For over 20 years, the Kentucky Center performing arts complex in downtown Louisville has served as the largest multipurpose venue in the state, hosting dance performances, concerts, and high-profile political events that include Ronald Reagan’s presidential election debate in 1984. Many of these high-profile presentations were heard through the 12-year-old Meyer Sound system installed in the biggest venue of the complex, the Royal S. Whitney Hall. When it came time to upgrade the sound ...

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