Due to restrictions about preserving the art in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, installing permanent audio was not a possibility. Recently, the museum decided to come up with a new solution for their audio needs, utilizing Bose L1 speakers and audio receivers to create the perfect system.
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The University of Sydney’s new “X-Lab” has the capacity to house eight simultaneous classes across scientific and medical studies.
When Quicken Loans installed Rockbot into their corporate office it was the first time that music would be played throughout the office. Employees, able to choose the songs that play based on up-votes and down-votes, quickly took to the new practice.
When Gillette Stadium management decided to renovate suites, they needed audio systems that would make guests feel like they were on the field.
When the Natural history Museum of Utah needed to update its corporate boardroom with a new wireless digital conferencing system, they chose Listen Technologies.
See the new sound system installed at Ottawa Hills High school gymnasium and learn how the district overcame issues with intelligibility and equipment security.
When the Line Hotel installed audio speakers, they wanted to play for the public, pumping audio to the patio deck, pool area and in the greenhouse.
When Sound Productions of Dallas, TX decided to repurpose a section of their warehouse to create a demo room, they weren’t sure if they could convert the less-than-ideal space. Primacoustic helped them with acoustics.
The University of Oregon turned to Biamp Systems’s AudioFLEX digital audio platform and Nexia CS digital processors to enhance the audio options offered within the complex.
When MFS Investment Management moved to their new headquarters in Boston, they needed to upgrade their audio conferencing systems. They also needed to find a way to mesh the equipment with the aesthetics of the new conference rooms.