The MSG Sphere in Las Vegas is not only the largest sphere on earth, but also home to the world’s most advanced audio system, the Sphere Entertainment Company announced Monday.
Sphere Studios Partners with 3-D Innovator Holoplot In order to create “Sphere Immersive Sound”, press release monday is “the world’s largest fully integrated, concert-grade audio system that revolutionizes the immersive audio experience.”
When the venue opens in Sin City this September, every seat in the dome will offer “crystal clear, distinctive sound.” To achieve this, the system utilizes 1,586 permanent speaker modules, 300 mobile speaker modules and 167,000 speaker drivers, amplifiers and processing channels, according to the release.
“To create this experience, we had to go far beyond existing audio technology,” David Dibble, CEO of the company’s MSG Ventures division, said in a release. “At HOLOPLOT, we have found partners who are at the forefront of innovation to achieve our vision and truly transform what is possible with audio.”
At over £395,100, the system is 99% hidden from guests behind a giant LED screen made by the company.
The venue has already become the center of attention with its outdoor LED screen that projects a giant eyeball that captures the city. As part of the 4th of July event, the orb displayed an American flag, a basketball, a jack-o’-lantern, and even the Earth itself.
Participants 1 of 25 concerts featuring U2 at MSG Sphere will be the first to experience the sound system from inside when the venue officially debuts on September 29th and runs through mid-December.
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