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Memorial Stadium

Ohio Stadium

Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex


Power and Clarity for Today’s Sports Venues

The new era of "sportainment" places unprecedented demands on sound systems in sports venues of all sizes, from gymnasiums to stadiums and arenas. Retaining good voice intelligibility in the presence of high ambient noise remains a crucial consideration, but today’s systems must also offer higher power and wider bandwidth to accommodate the music, video soundtracks and even live bands that are being integrated into sporting events and halftime activities.

Sporting venues present extreme challenges in regard to sound projection and pattern control. Large outdoor stadiums with point-source systems call for exceptional long-throw capability, while indoor arenas are notoriously reverberant. Meyer Sound offers a full range of solutions to meet these demands, in fact, Meyer Sound is the only company to make the revolutionary SB-1 parabolic long-throw sound beam, a highly directional device capable of providing high intelligibility at distances of over 300 feet.

When the games begin, Meyer Sound systems stand ready to provide sound that is powerful, intelligible and musical - the ideal complement to any contemporary sporting event.

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Meyer Sound: Power and Clarity for Sports Venues

"We're now having productions come in, take a look at what we have and say, 'I'm sorry we pulled our rig off the truck. I like what you have in here."

- Jeff Chenery,
Assistant Director, Stephen C. O'Connell Center at the University of Florida

"People were asking me, 'What is the PA doing up there? I couldn't hear anything through it.' I took that as a great compliment, for myself and for all the others involved, because with the PA off you couldn't really hear much of anything in that huge venue."

- Bob Scott,
FOH, Sydney Superdome

"The sound quality was a point in favor of Meyer Sound loudspeakers, but longevity was also a key consideration. We like things that last for a long time. The last time we touched the stadium system was in the mid-1960s, and we were looking for something that we felt would do the job for many years to come."

- Charlie Beard
Senior Electrical Engineer, Purdue