Midwest Airlines Center
When we finished installing new sound systems in two ballrooms at the Four Points Sheraton near Milwaukee's international airport, management was surprised and pleased at how good they sounded. That's because at Lewis Sound we normally go through the full computerized design and tuning process on new sound system, just as we would with a concert hall. We were also careful to limit access to key adjustment functions, to help keep the systems sounding good.
The New Orleans Ballroom offers 7,900 square feet of meeting space, dividable into three separate meeting areas. We installed:
The Mardi Gras Ballroom offers guests a single, 36' x 75' meeting space where we installed a sound system with:
We used Control 26DTs speakers in this older ballroom because they allowed us to use the existing backboxes and grills. Thus we were able to install them without making any changes to the aesthetics of the ceiling, keeping costs low and disruptions to the hotel at a minimum.
Here the sound system acts as a single system for ballroom sections A and B; C is independent.
Peavey wall panel gives guests control only of local inputs, background music and volume levels.
Lewis Sound & Video does a great deal of AV systems work in hotels like the Four Points.
The New Orleans Ballroom with 2 of its 3 sections combined.
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