President, Detroit Lions
- Rod Wood
We are going to be virtually tripling the
size of our video boards.
COMPLETE INSTALLATION OF MEYER SOUND SYSTEM
Prior to the 2016 regular season, the team partnered with Meyer Sound to make temporary improvements to Ford Field’s sound system. In the coming months, they will install the full LEO Family Linear Sound Reinforcement System to replace the original stadium sound system in its entirety.
It will feature eight array clusters with 182 separate loudspeakers, including:
• 42 LEO-M loudspeakers
• 60 LYON loudspeakers
• 24 JM-1P loudspeakers
• 18 UPQ loudspeakers
• 24 high powered 1100LFC subwoofers
• 14 Galileo Galaxy processors – their first fully networkable loudspeaker processor that harnesses open-source AVB technology to extend new levels of audio control which drives and aligns loudspeaker systems in multiple zones.The LEO Family system is Meyer Sound’s flagship line array solution and boasts premium quality sound with astonishing throw, ultra-low distortion, increased intelligibility and significantly more coverage.
The LEO Family system is Meyer Sound’s flagship line array solution and boasts premium quality sound with astonishing throw, ultra-low distortion, increased intelligibility and significantly more coverage.
NEW DAKTRONICS DISPLAYS AND RIBBON BOARDS
In each end zone, the Daktronics main video displays will be more than twice the size of the current displays and measure 39.5 feet high by 152 feet wide. Flanking the main displays will be four additional displays measuring 13 feet high by 59 feet wide that can be used individually or coordinated with the main displays for one continuous 270-foot presentation to show live video, instant replays, statistics, graphics and animations, and sponsorship messages. All five of the displays will feature a 13HD pixel layout, Daktronics’ premier technology, to ensure vibrant, crisp imagery with wide angle visibility.
Additionally, there will be displays mounted to Ford Field’s super columns and ribbon boards mounted along the fascia of Gate A and the main seating bowl. The team worked closely with Daktronics to identify the largest size and best options given the stadium structure.
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