SynAudCon, a leading audio education organization based in Greenville, Ind., announces the debut of "Course 110: Transformer-Distributed Loudspeaker Systems," a Web-based training course. Some types of audio systems require a power distribution system to drive many loudspeakers from a single amplifier. Oftentimes these are referred to with terms such as "constant voltage" and "70V system."
"Course 110: Transformer-Distributed Loudspeaker Systems" demonstrates how these systems work, and how to design and troubleshoot them. The course includes the Audio Click-Rule, a Windows calculator program that demonstrates the interaction of the variables in these systems, which students are encouraged to use once the course is complete.
SynAudCon also offers Course 50: How Sound Systems Work, Course 100: Principles Of Audio, and Course 200: Audio Applications I as Web-based training courses. Each course comprises seven to 16 training lessons, coordinated quizzes, a final exam and Continuing Education Units with a passing grade.
In addition to Web-based training, SynAudCon continues to provide in-person training. Upcoming in-person training events include "ProSound Principles and Practices" and "Sound System Alignment And Equalization" at the 2011 LDI show, as well as "Sound Reinforcement For Technicians" in November.
For more information visit www.synaudcon.com.