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SynAudCon Hosting “Sound System Tech Seminar” In Kansas City

Topics for 16 RU course include gain structure, grounding and shielding, voltage and impedance measurements, and basic system tuning.

By PSW Staff October 12, 2018

SynAudCon will host a 2-day training event titled “Sound System Tech Seminar” on October 22-23, 2018 in Kansas City, MO.

This seminar is approved for 16 RU’s and attendance includes a one-year SynAudCon membership.

Pat Brown will demonstrate how to measure voltage, impedance, polarity, SPL, and STIPA using audio and acoustic instrumentation. More importantly, he will help you learn what these measurements mean and how to use them to ensure that your system is performing optimally.

He will demonstrate an optimized method for equalizing a sound system a method that is efficient, logical, and repeatable. Time is money. Learn how to get it done quickly.

He takes these hard-to-explain topics and uses lecture, analogies, and active demos to get the points across. If you don’t get a concept on the first pass, you will also hear it from a different perspective. Because of this approach, Brown is known to be among the best teachers in the audio industry.

Attend this seminar and look forward to having the satisfaction that your systems are the best they can be.

Optional Prerequisite: Course 100 – Principles of Audio Online Course

Course material Includes:

— Course Manual – It’s not a manual of PowerPoint slides. It is reference-quality and filled with useful graphics.
— Audio Click-Rule – A Windows calculator program that demonstrates the interaction of the variables in these systems.
— Certificate of Completion

This seminar is for those who install, configure, and tune sound reinforcement systems. It will be held at Embassy Suites Kansas City Intl. Airport.
Price: $750


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