Sennheiser’s RF Wireless Sound Academy Seminar Journeys to Three Major U.S. Cities
Jun 24, 2011 2:33 PM
Sennheiser is offering its RF Wireless Sound Academy Seminar in three major U.S. cities: Tuesday, June 28, 2011, in Richmond, Va.; Thursday, July 21, 2011, in New York City; and Thursday, September 15, 2011, in New Orleans. This single-day workshop is presented by Joe Ciaudelli and David Missall, and is designed to teach attendees how to plan for trouble-free operation of multichannel wireless microphones and wireless personal monitoring systems in even the toughest environments.
Registration costs $149 and includes lunch, workshop materials and a $50 coupon toward any Sennheiser product.
The event in New York City will feature special guest Volker Schmitt, the RF engineer who spearheaded the creation of Sennheiser products including the evolution wired, evolution wireless, MKH, MKE, and 3000 and 5000 Series.
The RF Wireless Sound Academy event will allow attendees to learn or enhance their skills through classroom and hands-on instruction in transmitter and receiver technology; antennas and distribution systems; wireless monitoring systems; system planning; frequency coordination; and how digital television and new FCC policies may affect wireless microphone users.
Ciaudelli and Missall are industry veterans in RF wireless operations. Ciaudelli began his career 20 years ago as a Sennheiser applications engineer, and has provided frequency coordination for large multichannel wireless microphone systems used by Broadway productions, major theme parks and broadcast networks, including the frequency plan used for NFL football games. Missall is a National Market Development manager for Sennheiser Electronic Corporation and has provided RF wireless solutions and trouble shooting support for several broadcast networks and organizations including CNN, ESPN, Univision Network, Fox Sports, CBS, Speed Channel and NASCAR.
For more information and to sign up, visit the Sennheiser RF Wireless Sound Academy registration page.
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