I don't know if I'd say this is the future of driving panels. It's the long established standard. I've been using these cards (and their previous generation predecessors) for over 10 years now. The "new" thing is that they're finally at a price point where DIY folks can start playing with them.
There's a lot of power and flexibility with this system, and it's proven technology that's been in use for many years in outdoor installations all over the world. My one complaint has always been the LED Studio software. It's probably just because it's poorly localized. I'd imagine it makes more sense in it's native language to an Asian engineer's mind. But it's always been hard for me to remember the steps needed to do each task, and specifically what some of the settings field labels actually mean. Some of the translations just don't make sense in English. So it can be daunting for someone to set up the cards and get them working with the panels they have on hand.
Hey jchuchla! I have been on a long journey with building an led wall. I have hit an issue that I cant find any answers to. You are the first person I have seen mention that they have a lot of experience in this so I wanted to ask you!
I ordered a few 1/8 scan p10 panels that I got working wonderfully with my LINSN TS802D sender and RV908M32 receiver cards! Then my project manager decided he wanted slightly brighter panes, so I ordered some outdoor 1/4 scan p10 panels and I can not get them configured properly. D you have any answers or advice that would help me in my en-devour?