Pictured at the educational rack display at South Plains College are, from L to R: students Michelle Scott, Caleb Fristoe, Dave Tobin, Brandon Fulton, Dane Mathews and Melissa Garcia
Neutrik has recently donated connectors and accessories to South Plains College in Levelland, Texas, to be used in an educational rack display within the school’s classrooms. This donation will expose students to industry standard connectors in a hands-on learning environment.
Matt Quick, sound technology instructor of South Plains College, specifically requested that Neutrik connectors be used to build a mobile display unit, which will be debuted in the fall semester. He is creating the mobile display unit for the purpose of moving from classroom to classroom, while interactively educating the 250 to 300 students within the technical program at South Plains College.
In order to help the school, Neutrik donated a show display unit that they have used for trade shows and exhibiting functions, which already has custom engraved panels. The panels that were donated include XLR Male and Female parts, ¼-inch TS & TRS, all Speakons, all powercons, mini plugs TS and TRS, TT plugs, RCA’s, RJ45, MIDI, BNC, S-Video, RS422 (DB9/DB15 etc.) Binding Post & Banana and Toslinks.
South Plains College is a community college consisting of approximately 10,000 students. The mobile display unit will be used to educate the sound technology majors within the recording and live sound classes. Working with the Neutrik products, students will learn the mechanisms of industry standard connectors.
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