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Coors Field is home to the Colorado Rockies. The 76 acre stadium is located in Denver’s lower downtown ballpark neighborhood and provides baseball fans with an amazing setting with the Rocky Mountains as a back drop to enjoy a ballgame.

This amazing back drop is further enhanced by the audio visual experience created by Scott McGinnis, Audio Visual Manager and his team. Coors Field set up a fully integrated AV control room as its hub to deliver a full blown AV experience for baseball fans.

Here is a video I captured recently of Scott McGinnis giving a tour of the control room and talking about how the Listen assistive listening devices are used.

Plasma screens are used as monitor walls of sources for game producers and directors. There are stations laid out and organized for the AV production team to monitor and control graphics, instant replay, and video boards, edit bays for generating content and an area for a Major League Baseball staff member to record the game feed to deliver to New York after each game for highlight coverage. 
Coors Field offers Listen assistive listening devices for fans who want to be sure they can hear any and all audio in the stadium. The guest services team manages the devices for patrons and Scott’s team makes sure that all the audio is transmitted via the LT-800-216 Stationary FM Transmitter to the patron. If the roaring crowd makes it hard to hear the announcer, the Listen device makes sure baseball fans don’t miss a single sound.
Three separate ListenTALK receivers in a row with different group names on each display screen.
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