oose Exhibits designs audio visual trade show solutions to maximize your marketing and make an impressive impression with a variety of plasma TV monitors available for rental in these popular sizes: 50″, 42″, 32″ and 19″. After all, “the perfect fodder for a plasma TV on the show floor is a well produced 30 second commercial.”
Did you know there is a formula for choosing the correct plasma TV monitor?
Are you projecting a message in the hopes of attracting potential customers to your display? Or, do you want to present your message to potential customers after they have entered your booth space? When choosing a plasma TV monitor, use the following guidelines:
To project your image:
- 6 – 10 feet 32″ – 37″ Flat panels
- 10 – 14 feet 42″
- 12 – 16 feet 50″
- 15′ or more 60″
Now you have some of the important information you need to choose the right flat panel plasma TV monitor for your application.
Audio Sound System Solutions
When it comes to audio, louder is not always better or effective. The human ear receives and interprets sound waves. Higher quality sound waves can be clearly heard and interpreted at lower volumes while large, boxy “PA” systems require increased volume to be clearly understood at short distances. Do you want your presentation to sound like Charlie Brown’s teacher, or like the New York Philharmonic? The answer lies in the audio sound system.
A good audio sound system is more effective in allowing your message to be broadcast at a lower volume and be even more effective within your display area.
Plasma TV Monitor Rentals
Monitors: Moose offers high quality plasma TV monitor rentals and LCD rentals at competitive prices. 32″, 42″ and 50″ 1080 monitors are available. For the best picture quality choose 720p or 1080p.
Optimal Distance in inches/feet
- 42″ 99″ / 8′ 3″ 66″ / 5’6″
- 50″ 118″ / 9’10” 79″ / 6′ 7″
- 55″ 103″ / 10′ 10″ 86″ / 7′ 2″
- 60″ 141″ / 11′ 9″ 94″ / 7′ 10″
- 65″ 153″ / 12′ 9″ 102″ / 8′ 6″
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know what size monitor I need? – As a general rule of thumb, 32″ plasma TV monitors are used for up close presentation to small groups. For viewing distances of 6 – 12 feet consider a 42″ plasma TV monitor. For distances 10′ – 14′ a 50″ should suffice and for distances greater than 14′ feet use a 60″ or 65″ plasma TV monitor.
720 or 1080? What is the difference? Given the competition for visual lighting, you should really choose the best available Plasma or LCD for your budget. To make this choice, first you need to understand the technical aspect. 720, 1080, I & P are not just arbitrary numbers, they represent the resolution and presentation style of the unit.
Before 2003, televisions had 360 lines of resolution meaning the picture was made up of 360 lines. When High Definition Plasma TV monitors came on the market another 360 lines of resolution were added and interlaced making a total of 720 lines of resolution. This became known as 720i. As technology progressed, rather than interlace these lines, they began to run them progressively or 720p. Add another 360 lines of resolution and the total resolution becomes 1080. The same interlace versus progressive rules apply.
So, what does this mean? In my personal opinion:
- 720i is the lowest quality HDTV
- 1080i is next
- 720p is better than 1080i
- 1080p is the best screen resolution available in todays Plasma TV/LCD TV market.
Note: 1080p should always be used for optimum performance from a Blu-Ray DVD Player.