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    here are some pics of a club install i am working on

    there are 47 full hd lcd tv's in the hall (we have a total of 134 )

    the contractor installed these before we were ready to get it up and running so we finally got power and signal up yesterday and found out that 3 65" lcds and 3 46" tvs were smashed 2 the club knew about they caught some one punching it (and ran his credit card for the cost to replace)

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    That's going to make someone sick someday... Vertigo cubed.
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    I kinda' like the busted ones.

    They remind me of some of my paintings!

    Inspirational, anyway.

    James.

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    I like the fact that they are all displaying a snowstorm.
    Very festive.

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    and it was snowing outside that day as well
    yea we had just got them all powered so we set them all on static for some pics
    we finally got video signal up but we need to replace 7 tv's and about 8 cable ends(cat5)

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    Controlling all those different sets and sizes is going to be a nightmare if you're going to split a picture between them to make any kind of meaningful effect.

    Also, re the broken ones, I doubt they'll be the last. Personally, I'd look into sheeting them over with a polycarbonate protective layer with a an air gap so that anyone kicking / punching the outer can't damage the screens on the inner. I was going to suggest a polycarboate tunnel like they have in underwater aquariums, but somehow I doubt its optically very perfect. Probably individual panels batoned over the screens would be a better solution.

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    oh i know and told them and when we turned them on and found not only the 2 they knew about but 4 more they order the plexiglass to cover each one

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    we got signal ................
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    AHHHHHHHHHH!

    That looks much better!

    James.

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    Here is your linking panels together solution.

    http://www.datapath.co.uk/

    I've had some ideas with visuals for a while using some of their stuff.. we'll see

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