There are tons of hot new audio products here at InfoComm, but not all of them can be found on the show floor. So where are they?
The exhibit floor at InfoComm is packed with new products, but there’s some audio gear you just can’t check out properly without either getting loud, such as with P.A.s, or needing quiet, like when you’re learning about intricate new technologies. Luckily, that’s what the nearly two dozen audio demo rooms just off the exhibit floor are for.
There are countless paid educational events at InfoComm, but don’t overlook Center Stage just because it’s free.
Take1 has debuted Combined Crisis Cover, which it bills as an insurance protection policy for the live and special event industry.
The AES Convention returned to Los Angeles last week, sporting a theme of “Immersed in Audio,” and it fit.
The systems integration industry has changed dramatically in the last dozen years, and helping spearhead that change has been InfoComm executive director and CEO Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D.
While InfoComm says 96 percent of attendees will be here to see new products and solutions, interest in the Show’s educational offerings has continued to grow, making training quite the draw.
The annual AES Convention is always a live sound melting pot—a place where ideas, information, and anecdotes flow freely among peers and professionals.
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