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Recognizing and advancing the understanding that digital signage needs well-thought-out audio to succeed, The Harman Pro Group will host an "Audio For Commercial Venues" Seminar in the New York metro area on February 12th and 13th.
The free, half-day event, which is part of a national road show, will provide contractors and integrators in the hospitality and retail market with a comprehensive overview of the commercial AV market including business music content and technology, techniques, product showcases and case studies including the following elements:
- Scalable Sound Systems for Restaurants, Retail Stores, Business Music Systems and other Commercial Applications
- New Commercial Market Product Offerings From dbx, Crown and JBL Professional
"Tools to Help You Choose Products That Achieve Desired Performance in the Most Economical Manner"
- Questions & Answers With The Pros
The seminar takes place at Crown Plaza Hotel, Two Harmon Plaza, Secaucus, NJ. For more information and registration, please visit All presenters will be experienced Harman Pro Group application engineers. Breaks in the presentation schedule will allow restaurant and retail professionals to interact one-on-one with the factory product pros and get your specific questions answered! In addition to the product demonstrations and real-world information. Harman will have its Soundcraft truck and Crown truck onsite and available for specific one-on-one sessions covering the latest mixing console and amplifier technologies.
The morning session begins at 8:30AM and concludes at noon. The afternoon session begins promptly at 1:00PM and concludes at 4:30PM. Guests are welcome to join Harman Pro Group staff and presenters for lunch.
For information, contact Daniel O'Connell, Griffin Public Relations & Marketing
(212) 481-3456 Ext. 12;


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