Who Should Attend?
What You Will Learn
- The inner workings of audio interfaces, including a practical exposure to concepts of voltage, current, impedance, power, and other signal characteristics.
- How to select loudspeaker cables based on loudspeaker impedance and required cable length.
- How to establish an optimum system gain structure using both “on the fly” and in-depth approaches.
- How to know how much power you are feeding a loudspeaker, and how to stay below the loudspeaker’s power limits.
- The proper use of peak and RMS metering to track audio signals.
- How to figure out if you should run your power amplifier in dual-channel or bridge-mono mode.
- The principles of grounding and shielding for quiet and safe interfaces.
- The essential and common principles of all room measurement systems, enabling you to use any of them to their fullest potential.
- An equalization strategy that gets at what you can fix, and avoids “over equalizing” the sound system.
- How to calibrate a loudspeaker signal processing chain, including crossover, equalizer, delay and compressor/limiter.
- How 70 volt systems work, and how to make sure they’re working correctly.
Atlanta, Georgia – March 19-21, 2012
Dallas, Texas – April 2-4, 2012
Suggested Follow up Training: SynAudCon Digital