Video and Audio Buyer's Guide
for live events venues

Making informed decisions on your next video and audio solutions

60 acre mixed-use development

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41,500 seats, one of the largest ballparks in the U.S.

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7,774 sq. ft. main LED video display

Purchasing a new multi-million dollar video board or sound system is a dizzyingly complex process. It’s also incredibly consequential. Whether you’re hosting a sports game, musical performance, or amusement park adventure, these investments will play a central role in your venue for years to come—so it’s imperative to make an informed decision.



While executives, owners, and decision-makers shouldn’t hesitate to rely on outside expertise, you still need a foundational understanding yourself. Ultimately, you’re the one who needs to ask the right questions, provide the appropriate requirements, and make the final choice. That’s why we created this impartial buyer’s guide.

Simply enter your information to download your free PDF of the Video & Audio Buyer’s Guide for Live Events Venues, along with helpful checklists, reference sheets, and more.

Audio Video Buyers Guide

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video board shootout: criteria to compare before buying

When it comes time to replace your living room TV, you’ll do your homework as a savvy consumer: you’ll learn about specs, read reviews, and trek out to your local electronics emporium for a sideby- side comparison. Shouldn’t you do the same for a multi-million dollar video board solution?

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THE MYTHS ABOUT VIDEO BOARD CONSTRUCTION

Uncover the truth about all weather protection, color quality, and resolution. And how to focus on the most valuable features to get the best solution for your budget.

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HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR SOUND SYSTEM SOLUTION

Not all live events sound system solutions are created equal. Discover the differences that matter and learn how a properly designed sound and video solution should work together.

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elevating the fan experience on screens big & small

Sports teams and venue owners increasingly look to elevate the fan experience wherever possible. It’s all about creating an immersive atmosphere that attracts fans and keeps them coming back.