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RNSS have delivered a system design and worked with Roger Lindsay to specify the upgrade, to a concert-standard sound system, for Saracens Rugby Club’s 10,000-seater stadium, working closely with VDC along the way.
The new Allianz Park stadium in North London, home to Saracens Rugby Club, has raised the bar for audio systems in the world of rugby and has been designed to give fans the best possible audio experience.
Hi-fidelity sound is now available throughout the stadium. In addition to the new East grandstand, it also encompasses the three other stands and all internal spaces. This includes the 105 metre long interior space under the East stand which doubles as a match day bar, indoor athletics track, and training area.
All 17 corporate boxes are equipped with individual multi-source audio and local level controls, and the four function rooms have the same capability, plus comprehensive full range audio playback from a variety of audio sources including wireless microphones and CD players via a bespoke control rack.
RNSS owner Richard Nowell said:
We have worked with VDC for many years. On a project this size we were of course obliged to market test their service and it was some relief, though not much surprise, when they came up well ahead of the competition.
We knew the project would evolve under construction and apparently impossible demands would be made of us and our suppliers so it was good to know we had the team at VDC firmly behind us.
They kept pace effortlessly with our needs and reacted without question to every demand thrown at them. We can only thank them.
Full Tech Spec for Saracens RFC Stadium:
East stand outdoors
All other areas:
East stand Outdoors
East stand internal
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