Sound reinforcement systems from Bay Area audio innovator Meyer Sound are
playing a supporting role in Super Bowl 50 festivities, the biggest Super Bowl week
ever celebrated and one that the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee calls “uniquely Bay

In their quest to make the game-day sound for this Super Bowl the best ever, NFL
production leaders tapped Meyer Sound to help enhance the February 7 experience
between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos. Meyer Sound’s technical
team worked with ATK Audiotek of Valencia, Calif. to rig SB-1 parabolic long-throw
sound beams and SB-3F sound field synthesis loudspeakers at Levi’s Stadium,
ensuring that the full house in the upper deck can enjoy game day.

State-of-the-art Meyer Sound solutions can also be found enhancing the fan
experience at many of the Bay Area events leading up to Super Bowl 50. The
company’s top-of-the-line LEO® Family of line array loudspeakers will support
Metallica’s trademark sound at AT&T Park on Saturday, and power the party at
Project Nightclub on Pier 70 for performances by Dave Matthews Band and Pharrell
Williams on Thursday and Friday nights, respectively. The Red Hot Chili Peppers
perform at Saturday’s Super Bowl eve show there.

In addition, longtime fans at the San Francisco Symphony will experience Meyer
Sound’s newest product— the LEOPARD™ linear sound reinforcement system—in two
special evenings of big-game orchestral celebrations at Davies Symphony Hall.

The systems at AT&T Park, Pier 70, and Davies Symphony Hall were supplied by
Martinez, Calif.-based Pro Media / UltraSound, a company perhaps best known as
the Grateful Dead’s sound system supplier since 1980.

“All of us at Meyer Sound are thrilled to play a role in the big game and in all the
festivities leading up to this extra special 50th anniversary,’ says Helen Meyer,
Meyer Sound’s executive vice president and co-founder. With a smile, she added,
“Of course, we aren’t taking an official corporate position on who we’d like to win,
but considering that 30 Meyer Sound CAL™ column array loudspeakers are installed
on the upper deck of Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, there might be a slight
tilt toward the Carolina Panthers.’

Founded by Berkeley residents John and Helen Meyer in 1979, Meyer Sound designs
and manufactures its products, including all of the self-powered loudspeakers and
accompanying digital signal processors deployed for these events, on its ever-
expanding Berkeley campus.