The Huntington Center is a 266,00 sq. ft. multi-purpose arena with 8,000-seat, 22 private suites, and two 525 sq. ft. party suites in downtown Toledo, Ohio. The Huntington Center was completed in October of 2009. It replaced the now demolished Toledo Sports Arena.
Torrence Sound of Perrysburg, Ohio a specialty sound and video contractor was chosen to install sound systems throughout the facility for public address, background and foreground music, as well as reinforcement of performance.
Torrence utilized a network audio platform that interconnects the venues many systems together and provides central control and monitoring. In addition to an analog mixing console and other conventional controls the system offers a server based graphical user interface with level control, zoning, routing of program sources, live audio feeds as well as seamless integration of amplifiers and speaker management.
The Huntington Center is home of the Toledo Walleye an ECHL ice hockey team beginning in the 2009–10 season Toledo Arena Sports, Inc., had been in discussions with the National Basketball Association to bring an NBA Developmental League team to the arena, but plans have been shelved for the moment due to scheduling conflicts with Walleye games. Toledo Arena Sports has not totally abandoned the idea and an NBA-D team could be developed in the future.