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SynAudCon SR For Technicians In-Person Training Coming To Chicago In October

Understanding the audio signal chain, establishing proper gain structure, maximizing signal-to-noise ratio, equalizing systems and more...

By PSW Staff September 9, 2015

SynAudCon's Sound Reinforcement for Technicians in-person training

SynAudCon has announced that registration for the three-day Sound Reinforcement for Technicians (SRT) seminar, held in the Chicago metropolitan area October 5-7, is now open.

SRT utilizes a multi-media presentation that will instruct attendees on how to understand the audio signal chain, establish the proper gain structure, maximize the signal-to-noise ratio, and equalize the system.

During SRT, the measurement of voltage, impedance, polarity, SPL and STIPA will be demonstrated. More importantly, attendees will learn what these measurements mean and how to use them to ensure a system performs optimally. On the third day, Pat will demonstrate an optimized equalization process that brings the system to its fullest potential in the shortest possible time.

Instructor Pat Brown explains the theory by using analogies and demonstrations, then uses the theory to establish a practice that works from system to system. Audio practitioners leave the seminar with the assurance that an optimal level of performance can be reached without endless tweaking.

The in-person training will take place at the Holiday Inn in Rolling Meadows, IL, just outside of Chicago. The seminar is approved for 24 InfoComm RUs and 21 BICSI CECs. Registration and more information is available online by clicking the link below.

Other in-person seminars offered this fall include SynAudCon Digital, November 16-18 in Washington DC, and Making Wireless Work, December 3-4, in Las Vegas, Nevada. 



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