Recent Posts tagged with QSC

Tech Focus: Digital Audio Networking, Part 3 — Hard Rock Stadium Sets a New Benchmark

Networked audio in sports venues has seemed a fast-track proposition in recent years, but the reality is that digital venue sound remains largely segregated from a venue’s network infrastructure. That’s mainly a function of the entrenched nature of IT culture, which, to some extent, continues to view networked audio as a bit of a digital […]  More

Shure, QSC To Integrate Shure Microflex Networked Mics and Entire Q-SYS Platform

QSC, LLC and Shure Incorporated have announced an expanded level of integration between Shure Microflex Advance and Microflex Wireless microphones with the entire Q-SYS Platform.  The partnership includes the release of new control plug-ins for the Shure MXA910 Ceiling Array Microphone and Microflex Wireless microphone systems. The latest Q-SYS Designer Software v5.3 update enables a multitude of audio connectivity options including […]  More

A/V Systems at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Mix Old and New

Dave Dusick, owner of Racetrack Engineering, the A/V-systems manager and troubleshooter for auto racing, was holding a meeting in a corner of the cafeteria in the media building, next to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s iconic infield Pagoda. He was talking his crew of a dozen men and women, some working their first Indianapolis 500 race, […]  More

LSU Tigers Get Sound To Shout About This Season

When LSU’s Tiger Stadium was expanded to more than 102,000 seats between 2012 and 2014 from its previous capacity of 92,500, it became the third-largest stadium in the SEC, the sixth-largest in the NCAA, and the ninth-largest in the world. However, through it all, Tiger Stadium never relinquished the title of loudest venue in college […]  More

Case Studies in Improved Sound: Wichita State’s Koch Arena, Boise State’s Bronco Stadium

Stadiums tend to get the glory, but arenas are often the problem child for sports-venue sound. Circular designs and center-hung signage and sound systems can create challenges for intelligibility, as can the need for high-SPL music and especially the amped-up low end pioneered in NBA arenas. Two recent sound-system renovations illustrate what it takes to […]  More

Winter NAMM Show Offers a Bit of NAB Preview

It’s not NAB or even AES, but the annual Winter NAMM Show, which took place last week in Anaheim, CA, has become a harbinger for the former and is giving the latter, according to some, a run for its money. Winter NAMM (the smaller, summer edition takes place in Nashville in July) has become the […]  More

MSG Gets an A/V Makeover

It has taken only three years of working around complete basketball and hockey seasons as well as numerous concerts, but Madison Square Garden — and its sound system — has been renovated. The facility was ready for action on Oct. 25.  More

Overhaul at Mile High: Denver Broncos’ Sports Authority Field Gets Comprehensive Facelift

When an NFL franchise sells out every single home game for 43 consecutive seasons, it never hurts to give back to the fans that fill the stadium each Sunday. That’s exactly what the Denver Broncos were looking to do when they greenlighted an approximately $24 million renovation of audio-visual facilities at Sports Authority Field at […]  More

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