The sound system at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium has been an issue since the stadium opened in 1997, with comments ranging from “inaudible” and “non-existent” in some sections to “perfect” or “too loud” in others.
Many fans have been frustrated in efforts to keep up with P.A. Announcer Sean Moth’s explanations clarifying what just transpired on the field, especially after controversial calls on critical plays. Those days, hopefully, will soon be in the rear view mirror.
Kenny Klein, sports information director at the University of Louisville, has confirmed that three-phase installation of a state-of-the-art sound system is under way as the 2013 football season begins.
“The goal is to provide the highest quality sound to every seat in the stadium,” he said.
“The goal is to provide the highest quality sound to every seat in the stadium,” he said. “We’ve made numerous adjustments over the years to address the challenge, sometimes with varying results affecting different areas of the stadium. We’re taking a comprehensive approach now to provide quality sound for all fans.”