If you’re like most of us, you probably spend a lot of time in front of the TV at home. Whether it’s to watch movies, play video games or just hang out with friends and family. But if you really want to bring your viewing experience to the next level, why not build your own video wall screen? It’s easier than you think, as long as you follow these steps…
How Does It Work?
Video wall screens are basically a bunch of TVs merged into one big screen. These screens typically range in size from 3 to 12 feet tall, but there are options for bigger and smaller screens as well. And you can customize the size, shape, and type of video wall to suit your needs. For example, if you’re planning on using your video wall screen for work or business presentations, then you may want to consider different shapes or sizes than if you just want to watch movies at home with friends and family.
Video walls can be placed anywhere in your home as long as they have power nearby, which is pretty easy because most homes have outlets for the TV anyway.
What Can You Put on It?
The most popular choice for a video wall is to add a video game console like the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or Wii U. This way you can play games on your TV and have the other screens in the room as an extension of your gaming experience. Plus, it’ll give you an excuse to buy that new game you’ve been eyeing but have not yet had time to play. It can also be great for parties because with everyone gathered in one spot it becomes easier to keep track of what’s going on and make sure there are enough controllers available for everyone.
If you want to go even more old school, why not bring your old CRT TV into the mix?
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How Much Will It Cost Me?
It really depends on what type of TV you have and what type of screen you want to buy. If you’re looking to build a video wall screen, it can cost anywhere from $5,000-20,000. That’s not including the price of your TV or screens. But if you just want a regular viewing experience with an awesome TV that can reach 4K resolution, it will only cost around $1,500-$2,000
How Do I Get Started?
If you want to start building your own video wall screen, the first step is to get a TV stand and mount it on top. You can then buy as many TVs as you’d like and they will simply slide into the brackets at the back. Once all of your TVs are secured, it’s time to take care of the wiring. There are a few different wiring configurations that exist for video wall screens, but one that is most common is called daisy-chaining where each TV connects to an extension cord with a male plug on the end which then plugs into another TV.