QSC Audio will be demonstrating its wide range of system solutions representing small, mid-sized, as well as large installed applications at InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas, booth C11319.
Fully integrated small and mid-sized solutions are now possible with the introduction of the new Q-Sys Core250i/500i integrated cores for the Q-Sys integrated system platform.
The new integrated Cores provide digital networked audio solutions for a wide range of venues such as restaurants, nightclubs, schools, hospitals and churches; the Core 250i supplies up to 64 channels and the Core 500i offers up to 128 network channels.
QSC will also be showcasing a system solution demonstrating how the Q-Sys platform seamlessly integrates digital audio and video over standard Layer 3 Gigabit Ethernet and IT-friendly, non-proprietary hardware in a large and complex stadium environment.
In addition, there will be live demonstrations of QSCtraining.com, a new website that offers an interactive learning experience on QSC technologies.
QSCtraining.com offers product presentations, videos, podcasts, training courses and tests created to provide visitors with the latest information and updates on the full line of QSC products and solutions – including loudspeakers, amplifiers, networking and signal processing.
The course “Q-Sys Level One Training - Online” has recently been approved as fulfilling the RU requirements toward InfoComm Certification, with future modules also being anticipated to meet these requirements. As a special incentive, users who register and complete this training program online within the first 30 days post-show, are automatically entered to win a new iPad.
For house of worship integrators and customers, QSC is also a sponsor of The Technologies for Worship Conference and Pavilion at InfoComm 2012.
At the TWFM Pavilion, QSC is showcasing the House of K family of loudspeakers including the K, KW, and KLA Series, and these loudspeakers will also provide sound reinforcement for six performances by praise and worship bands over the course of the three days. (Performances are scheduled to be held on Wednesday at 11:30 am and 2:30 pm, Thursday at 9:30 am, 1:30 pm and 4:30 pm, and Friday at 11:30 am.)
QSC will also be presenting two hands-on worship workshops at the TFWM Pavilion. The first, on Wednesday at 10 am, is “Mains to Monitors,” hosted by Travis Nie, will provide insight into how the proper investment in loudspeaker technology can meet the current and future needs of a growing house of worship.
On Thursday at noon, David Fuller will present the workshop, “Networked Audio is Not Just for Mega-Churches,” on the true accessibility of networking audio and control in a typical mid-size house of worship.