Red Hawk Casino, a premier destination for entertainment, dining, and gaming located just north of Sacramento, Calif. recently elevated its sports bar experience with a new entertainment system utilizing RGB Spectrum’s Galileo processor.
Cal Coast Telecom, the San Jose, Calif.-based audiovisual design and installation integrator, selected RGB Spectrum’s Galileo videowall processor to power the casino’s new videowall, resulting in an outstanding visual experience for casino patrons.
RGB Spectrum’s videowall processor was selected for this project for its versatility, support for diverse digital and IP-based signal sources, display layout flexibility, 4K image quality and installation process. The processor integrates with the casino’s existing setup, enhancing the viewing experience.
The Galileo processor powers a 27.8-foot by 8.9-foot videowall, composed of Planar’s TVF1.8 LED displays, boasting an impressive resolution of 4480 x 1440. This processor delivers top-tier video processing performance, ensuring a captivating, real-time viewing experience with stunning 4K image quality. With this solution, the bar now offers an array of sports events and highlights that keep patrons engaged and entertained. From professional to collegiate and amateur sports, the videowall showcases football, baseball, basketball, hockey, horse racing and much more worldwide.
David Hallmark, audio video engineering manager for Cal Coast Telecom, expressed his enthusiasm for the Galileo processor, saying, “One of the key benefits of RGB Spectrum’s Galileo processor is its remarkable ability to display 44 images simultaneously with the flexibility to resize and re-position the images.” Operators can swiftly switch and route input sources, choose from customizable, pre-set display layouts, and resize and reposition display windows using the processor’s built-in GUI.
The Galileo processor supports all types of videowalls, offering features such as image overlap for projector-based videowalls, custom timings to accommodate LED wall resolutions, and bezel compensation for optimal viewing on LCD videowalls.
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