Like so many other "road house" venues, the State Theatre in New Brunswick, NJ, tolerated years of the "sound system shuffle." The old house system worked fine for some shows, but it had to be built up with additional speakers for others. For many pop/rock shows, the house system was completely replaced by a rental rig, with all the attendant logistical problems and labor costs. Looking for a way to simplify matters, the theatre management decided to stop shuffling. Their solution: install ...
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