After outlining his vision for the rugby stadium of the future, Saracens CEO Edward Griffiths brought in Roger Lindsay, as consultant for the project giving him a brief to achieve the highest possible audio performance.
His view was that many rugby grounds had antiquated sound systems, but believed rugby fans had higher expectations due to better TV, domestic sound systems and music venues, and cited Milton Keynes Bowl as being one of the better examples at that time.
Roger Lindsay took that brief and brought in RNSS Ltd to work up the design with him and deliver the project.
In addition to the new East grandstand, the hi-fidelity sound 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.
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