Harman’s Crown Audio is now offering an online certification program for its DriveCore Install (DCi) Series amplifiers.
Available free of charge, the program offers instruction covering Crown’s DCi Analog, Network and Network Display amplifier models and information about the company’s proprietary DriveCore technology that is at the heart of the amplifiers’ operation.
The course is available online here. Click on the blue “Test Your Knowledge” icon at the right of the screen to register and take the test.
The test consists of approximately 50 questions and has a time limit of 3 hours to complete. Once registered, users may take the exams in one sitting or save their progress and resume the test at a later date.
“Our DCi certification program was created with installed sound contractors, systems integrators and other professionals in mind, to help them get the most out of Crown’s DCi Series amplifiers and use them effectively in a wide variety of real-world situations,” says Dan Saenz, business segment manager, Crown Audio. “We designed the DCi Series as the new industry standard in installed-sound amplifiers and models are available with connectivity options and power ratings to suit any application.”
Once logged on, participants are asked a series of questions about the DCi Series amplifiers. Information to help in completing the exam can be found in the DCi training videos on the http://www.crownaudio.com” title=“Crown YouTube channel"target=“_blank”>Crown YouTube channel.
Additional information is available by working within Harman’s HiQnet Audio Architect software and watching its training videos, viewing the company’s System Technology Bulletins and by having a general understanding of professional audio and networking. The test is designed to provide guidance to those seeking training, and the questions themselves offer helpful resources.
Participants must receive a score of 90 percent or greater to earn certification. There is no limit to how many times the test may be taken. Once they pass, users receive a downloadable Certificate of Completion and a notification is sent to Crown.