Sennheiser offers up RF seminar in Washington, DC next week
Audio professionals who regularly work with RF systems are seldom at a loss for advice, but most of that advice sounds vaguely like a magic incantation. “Set the offending channel to twice the value of your oldest living relative, rub two coins of different value below the receiver, tap the transmitter with a wooden pencil, and chant the name of the person who will use the wireless connection backwards five times.”
Cut through the hearsay and half-baked theories at an RF seminar organized by wireless leader Sennheiser and Live Sound Magazine and led by veteran Sennheiser RF engineers Volker Schmitt and Joe Ciaudelli.
The Sennheiser RF Seminar will take place on December 6th 2006 at the
Renaissance Washington Hotel in Washington D.C. from 10am to 5pm. Between them, Schmitt and Ciaudelli have over 21 years of RF experience that ranges from the creation of the 3000 and 5000 Series Sennheiser wireless products to frequency coordination for Broadway productions, major theme parks, and broadcast networks. They understand wireless systems from their basic physics to their practical application with a clarity that separates the half-baked theories from the real ones.
Participants will interact with Schmitt and Ciaudelli in an intimate environment to learn and ask questions about using multi-channel RF systems in challenging environments, troubleshooting, impacts of the new FCC policies, basic RF technology, and more. The $49 registration fee includes lunch, the seminar, and complimentary giveaways.
More information can be found at www.sennheiserusa.com/soundacademy or call
us (860) 434-9190 ext. 180.