Ole Miss indoor practice facility gets tune up

The University of Mississippi has hundreds of student athletes, competing at the highest level of NCAA Division I level in 18 men’s and women’s sports. Those athletes are on the grind each and every day—from grueling classes to practice to the playing field, they always have to be on top of their game.

Those athletes received a boost in the weight room this summer, as the folks from Lowrance Sound Company, professional audio, video and lighting in Tennessee, installed a new network keypad and sound system in the indoor practice facility.

The Ole Miss weight room is now equipped with a URC KP-4000C, a two-way in-wall color network keypad. The keypad allows those in the weight room to control input levels from their music device or CD player, among many other neat functions. The network keypad is fully compatible with many of the popular IP-based components and is outfitted with a 3.5-inch color LCD touch screen. The unit is available in black or white or light almond.

While it’s a great interface, the student-athletes were even more captivated by the two 18-inch powered, 1000-watt sub-woofers which deliver intelligible sound to those working out in the facility.

Lowrance Sound also reorganized the sound system with a new rack so it could not be moved or damaged and removed the initial storage rack that had unsafe boards and a cluttered entertainment system.

Check out the Lowrance Sound Company Facebook page for more of their recent project, or visit www.LowranceSoundCompany.com.

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