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al-8 & al-4 COMBINATION ARRAYS FOR BOJANGLES COLOSSEUM

Sound & Communications November 2015

If you like to root for the underdog, then Bojangles’ Coliseum warrants your attention. The 9600-seat venue sits in a crowded milieu, surrounded by larger venues, including the 20,000-seat Time Warner Cable Arena and Bank of America Stadium, home of the NFL Carolina Panthers franchise, collateral to the considerable growth that the Charlotte area has experienced in the last several years. And it’s a youthful cohort, too: While the Time Warner Cable Arena just finished its first decade and UNC’s Halton Arena is nearly twice that, Bojangles’ Coliseum celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2015.

But Bojangles’ Coliseum’s endurance (its naming history, from the Charlotte Coliseum to Independence Arena to Cricket Arena, a kind of cultural timeline) is an accomplishment in and of itself, offering a Carnegie Hall level of allure; no other arena in the state or possibly anywhere else can lay claim to having hosted shows by both the Beatles and Elvis Presley.

Lighting & Sound International Magazine Product Review

I have always appreciated the portable PA market segment. These products are the ultimate in utility. They can be used in many different applications and the systems are quite often scaleable from just a pair of “speakers on sticks” to multiple cabinets configured into arrays for covering a mid-sized corporate for music event, to fill speakers for large scale concert systems, or even permanently installed as a main PA system. Quite often, a family of complementary larger or smaller designs is available, or subwoofer options that allow for application in many different circumstances. Vue hit the ground running, releasing its first systems, designated as “h-Class”. Initial offerings included the hs-28 subwoofer h-Class full range loudspeakers, comprising the h-12, h-15 and the h-8. The company added to its product lineup significantly, offering single and dual 12” stage monitors to the h-Class as well as the hs-20 (dual 10”), hs-25 (dual 15”) subwoofers.

Bojangles Colosseum’s $16M upgrade includes a massive VUE al-Class based sound system

When first opened, the building was the largest unsupported steel dome coliseum in the nation. The facility has been known by many names: Charlotte Coliseum, Independence Arena, Cricket Arena and since 2008 as Bojangles’ Coliseum. Inter Technologies  is in process of installing a sound system to the famed stadium located in Charlotte, NC. s a part […]

Pro Sound News Article: Sound Image deploys VUE systems on two CMA Stages

Pro Sound News August/ September supplement issue features VUE Audiotechnik on p.4 CMA Music Festival piece. Sound Image deployed VUE al-Class & h-Class on two festivals stages, The Belk Park Stage and the fringe event at Grand Ole Opry Plaza stage. Read the PSN Festival Business 2015 Article Here

Harold & Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz featured as one of the most important audio installations of 2015

AVNetwork.com posted on March 24th 2015, the YEAR’S MOST IMPORTANT AUDIO INSTALLATIONS LIST by Kelleigh Welch.
VUE Audiotechnik is proud to have been included on this list with SIA Acoustics and Sam Berkow designed ‘Ferring Jazz Bistro’ a performance ‘speakeasy’ for the ‘Harold & Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz’ in St. Louis.