Doyt L. Perry Stadium
Doyt L. Perry Stadium OH on the Bowling Green State University campus with its 28,599 seating capacity is more than just a football facility. It is one of the largest and most attractive athletic facilities in the Mid-American Conference. On October 8, 1983, a huge crowd of 33,527 packed into Perry Stadium for the annual Northwest Ohio rivalry between Bowling Green and Toledo, establishing a school and MAC record for single-game attendance. In 2004 BGSU commissioned a new end zone score board and sign with the Falcon logo on it as part of that renovation project Torrence Sound Equipment corroborated on a design and installed the first full-range sound systems in the MAC.
The full-range loudspeaker system consists of Community R6-51 multi driver vertical arrays powered by 24000 watts of Crown CTs amplifiers installed by Torrence Sound behind the Falcon Sign high a top the new score board. The system addresses the stadium with 30, 12 inch woofers, 30, midrange compression drivers and 30 1 inch tweeters. The stadium system not only delivers high intelligibility voice announcement to all 28,599 seats but also can thump out near concert quality music over the most enthusiastic crowds. The system is operated and monitored by Peavey Media Matrix software over optical fiber from the press box on the west side of the stadium which includes the plush Stadium Club. Now in its 20th year of operation, the Stadium Club’s 106 theatre-type seats, which are all sold, provide loyal BGSU fans with the best view of the game. The President’s Box, located at the top of the east side of the stadium, provides luxury seating for the University President, his guests, and other supporters of Falcon football.