1. Nice!
    I wonder how different it is taping IEMs in arenas where everything is closer as opposed to stadiums. I guess bands must use higher power antennas when playing stadiums to overcome the larger distances, right? Does that make it easier to have a stronger connection?
  2. Not really. All the same principles still apply, and you're best off getting a seat in line with how the antennas are aimed. Arenas can be more forgiving. I know plenty of times where people got stadium seats in bad spots relative to antenna orientation and got a very poor signal, whereas similar spot for arena would give you an ok signal.

    The only taper I know at Dallas 2017 completely busted out because he got a bad spot and wouldn't relocate.
  3. Better than the last
  4. Originally posted by hoserama:Not really. All the same principles still apply, and you're best off getting a seat in line with how the antennas are aimed. Arenas can be more forgiving. I know plenty of times where people got stadium seats in bad spots relative to antenna orientation and got a very poor signal, whereas similar spot for arena would give you an ok signal.

    The only taper I know at Dallas 2017 completely busted out because he got a bad spot and wouldn't relocate.
    Yeah I'd guess arenas could be more forgiving just like they usually are regarding sound. It's all waves in the end! Good luck with your location