In April of 2002 Pro Sound embarked on a major renovation of the stadium sound system by installing a concert-grade distributed sound system and completed all of the work prior to the beginning of the 2002 football season.
Pro Sound designed and engineered the software-based audio processing system using the first permanently installed Yamaha DME-32 system running on what was the world’s largest mLAN Network at the time.
Pro Sound tuned the new sound system which consisted of 350 loudspeakers and more than 200 amplifiers. The final result yielded remarkable quality and brought the patrons a high-fidelity sound system to this world-class facility.
Pro Sound has performed multiple renovation and addition projects for the stadium over the course of the 17+ years that we have been servicing them.
In addition to our ongoing service to the stadium, Pro Sound has also provided support for the Orange Bowl games (1996-present), four Super Bowls (XXIX, XXXIII, XLI, and XLIV), two World Series (1997 and 2003), and three BCS National Championship Games (2001, 2005, 2009), and last years Pro Bowl Game.