Mitsubishi is rolling out new audio-visual products that bring a new high standard to LED monitors for message boards, video conferencing, classroom presentations, retail kiosk and gaming displays.
Have you ever seen a slimmer depth on a commercial LED monitor? The MDT552S is less than 2 inches deep. This helps to make both the MDT552S and a larger 70” model a perfect fit for company boardrooms, government buildings, public display environments, or any other types of digital signage requirements your company or organization might have.
According to Mitsubishi’s LED monitors site, the MDT552S LED display monitor also features both front and rear ambient light sensors. What this offers is a bonus to viewers, as well for installers allowing for the ultimate in installation flexibility. The monitor’s positioning automatically adjusts its brightness, based on how much ambient light enters the room. This means that environments with a lot of streaming sunlight will not be at risk for poor viewing, due to the sunlight. Instead, the LED screen will adjust its brightness levels for optimal viewing at any time of day.
This LED monitor is just another way that modern audio-visual solutions are happening all over the digital signage industry. And here in Arizona at CCS Presentation Systems, we take both audio and video seriously.
CCS excels at providing audio video solutions to corporations in our regions. Every job is custom – we work with clients to analyze requirements, integration, installation and training/maintenance on all our projects. As most of our corporate clients are interested in a variety of presentation systems, we keep a look out for the latest technological innovations coming out of well-known manufacturers like Mitsubishi and others.
For all your digital display needs, contact CCS Presentation Systems. Or Like us on our CCS Mid Atlantic Facebook page. We’ll point you to new advances in projectors and projection screens, digital displays and high definition video conferencing. We’ll also show your organization or business how to integrate a room control system to provide total control over your audio visual components.