SmokinHawk wrote:Whether we win or not will depend on where they take the measurement.
BuddyRyans46 wrote:SmokinHawk wrote:Whether we win or not will depend on where they take the measurement.
Smokin'Hawk, what do you mean by that? Can you please explain. This Sunday will be my first visit to C-Link, so I am unfamiliar with the acoustics.
HansGruber wrote:Have you seen the video of the Turkish soccer fans setting the record?
If we fail to beat it, the only explanation would be the recording of crowd noise in Turkey was not accurate. Because that crowd was a joke. I've been to many NFL stadiums and most are a lot louder than this:
lobohawk wrote:The only thing I could see which might be cool is if the scoreboard had a bar meter that rose with the volume. We had one in college (using bulbs) which just added to the fervor to reach the red light at the top. Course it was a little silly, as ours was just some dude turning a dial to make it go up, but it was still fun to a bunch of drunk college kids.
HawkWow wrote:The "10 yd penalty" you mention. Typo or reference to the ineptitude of the officials?
TyrantHawk wrote:132 dbA is going to be difficult, nearly impossible. I've measured it from my seats several times and never seen it above 124 dbA, even the Saints playoff game.
I don't believe a Turkish soccer stadium actually hit 132. No way in hell.
But I'll have fun trying to help get it there.