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First HD Display in Times Square

Posted by: , 06:54 AEDT, Tue December 9, 2008
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JVC mounts a 35 foot long LCD display in Times Square that supports a resolution of 720p and has over one million LED lights

JVC mounts a 35 foot long LCD display that in Times Square that supports a resolution of 1280 X 720.  It is capable of a 16:9 aspect ratio and has over million LED lights.

The size of the ginormous display is 19 wide by 34 feet long. It weighs roughly 12,500 lbs, and has over 3,000 ft of data cables, 2600 ft of power cables, and just a little over 3,000 ft of steel tubing.


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