high-performance, custom-built video wall systems.
A New Level of Experience
Video walls consist of multiple screens grouped together to form one large display and are a great way to visually display an array of information and/or content, especially where high brightness and wide viewing angles are needed.
Our Video Walls can be used across a multitude of industries and are often found in control rooms, sports stadiums, in fact any large public venue. Engineered for the most demanding applications, our video walls deliver outstanding visual performance, flexibility, and reliability. Every ComsatAV video wall is purpose-built and can be customized to meet the unique demands of your use-case and environment.
Proudly serving SD County
Recent Case Studies
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DOOH: (Digital Out-of-Home). Simply put, advertising experienced outside of home.
FHD: (Full High Definition). 1,920 x 1,080 pixels image resolution, typical resolution for Blu-Ray discs, high-def videos in YouTube and other streaming platforms.
Frame Rate: Also known as frames per second or FPS is the rate at which consecutive images or frames appear on a display.