The Louisiana Superdome, an enclosed stadium with a seating capacity of 95,000, was designed for a variety of uses ranging from sports events through entertainment to large conventions. The loudspeaker systems employed are described as well as the functional and electrical arrangement of components and some observations on the performance of the system.
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