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Completed just in time for the 2006/'07 football season, Stanford Stadium at Stanford University sports a brand-new audio system, integrated by Pro Media/Ultrasound. 12/01/2006 7:00 AM Eastern

Grand Ole Opry (Nashville) member Dierks Bentley performs using the venue’s new stock of Sennheiser and Neumann mics; Bentley sings through a Sennheiser SKM 5200

Completed just in time for the 2006/'07 football season, Stanford Stadium at Stanford University sports a brand-new audio system, integrated by Pro Media/Ultrasound. In addition to bringing fans closer to the action (stripping out some 40,000 seats), the stadium boasts an audio system comprising JBL loudspeakers, Crown amps and BSS Soundweb processing…Across the Bay, UC Berkeley's Zellerbach Hall has the first install of Meyer Sound's new Constellation system, which is powered by the company's VRAS technology and allows a venue to provide acoustics appropriate to the needs of each program at the touch of a button…One of the first new DiGiCo D5T12 consoles is already hitting the road, touring throughout the UK for the stage production of Me and My Girl; sound designer Andy Collins designed the sound spec for this tour around the new DiGiCo offering…Held over Columbus Day weekend, top Soca, calypso, reggae, Zouk and salsa artists performed at the annual Broward Caribbean Carnival (Sunrise, FL), which featured a mobile Dynacord Cobra system supplied by Drummer Boy Sound (Miami).