Lavell Edwards Stadium:LED Display Systems (Scoring, Timing Systems and Basic Controls), Integrated Digital and Static Signage, Sound Reinforcement System.
Marriott Center: LED Display Systems, Integrated Digital and Static Signage, High Density Wi-Fi.
Lavell Edwards Stadium: LED Display Systems, Integrated Digital and Static Signage, Sound Reinforcement System.
Larry H. Miller Field: LED Display Systems, Integrated Digital and Static Signage.
Gail Miller Field: LED Display Systems, Integrated Digital and Static Signage.
Smith Fieldhouse: LED Display Systems.
Having met and exceeded BYU’s expectations as their Owner’s Representative and AV Consultant for LaVell Edwards Stadium in 2012 and 2017, AJP was re-engaged in 2021 to design, procure and oversee the construction of a state-of-the-art HD video system encompassing end zone videoboards, ribbon board, and a new point source sound system. The new north end zone scoreboard measures 51 feet wide by 34 feet high and boasts 1,765 square feet of LED—a significant upgrade from the previous scoreboard’s 486 square feet of LED. The new south end scoreboard measures 51 feet wide and 33.5 feet high with 1,732 square feet of LED (up from 840 sqft). Eight-foot-high LED ribbon boards were installed in both endzones to match the east side ribbon board that was designed, procured and installed in 2017.
For audio, the new north scoreboard houses a Danley Jericho point-source sound system installed within a dedicated loudspeaker enclosure at the top of the structure. The speaker system consists of an exploded cluster of fourteen (14) various Danley Jericho loudspeaker models, selected and arranged to cover the stadium bowl seating areas. There are six (6) smaller Danley loudspeakers attached to the bottom of the structure, deployed as down-fill coverage to enhance speech and intelligibility for the local seating. Four (4) Danley BC-218 subwoofers are strategically located within the scoreboard’s loudspeaker enclosure to provide extended low-frequency support for program audio in the bowl. The new point-source sound system is powered by Danley DNA 20K and 10K amplifiers, also housed in the scoreboard structure using environmentally controlled equipment racks. The sound system’s Front of House audio processing upgrades include a new Yamaha digital audio mixing console, QSC Qsys digital signal processing, and Shure Axient digital wireless microphone systems.
May 1, 2021
NEW VIDEO BOARDS, SOUND SYSTEM COMING TO LAVELL EDWARDS STADIUM
PROVO, Utah — BYU director of athletics Tom Holmoe has announced new video boards, LED ribbon boards and a new sound system will be installed in Lavell Edwards Stadium for the 2021 season. The project is funded completely by Nu Skin, a longtime partner and corporate sponsor of BYU Athletics.
“Together, we have established a great atmosphere at LaVell Edwards Stadium,” Holmoe said, “and these upgrades will greatly enhance the game day experience. Thank you, Nu Skin, for making this possible.”
Both video boards at the north and south ends of the stadium with be replaced. The current dimensions are 34 by 50 feet, the new dimensions of the south board will be 48 by 131 feet and the north board will be 36 by 72 feet. New LED ribbon boards will also be installed on the north and south ends of the stadium to match the current ribbon board on the east side of the stadium. The north and south ribbon boards are currently four feet tall and will be replaced with 8 feet ribbon boards. A new single point sound system will replace the old sound system in the north end zone, which will significantly enhance the audio experience for those in attendance.
Nu Skin is funding 100 percent of the upgrades. No BYU Athletics or university funds are being used for this project.
“One of the many things the past year has taught us is the importance of community,” said Nu Skin CEO Ritch Wood. “We are proud to be part of this community and to have our headquarters right in the heart of Provo and right at the heart of BYU. We look forward to connecting with BYU fans and students during the upcoming season and are excited to be able to enhance the experience through the video boards and sound system at LaVell Edwards Stadium.”
Construction will begin on the installation of the new video boards this month. They will be completed for the 2021 BYU football season.