This stadium is the home of the Carolina Panthers NFL team.
In the summer of 2006 Jim Brawley was selected to assist in the Digital Signal Processing up-grade
and new tuning for the bowl public address loudspeaker system. In 2008 we were selected as Loudspeaker System Design Consultants for the new
System Upgrade completed for the
2008 NFL season.
Chapman and Landrum High Schools, Spartanburg County, SC
Chapman High School Auditorium
Chapman High School Gymnasium
This new high school includes a1000 seat auditorium,
2500 seat gymnasium, 600-seat cafeteria and 4 athletic fields. The auditorium is used for assembly, drama,
and musical productions. It is equipped with a “dead hang” curtain and stage lighting system, sound amplification
system for up to 40 microphones and video projection. The cafeteria and gymnasiums are equipped with high
fidelity sound systems for assembly and event use. The four athletic fields are equipped with announcement
and music playback sound systems. An identical school – Landrum High School was build simultaneously
with the Chapman High School. JSB&A provided the technical systems consulting for the project including sound, rigging,
lighting, and projection.
Systems Project Value: $330,000 for each school.
Completed: September 2006McMillan Smith & Partners Architects, PLLC
Costal Carolina University Stadium Sound System
with Jim Bang of One Source Building Technologies, Myrtle Beach, SC.
McMillan Smith & Partners Architects, PLLC
Dorman High School - Spartanburg, SC Gymnasium Sound and Video
The sound can be easily configured for various game and stage positions with a simple control panel.
Smith & Partners Architects PLLC
Pelion High School, Lexington County, SC Gymnasium
Venture: Architects BC & Jumper Carter Sease Architects
Cedar Grove Baptist Church, Simpsonville, SC
for new Family Life Gymnasium
AMS Architects, Greenville, SC
Hooper Eblen Center Arena, Tennessee Tech University
of New Sound System completed May 2004
by Spectrum Sound, Nashville, TN
A closeup of JBL AE Series Loudspeakers used in the Hooper