PixelPro Max S


As properties of all sizes across the U.S. plan their sports book strategies, the power of innovative digital displays from JCM Global creates a new world of possibilities for the design and creation of the sports book.

PixelPro Max S displays are hi-def, lightweight, flexible and energy-efficient, and can be built to essentially any size and shape, allowing casinos to make full use of an existing space for sports book conversion or for custom-built spaces.

PixelPro MAX-S displays have HD and UHD frameless LED screens with industry-leading color contrasts allowing spectacular images and video on a curved or flat wall, indoors or outdoors, offering the ultimate in flexibility to unleash creativity in the sports book and anywhere and everywhere across the entire property.

Beyond a sports book, PixelPro displays are outstanding solutions for other areas across the enterprise, including arena, casino, convention center, front desk, lounge, monitoring command and control center, shopping/retail, stadium or theater stage, even exterior pylon signs.

The picture quality is what truly sets PixelPro displays apart. They have an extra-wide viewing angle of 160 degrees and deliver exceptional picture quality with optimum color uniformity with proprietary RGB wavelengths. They also offer the deepest black levels and phenomenal contrast ratio of over 4,000:1, delivering high fidelity, brilliant colors and excellent grayscale levels.

Each display panel is super slim (just 78-81 mm), lightweight (8.65 kg) and quiet. Panels use a patented interlocking panel using “SpeedGo” quick-locking system and have an adjustable magnetic docking module design, resulting in a seamless panel-to-panel and module-to-module connection. Panels are also accessible from the front and the back for easy servicing.

For more information, visit jcmglobal.com.

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