Renovations to the Sheldon Hall ballroom improved the sight, sound and appearance of this historic space.
A new projector, screen, speakers, control panels, stage lights and an induction loop for the hearing impaired all enhance the audiovisual experience for guests at the ballroom’s many campus events and public performances.
The new 10,000-lumen projector and 16-by-10-foot retractable screen accommodate today’s wide video formats and represent substantial improvements over the older technology. Martin Line Arrays speakers, stage lights on racks and a spotlight are operated with new digital control panels offstage and at the rear of the house.
New carpet tile, an enclosure for the projector, electrical and wireless upgrades, and a paint job also make a more welcoming, updated ballroom.
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