What is the appropriate P value for indoor transparent LED display screens?

Transparent LED display screens, as a popular media tool, are increasingly favored by a large number of users. Transparent LED display screens release various information in real-time, synchronously, and clearly in the form of graphics, animation, and video. Not only can it be used in indoor environments, but it can also be used in outdoor environments, with advantages that cannot be compared to projectors, TV walls, and LCD screens. Faced with a dazzling array of LED displays, many users express that they have no way to start when choosing LED displays. Below is a brief introduction to commonly used indoor display screens, hoping to be helpful for purchasing transparent LED screens:
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Indoor LED display screens are widely used and are essential products in many occasions, such as hotel banquet halls, stage backgrounds, station train number guidance, bank and government information disclosure columns, exhibition halls for various application products, and so on. The demand for indoor LED display screens in chain store operations is also increasing, and many high-end clothing specialty stores have successively installed indoor LED display screens, which have received good feedback.
There are many models of indoor LED display screens, with specifications such as P2.5, P3, P4, P5, and so on. Due to the close viewing distance and small screen size, indoor LED display screens require high pixel density. Nowadays, LED transparent screens with a spacing below P4 are generally used indoors. In the LED display screen, P represents the distance between lamp beads, that is, the distance between two lamp beads, in millimeters. For example, P4 represents the center distance between adjacent lamp beads, which is 4mm, The density of P4 beads is 62500 points/square meter, so the difference between P2.5, P3, and P5 you mentioned is:
1. The spacing and density of lamp beads, The smaller the number after P, the smaller the spacing and higher the density of the lamp beads;
2. Secondly, there is visual perception, with higher density (P2.5>P3>P5) resulting in finer images (similar to PC resolution);
3. The higher the density, the higher the cost naturally;
So what kind of specifications can be suitable for your own use? First of all, everyone has a subconscious that high-definition is the best, and high brightness LED displays are also the best. Is this viewpoint correct? Our answer is that what suits oneself is the best choice. We suggest that when users choose indoor LED display screens, they first need to determine the dimensions of width and height, then look at how far they usually stand to view. These two points are crucial, and finally, they need to consider their budget.