Sports / Leisure
Whether it is a huge stadium where thousands of people are shouting and celebrating, or a small sport center for practice or leisure, TOA always pursues the qualities of the sound to create dynamic sound spaces for participants to enjoy the excitement.
Wimbledon Tennis Courts – United Kingdom
London's Wimbledon Tennis Court is the U.K.'s largest tennis venue and home to the Wimbledon Championships, where players of the highest caliber battle it out in one of the world's most prestigious annual tournaments. Here, a public address system based on TOA's SX-2000 Series Smart Matrix System and digital power amplifiers helps ensure the smooth progress of every match.
This system allows free selection of multiple broadcast areas within the facility, including courts, restaurants, and museum, directing the right information wherever it's needed. Built-in redundancy quickly handles any potential malfunction, and in the event of fire or other emergency, the system switches to deliver evacuation and information announcements from the emergency center. Speakers lining the walls of the court areas are designed to harmonize with the elegant, relaxed atmosphere, while delivering clear, high-quality sound to match.
Cartoon Network Amazone – Thailand
Cartoon Network Amazone – Thailand is one of the largest family-oriented water parks in Asia with Cartoon Network as theme; located in Pattaya, Thailand. TOA supports the establishment of a broadcasting system, including line array speakers on the main stage.
Beijing National Stadium - China
Beijing National Stadium - China, also popularly known as the “Bird’s Nest,” was the main stadium of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. During the games, football and track and field events were held in this stadium, as well as the spectacular opening and closing ceremonies. The biggest issue in the installation of TOA’s systems was how to provide correct and accurate broadcasting that would allow for smooth game operations in a gigantic stadium boasting a seating capacity of as many as 91,000 spectators.
A combined broadcast system composed of the SX-2000 Series Matrix system and the VX-2000 Series Integrated Emergency Public Address system provides background music and general announcements. It also offers easy selection of multiple sound sources for free broadcast to multiple areas through a combination of HX-5 Series Variable Dispersion speakers and ceiling mounted speakers for smooth sound distribution. In case of fire or other emergencies, the system instantly connects to external public address equipment for evacuation announcement to ensure the safety of both spectators and participants. Additionally, extensive failure detection functions programmed into the system ensure that system troubles and failures can be quickly remedied. After the Olympic Games were completed, the stadium was remodeled and the installed TOA systems are expected to be used in a wide assortment of future applications ranging from sports to music concerts and other entertainment events.
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