DTE Music Theater spends $500,000 to improve sound quality

By Jamie Edmonds, Local 4 Sports, @jamie_edmonds, jedmonds@wdiv.com
Published On: May 23 2014 06:30:12 PM EDT

DTE reopens tonight with Eddie Money.

CLARKSTON, Mich. -

When you go to the DTE Music Theater for a concert this summer, you should be able to hear a difference from last year.

That’s because the Palace Sports and Entertainment group spent nearly $500,000 in improvements to their sound system.

Golden Acoustics, a company from Troy, is responsible for the improvements.

Golden Acoustics Sonic Distribution System is the world’s first full-frequency sound balancing system that can actually tune any room or environment. Doug Magyari, GA’s president, designed panels which effectively equalize a room’s response to the full audio spectrum.

You will notice the new panels on either side of the stage at DTE Music Theater. The first concert of the summer is Eddie Money, Friday night.

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