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    How many monitors do you need?

    Changing VDBs to BESx with dual lower supertouch.
    Customer has about $25 a pair in bracketing cost.

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    Nice work

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    • #3
      Neat!
      Factory & Converted A-2 (US, Ger, Jap)
      Comscore ECT, Matrix & DuoHD
      Walker B, Sanction Standard, Original K, Flex Walker & Ikon
      Kegel C.A.T.S

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      • #4
        thanks for the good idea, don't mind if I do
        you know we don't allow managers back here....

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        • #5
          Only thing I would have done different for myself would be to paint the hardware pieces flat black and use a dark chain.
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          • #6
            The 1st misconception the flat panel retrofit companies make is to tell you the tv's will not hang at the correct angle.

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            • #7
              what kind of a cornverter is that?
              Howard

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              • #8
                We did same thing, except painted the brackets black, looks perfect and was cheap.

                Also interested in what type of converter that is

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by JonD800 View Post
                  Also interested in what type of converter that is
                  That's not a converter. It's the CPU for BESx. It's POE from a 'Hub' on the curtain wall, and has 3 HDMI monitor outputs with control outputs for changing the TV's inputs, power and settings from the desk.
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                  • #10
                    Hello,

                    Could you explain us how work your system? And where buy it and how much is it?
                    We are looking for a system to use LCD but we are a little bit lost with all system that exist : china's one, evolution scoring, jammaboard, and now yours??
                    Thank you very much.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Annonay Bowling View Post
                      Hello,

                      Could you explain us how work your system? And where buy it and how much is it?
                      We are looking for a system to use LCD but we are a little bit lost with all system that exist : china's one, evolution scoring, jammaboard, and now yours??
                      Thank you very much.
                      This is not a converter mounted behind the monitors in the picture above, it is the lane computer for BESx scoring. It has HDMI output.
                      If you have to convert your lane computer output, the Evolution has HDMI output for both lanes. The others you mention are 1 converter or each lane.
                      The bracketing is that electricians and plumbing contractors use in the US for mounting pipe to walls. It's called 'Unistrut' and has a special type of nut you can put inside it to attach different size bolts. I used 3/8" (about 8MM) on this job. But 5/15" (about 6MM) is strong enough. The times I was in Europe, I did not see this type of hardware there.
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                      • #12
                        Thank you for your answer.
                        Do you mean that your system need to let the old monitor behind like on your picture, but not for the others systems?

                        Which system do you advice to buy? I mean, not too expansive, picture good enough and not to hard to install?? We have an electrician on our family who will help us.

                        Thank you very very much.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Annonay Bowling View Post
                          Do you mean that your system need to let the old monitor behind like on your picture, but not for the others systems?

                          Which system do you advice to buy?
                          The old monitors were left in place until they had a place to store them - or sell them. They are not necessary and are gone now.

                          Either of the commercial dual lane systems will working well. So yo might consider how the manufacturer's support for either works in your area in case there is a problem.
                          You could try a pair of lanes with the Jamma or other single output boards. If they do not work to your liking, you will not be out a lot of $, and the bracketing will be fine for whichever converter you choose.
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                          • #14
                            Ok for the old monitors, and for the bracketing (we are not still there in our research!!! But I keep it in mind).

                            So for you, all of these systems will working well, yes?

                            For the manufacturer's support, I'm afraid that none will be easy, because we are in France, far away from each one. Since several weeks, I'm still waiting for an estimate from Evolution, no answer at all from Jammaboards, only for the chinese one, I've had all the informations, and very quick... But the shipping costs are very expansive, even for just one... And of course more interesting for 10...

                            So we dont' know...

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                            • #15
                              how are these attached to the beams above? looks like a flat metal piece? is the chain just a safety chain incase the bracket lets loose?

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