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Member Spotlight: Knight Sound & Lighting

Knight Sound & Lighting is an institutional service and sales agency for lighting control systems (dimming, relay, architectural, theatrical, BAS/BACnet integration), theatrical lighting systems (fixtures and control) and professional grade sound systems.



Knight Sound & Lighting has been in business since 1989 and is known locally, regionally and nationally as a high-quality provider of technical service. Headquartered in Stow, Ohio, their technicians have worked in most of the 50 states as well as in many countries internationally, including Brazil, Canada, and the Philippines.


In the past 30 years, CEO Mark Knight, COO Stacy Knight, CFO Heather Ahearn and their team have worked all over the country in lots of interesting places. Some of these include Andrews Airforce Base, Comerica Park, T Mobile Park, United Center, Warren Berger Federal Building, Lyric Theatre (Broadway), Nasa TV Studio in Washington DC, Liberty Bell Complex, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum, Cleveland Veteran’s Administration, and the public theatres at the Pittsburgh Cultural Center.

What do all of these facilities have in common? Lighting control systems!

Knight Sound & Lighting services very old and very new/cutting edge lighting control systems. Most of their work is in theatres, schools, universities, houses of worship and government or municipal buildings. They also specialize in sound systems for houses of worship, small conference spaces, theatres and more.



Need help with your lighting our audio?

Knight Sound & Lighting's friendly “techsperts” can point you in the right direction. They also have a full service e-commerce site for theatrical lighting, audio and lighting controls.


Stop by GoKnight.com to learn more.

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