CobraNet-Enabled Installations

As the premier real-time digital audio distribution and control technology, CobraNet has been implemented into a number of major audio manufacturers products. CobraNet's proven success and leadership in this field is evident by its use in prominent venues worldwide.

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Installations Gallery

Gaylord Palms Convention Center
Gaylord Palms Convention Center At 400,000 square feet, the Gaylord Palms Convention Center is the largest space of its kind in Florida.
HangZhou Theater, China
HangZhou Theater, China QSControl / RAVE Make Debut in China
Central Christian Church
Central Christian Church Sound System Microphone Splitter without any Transformers: Using computer networking technology to distribute audio
Wembley Stadium in London, England
Wembley Stadium in London, England Wembley Stadium, in London's north-western suburbs, is without doubt the world's most famous football (as in soccer) ground.
Experience Music Project, Seattle, WA
Experience Music Project (PDF) From Gigabit to Gigabeat: Interactive Music Museum Relies on Extreme for Private Metro Area Network
Sydney Olympics 1
Sydney Olympics 1 The sound-reinforcement system installed at Stadium Australia, home to the 2000 Olympic Games, required both quality and versatility.
Sydney Olympics 2
Sydney Olympics 2 It's a sound system of Olympic proportions, the largest public address system yet installed in Australia, and it features world beating unique control technology.
Sydney Olympics 3
Sydney Olympics 3 CobraNet shines in Olympic Park audio network
Clapton Tour 2001
Clapton Tour 2001 Spectrum Sound's Advanced CobraNet
Rane Floating on Earth
Rane Floating on Earth Rane Corporation’s exclusive UK distributor, Hayden Laboratories Ltd, has supplied Rane NM84 network mic preamps to London-based specialist classical recording company Floating Earth.
South Carolina State House
Aladdin Hotel and Casino
Aladdin Hotel and Casino (2000) Aladdin Gambles On Spectacular Sound