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Coming Up: SynAudCon Wireless & OptEQ In-Person Training Workshops In January

Each is an in-depth, 2-way seminar, hosted back-to-back at the American Airlines Convention Center

SynAudCon is presenting “Making Wireless Work” and “OptoEQ” in-person training workshops in Dallas this coming January (2015). Note that SynAudCon in-person workshops usually sell out, so those interested in attending should register as soon as possible.

“Making Wireless Work” is a 2-day seminar focusing on wireless microphone technologies, frequency coordination, band planning, RF fundamentals, FCC and spectrum allocation issues, and site survey commissioning procedures. It will be held in Dallas on January 3 and 4, 2015 at the American Airlines Convention Center.

Top wireless professionals, including noted RF consultant James Stoffo, who also works with Radio Active Designs, as well as Karl Winkler of Lectrosonics and Tim Vear of Shure, will share their extensive knowledge about how to best utilize wireless systems in audio applications. The instructors from the manufacturing side will provide “under the hood” expertise on how products function, while the instructors from the non-manufacturer side will offer an objective perspective and show how to implement optimum solutions.

Those interested in staying in Dallas for an additional 2 days can also take advantage of SynAudCon’s “OptEQ” in-person seminar being held January 5 and 6 (2015), also at the American Airlines Convention Center

OptEQ will present a comprehensive approach to sound system tuning that combines contemporary and legacy design and equalization practices into a logical, accurate and repeatable process. Instructors are Pat Brown, John Murray and Deward Timothy.

The cost for each workshop is $750. Get more information and register for one or both workshops at www.prosoundtraining.com or by calling Brenda Brown at 812-923-0174. And, note that these workshops have been submitted for Renewal Units.

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