Nearly three years ago, the 1,700-seat Theatre at the Hilton in Las Vegas got the crowning achievement of its five-year renovation that included replacing the original stage, reconfiguring the seating, and implementing a whole new AV infrastructure. Head technician Michael Beyer presided over the installation of two Yamaha PM1D audio consoles in the theatre that was originally built for Elvis (he performed more than 800 shows there), and Beyer's expertise was tapped again when the Hilton's ...

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