In late August, Nederlander Concerts, who operates the Greek Theater, had contacted Clarus looking for help with some issues they were having with their existing assistive listening system. Regular patrons had reported issues with the signal dropping out around the venue.
Clarus's Matthew Field visited the Greek Theater to perform a site radio frequency survey, assessed the existing equipment, and made recommendations as to how the system should be improved.
The site survey highlighted issues with some of the receivers, as well as issues of coverage caused by the temporary placement of the transmitter and antenna. Matt recommended replacing the existing receivers with the latest Williams Sound R37 model, relocating the transmitter, and permanently installing a better antenna on the proscenium to maximize coverage.
Following completion of these upgrades, regular patrons that make use of the system have reported improvements so significant, that the Greek now provides the best listening experience of any of venues they visit.
Clarus is proud to have supplied the necessary expertise and equipment to help ensure that hearing-impaired concert goers at this prestigious venue are once again able to enjoy concert performances to the best degree possible.
Mike Devlin - 4 years ago
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