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BRIGHTSIGN DIGITAL SIGNAGE MEDIA PLAYERS
Offers our most powerful H.265/H.264 4K and Full HD video engine with Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG support, 4K full resolution graphics, 4K upscaling and dual decoding of two 4Kp60 videos simultaneously. Delivers the best HTML5 rendering performance available for Enterprise applications.
Includes all the features of BrightSign XD234 plus additional interactive options with the added serial and dual USB 2.0 (type A and C) ports for engaging interactive displays.
ENTRY LEVEL MEDIA PLAYER
The small form, commercial-grade BrightSign LS424 is fully featured to run circles around the competition while offering easy port access and power efficiency. Network connected and featuring H.265 1080p60 video playback, entry-level HTML5 support and USB interactivity, this model is perfect for simple streaming applications and large deployments of
Includes all the features BrightSign XT244 offers plus serial, dual USB (type A and C) and Live TV playback via the HDMI 2.0a input to play content from any broadcast channel – even protected HDCP content.
Enjoy flawless 4K and Full HD single video decoding, mainstream HTML5 performance and simultaneous playback from local, networked and streaming sources. Includes the standard I/O package of gigabit Ethernet, GPIO (GPIO connectors sold separately), analog and digital audio.
AUDIO ONLY PLAYER
The BrightSign AU335 delivers high quality audio including the latest sound technologies on an ultra-affordable, cloud-based platform. Its ARC and eARC support allow the AU335 to distribute up to three zones of audio to soundbars and AV receivers that offer high bandwidth, 24-bit sound including Dolby Atmos® common content.
Part of the Series 3 product family, the HD-OPS is BrightSign’s first OPS compatible digital signage media player.
The inside edge features a JAE TX25 plug for connecting to interior display components (video, USB, serial, etc.) The outside edge has industry-standard connectors, as well as specialised device control and feedback interfaces.
How much does digital signage cost in Dubai?The cost of Digital Signage can range from 550 AED to 3000AED. The cost varies from one Digital Signage board to another & depends mostly on video quality like display resolution from low to high pixels.
What is the purpose of digital signage?Digital signage uses screens to show messages, ads, or videos to people in public places. It can be used for branding, marketing, or just keeping your customers informed about your products and services.
How do digital signage systems work?Digital signage systems project images using projectors or flat-panel displays. These are often hung on the wall mounted on poles, attached to the ceiling, or placed in commercial windows. You can find screens in places like schools or restaurants, waiting rooms or airports, stores or malls - anywhere people congregate.
What is a digital signage platform?Digital signage platform is a centrally managed, content distribution platform that lets you playback digital content on several screens or displays. It can be used in a variety of businesses like: retail stores, restaurants, malls and hospitals.
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