LED video walls are now more affordable than ever, with initial costs only slightly higher than traditional projection systems. They are also modular, meaning that any broken parts or panels can be replaced at a lower cost compared to traditional projectors which require expensive replacement bulbs and parts. Repairs for broken projectors can often cost more than the original unit, making LED video walls a more cost-effective choice.
LED walls are slightly more expensive than projectors but they offer significant energy savings of 40-50% and require less maintenance. They have high grayscale levels that maintain image quality even in low brightness conditions, while projected images can become blurry or washed out. LED walls offer proper visibility and image quality, allowing congregations to easily read lyrics, scriptures, sermon points, and live feeds. The break-even point of LED over projection takes only one to two years, resulting in cost savings that go right back to the congregation's budget.
In churches, it is common for spectators to view displays from various angles and positions. LED displays with excellent viewing angle characteristics can provide consistent high-quality images in different positions and angles, ensuring that all viewers can see the content on the screen.
Church screens are generally installed in high places or difficult-to-reach locations, and the maintenance and replacement costs are high. Therefore, if the life of the LED screen is longer, the number of failures and repairs will be reduced, and it will also reduce the disturbance to the church. In addition, church screens often need to play content for a long time, so the long life can ensure the reliability and stability of the screen for a long time.