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    Daktronics & Sony bring HD to Cincinnati Reds home ballpark





    Daktronics has made a name outfitting stadiums across the country with high definition scoreboards and the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati is no different. Reds fans can look forward to a 138 by 39 foot high main scoreboard, plus two other displays behind left field, and the first use of Daktronics' HD-16 LED technology for a higher res ribbon board along the first and third base lines. Sony's jumped in the game, outfitting the stadium with top notch broadcast and production equipment, plus our favorite feature, as the stadium's 64 luxury suites feature 46-inch BRAVIA HDTVs and Vaio PCs running StadiumView software, which lets fans choose which HD feed to watch via touchscreen.

    http://sev.prnewswire.com/computer-e...2042009-1.html

    http://www.daktronics.com/Company/Ne...nnatiReds.aspx

    http://www.engadgethd.com/2009/04/03...me-ballpark-1/
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    Re: Daktronics & Sony bring HD to Cincinnati Reds home ballpark

    I wonder how much that cost.

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    Re: Daktronics & Sony bring HD to Cincinnati Reds home ballpark

    Check out our listed lineup - pure fantasy

    Vs. Lilly, a LHP:

    - BP in the 2 hole (gonna be SS, probably)

    - Votto at cleanup (gonna be BP)

    - Hernandez 5th (EdE or Votto here)

    - Dickerson (BA listed at .304) hitting 8th (Gomes, for sure - probably 7th)

    - Bruce, Phillips, Dickerson all hitting over .300 and EdE hitting .291!

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    Re: Daktronics & Sony bring HD to Cincinnati Reds home ballpark

    Now if only they could install a decent speaker system in the park. There are some areas where it is impossible to hear the PA system.

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    Re: Daktronics & Sony bring HD to Cincinnati Reds home ballpark

    It could just be my bad eyes, but it looks like they have Harang batting .320. I know the lineup and averages are crazy, but that has to be the best of them all! I mean, I know Aaron's been improving some, but he is still an even worse hitter than everyone thinks Willy Taveras is going to be!:

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    Re: Daktronics & Sony bring HD to Cincinnati Reds home ballpark

    Now that you point out that they have Harang batting .320, I took a look at the lineup they are showing there. I like what I see. They've got:

    Traveras
    Phillips
    Bruce
    Votto
    Hernandez
    EE
    Gonzalez
    Dickerson

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    Re: Daktronics & Sony bring HD to Cincinnati Reds home ballpark

    Alot better than what they have had. Sitting in the upper deck, one could barely make out the numbers on the board.


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