James Stoffo (left), Karl Winkler (middle) and Tim Vear (right) will share with attendees their vast knowledge about how to use wireless audio products.
SynAudCon presents the “Making Wireless Work” two-day seminar, which will take place in Dallas, Texas on January 3 and 4, 2015, at the American Airlines Convention Center. James Stoffo (Radio Active Designs), Karl Winkler (Lectrosonics) and Tim Vear (Shure) will share with attendees their vast knowledge about how to use wireless audio products. Topics will include wireless microphone technologies, frequency coordination, band planning, RF fundamentals, FCC and spectrum allocation issues and site survey commissioning procedures.
Audio professionals are continually challenged with fitting more channels into a smaller spectrum, handling interference from lighting and video walls, evaluating new wireless microphone systems and components, increasing the reliability of existing wireless microphones systems and more.
This one-time workshop will build on the training that end-users receive from microphone manufacturers. The two instructors from the manufacturing side have “under the hood” expertise on how products function, information that is vital to understanding how a system works. Instructors from the non-manufacturer side offer an objective perspective and show how to implement the best wireless solutions from any source, exploiting the strengths of each.
Those interested in staying in Dallas for an additional two days can take advantage of attending SynAudCon’s “OptEQ” in-person training. “OptEQ” provides a comprehensive approach to sound system tuning the combines contemporary and legacy design and equalization practices into a logical, accurate and repeatable process. This training event will follow “Making Wireless Work” at the American Airlines Convention Center on January 5 and 6, 2015. The on-site instructors will be Pat Brown, John Murray and Dreward Timothy.
Registration for this event is available online or by contacting SynAudCon at 812/923-0174. Both workshops have been submitted for Renewal Units.
More information about both workshops can be found on the SynAudCon Website: www.prosoundtraining.com.