Dolphin Stadium added Eight, Panasonic 103″ Plasmas for Super Bowl XLI

On Sunday, February 4th, football fans at Dolphin Stadium for the Super Bowl XLI match-up between the Indianapolis Colts and the Chicago Bears will have the added advantage of not missing any of the sport’s ultimate game action thanks to eight super-sized Panasonic 103″ plasma displays.

Miami
‘s Dolphin Stadium, one of the country’s premier sports and entertainment venues, recently added eight 103″ TH-103PF9UK full high- definition professional plasma displays to its exclusive Club Level accommodations as part of a large-scale renovation and expansion. Each plasma display boasts an effective display area of approximately 89″ wide by 50″ high — which is almost equivalent in size to a queen-sized bed.

According to stadium officials, guests’ uniform reaction to the beautiful image quality of the 103″ plasmas has been “wow.”

The large-sized 103″ plasma displays are configured in the main lounge and bar areas throughout the Club Level and are capable of showing up to nine different images on a single screen. Two of the plasmas show the nine-split feed games, while the other six plasmas show everything running on the stadium scoreboards on the field, including game action and replays, in-game features, cheerleaders, fans and more.

The TH-103PF9UK provides stunning widescreen progressive display featuring full HD pixel resolution of 1920 horizontal x 1080 vertical and a contrast ratio of 5,000:1 on an effective display area of approximately 89″ wide by 50″ high. Equivalent in size to four 50-inch Panasonic plasma displays, the TH-103PF9UK displays vivid, crisp images with high-contrast and rich, deep blacks in 1080/60p/50p, 1080/60i/50i/24p/24sF/25p/30p, 1080/50i, 720/60p/50p 480/60i/p, and 575/50i/p video signals.