CARIBBEAN -- For the first time in history, last year's Cricket World Cup (CWC) was held in the Caribbean, with matches staged in eight venues across the West Indies territory. A huge success by all standards, the games drew an attendance of 672,000 - including more than 100,000 international visitors - and were televised to more than two billion viewers in over 200 countries, further cementing Cricket's reputation as the world's second most popular sport. AMR Limited of Trinidad proudly "stepped up to bat" by designing and installing sophisticated PAVA (Public Address and Voice Alarm) systems sporting Crown Audio amplification, BSS Audio processing and JBL Professional loudspeakers. At the heart of each of these installs is Harman Pro's HiQnet, a control protocol that allows for seamless integration between the various audio components.
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Crown Plays Cricket In The Caribbean
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