Originally posted by phatbutskinny:
Just wondering, why aren't domes louder than clink? They have no noise escaping at all right?
How does a trombone get so loud? It's "open" on one side right? But it blurts out a sound that is louder than what you put in because of the way the waves resonate.
Sound in a dome resonates all over the place. Even at C-Link, the domes are on the top, pushing the sound down, but nobody is screaming straight up, so it creates more of a deeper bass sound.
At Levi's, we will have a giant wall, that will direct the sound DIRECTLY onto the field. The wall is made of hard material and it will deflect higher frequencies because of that. I think it might even "sound" louder than C-Link because of the higher frequencies.
[ Edited by BrianGO on Feb 11, 2014 at 8:25 PM ]