It's been far too long since we heard about the Dallas Cowboys' new stadium w/ accompanying gigantic four-sided HD scoreboard (and far too long before the 2009 season when it opens). Mitsubishi apparently thinks its the one to drop in new details, since it's their Diamond Vision technology (also soon to be seen at the new Yankee Stadium) powering the worlds largest 1080p LED displays, and we're in no position to argue. What can we say, exact specs on HD screens totaling nearly 13,000 sq ft make us weak. Check after the break for the full details before they're scheduled to turn on June 1, 2009.



About the Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision® Scoreboards at Dallas Cowboys Stadium

Center-Hung - Sideline Displays (2)

Width: 159' 7-1/16"
Height:

71' 4-3/4"
Total LEDs:

10,584,064
Pixel-Pitch:

20mm
Screen Area:

11,393 square feet
Power Consumption:

635 Kilowatts
Screen Weight:

Approx. 170,000 lbs
Video Source:

1080p HDTV
Resolution:

2,176 x 4,864
Installation start date:

October, 2008
Installation completion date:

June 1, 2009

Center-Hung - End Zone Displays (2)

Width:

50' 4-3/4"
Height:

28' 6-3/4"
Total LEDs:

2,088,960
Pixel-Pitch:

16mm
Screen Area:

1,439 square feet
Power Consumption:

80 Kilowatts
Screen Weight:

Approx. 25,000 lbs
Video Source:

1080p HDTV
Resolution:

1,080 x 1,920
Installation start date:

October, 2008
Installation completion date:

June 1, 2009

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