All LED displays are basically the same, right? If the answer to that question were “Yes,” this paper could be shortened to a fortune cookie insert and we could get on with the rest of our lives. But in the interest of those new, or relatively new, to direct-light LED display technology and not blessed with an electrical engineering or electronic design degree, let’s spend a page or two on explaining the points of differentiation. Accurate information is key to evaluating the quality and performance of any manufacturer’s LED Display.
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