A simple solution
Dear Editor:Just before the start of the Lang Lang concert on Wednesday night the ushers closed the shutters/baffles, effectively attenuating the music to the throng assembled on the lawn. No criticism, those inside the tent have every right to a maximum listening experience and stemming external wind noise by the use of the shutters is correct.However, by installing small, high efficiency speakers outside the tent, either buried in the ground or under the tent overhangs, those seated on the lawn would not have strain to listen. Why not increase the aura of the exceptional music presented by the Music Festival with this simple expedient?Neil SiegelAspen
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