Broward Center for the Performing arts

When the scale of the performance can change one night to the next, flexibility is as important as quality.

Broward Center for the Performing arts

Fort Lauderdale, FL 2016

When one of the top-10 most visited theaters in the world wanted a new, bigger sound for their smaller performance space, they called Pro Sound to make it happen.

The team outfitted the amaturo, a black-box style theater, with a smaller version of the same Meyer sound system and Yamaha mixers used in the main hall. This enabled staff to seamlessly operate either room without retraining on an additional system.

Designers also equipped the room, which books the venue’s more avant garde shows, with cabling, communications and the flexibility to stage nearly any kind of performance.

This empowers artists from around the world to share their visions with audiences more than 300 nights a year.


Meyer sound

Yamaha mixers

System design






June 2017