Lower Merion School District in Montgomery County, PA desired a substantial upgrade for two middle school auditoriums. Clear Sound Inc. was selected as the vendor of choice for the projects. Welsh Valley Middle School received a comprehensive upgrade of sound and lighting while Bala Cynwyd Middle school received an entire new sound system.
Swarthmore College’s beautiful baseball field was a charming place to watch a game, with just one problem: nobody could hear the game announcements. Clear Sound installed a system that provided the ideal combination of outdoor ruggedness with ease-of-use. Four Community speakers offer excellent speech intelligibility over the bleachers, giving the field thorough, well-balanced coverage.
Built in 1921, Princeton University’s Baker hockey rink is a cherished piece of Princeton Athletics history. As part of a decades-long campaign to improve the rink while maintaining its architectural charm, the University hired Clear Sound to provide expertise in upgrading the outdated audio system.
Every year, tens of thousands of fans crowd into the historic Franklin Field stadium at the University of Pennsylvania to enjoy the Penn Relays: a fast-paced track and field event that has been a Penn institution since 1894.
School gymnasiums pose a specific challenge when it comes to sound design: they’re used for a wide range of purposes, from sports to graduation ceremonies, all with distinct audio needs.
Knowing Clear Sound’s reputation for tricky installations, The Haverford School came to us for a new audio system in their unusually reverberant double gymnasium. An added challenge? The installation had to be complete in time for graduation – just two weeks away.
Founded in 1888 by a small group of aspiring actors at the University of Pennsylvania, The Mask and Wig Club is a venerable institution dedicated to theatrical comedy. The group founded its headquarters in a former stable in 1894, hiring prominent Philadelphia architect Wilson Eyre to convert the historic property, and bringing in Maxfield Parrish to decorate the theater.
When Kesher Israel realized they needed to upgrade their sound system just a month before the Jewish holidays, they called Clear Sound. Clear Sound immediately swung into action, visiting the synagogue and creating a proposal in short order.
Lansdale’s Trinity Church is a house of worship with a rich musical heritage. When it came time to redesign their sound system, Clear Sound had two main objectives: to provide exceptional audio quality, and to integrate the new system into the church’s stunning historic interior.
Miller Chapel is the center of worship life at Princeton Theological Seminary, hosting daily services, musical presentations, audio/video recordings and remote transmissions. When the Seminary decided to upgrade their outdated audio/video systems, they called Clear Sound.
Clear Sound assessed the many challenges posed by the aging installation and came up with a plan to upgrade the system as efficiently as possible, using existing components whenever it made sense.
Clear Sound is very proud to be a part of the Philadelphia Orchestra's Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute Concert at Girard College
Clear Sound provided the event production, audio and video equipment, staging and lighting for Campus Philly's fun and interactive annual meeting in the Academy of Natural Science's Dinosaur Hall
For the Philadelphia Marathon's entire 20 year history, Clear Sound has provided sound production at the start and finish lines along with more than a dozen stages throughout the race course.
Intimate, natural-sounding dialogue in a sold-out theater. Crisp, intelligible announcements in a packed stadium. Exhilarating lights and music at an outdoor summer festival. A stirring sermon reaching every corner of a cavernous church.
Sounds like the work of Clear Sound - the Delaware Valley's best full-service audio, video and lighting company.