New Features, Resources Added To Shure.Com - AvNetwork.com

New Features, Resources Added To Shure.Com

Author:
Publish date:

NILES, IL Shure Incorporated has expanded its list of online resources to include features for both professional and personal audio product users -- musicians, contractors, installers, and audio enthusiasts alike. The new offerings include an enhanced artist endorser section, educational demos, and updates to the Audio Resource Center.

Launched at the recent NAMM trade show, a new section of the website now features popular performing artists who use Shure products, including Maroon 5, Natalie Cole, Henry Rollins, Josh Rouse, and LeAnn Rimes; to name a few.

In addition to the artist community, a wireless accessory wizard and KSM microphone demo represent the latest developments in the company's efforts to bring a comprehensive level of online technical support to professional users.

The latest addition to the Audio Resource Center, the new Wireless Accessory Wizard, quickly creates a listing of required accessoriesy items for any given wireless microphone application.

"It will tell you everything from the number of receivers you'll need right down to the number of antennas and related amplifiers, splitters, and cables," notes Shure senior applications engineer Rick Waller.

Shure Incorporated...www.shure.com

Related

Multicom Expands Unique Online Industry Technical Resource Library

ORLANDO, FL--Multicom is pleased to announce that it has significantly expanded its Online Technical Resource Library. Multicom has just added an entirely new resource center for Broadband Stimulus programs, containing extensive information and technical background on broadband-related technologies:  www.multicominc.c

DSE New Courses Added

Digital Signage Expo (DSE), the International Tradeshow and Conference dedicated to digital signage, interactive technology and digital out-of-home networks (DOOH), will present a total of 11 new seminar topics in its Interactive Technology and Network Operations educational tracks within a reformatted and expanded Co