The Harman Pro Group Roadshow offers a hands-on preview of its newest products and the latest innovations in Harman Professional Audio technologies. Traveling coast-to-coast and featuring eight stops, this year's Harman Pro Roadshow features two half-day seminars titled 'Sound System Solutions For Houses Of Worship,' as well as 'New Tools And Solutions For Business Music And AV Applications.' Each location is a two-day stop offering attendees the choice of selecting a date that best fits their schedule.
"The Harman Pro Road Shows are designed to educate contractors and end users on the system approach available through the synergy of the Harman Pro companies," said Ted Leamy, vice president of Installed Sound for JBL. "Our expectations for the 2007 Road Show are to reach out to these individuals in both the house of worship and commercial markets. Our priority is to demonstrate the integrated solutions that are truly needed for these applications to meet the increasing demands of value and performance, and are available from the various Harman Pro companies."
The half-day seminar will feature presentations and product demonstrations. Presentations will include: "Scalable Sound Systems For Houses Of Worship," "Microphones: Wired Vs. Wireless; When To Use Which," and "Choosing The Right Mixing Console For Your House Of Worship." In addition to the product demonstrations and real-world information of the presentations, it will have Harman's Soundcraft truck and Crown truck onsite and available for specific one-on-one sessions about its latest mixing consoles and amplifier technologies. The morning session runs from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon. The afternoon session runs from 1 to 4:30 p.m.
* Detroit - April 2-3
* Chicago - April 24-25
* Dallas - May 2-3
* Houston - May 7-8
* Charlotte - May 17-18
* California - June 4-5
Harman Pro will also be hosting two afternoons of informative product training sessions at NSCA Expo in Orlando. According to HPNA vice president and general manager Kim Templeman-Holmes, "These classes are an exceptional way for NSCA attendees to gain a more in-depth and hands-on understanding of our product offerings than would otherwise be possible on the busy exhibit floor."
HPNA's training schedule is as follows:
Thursday, March 15 - AKG: New Products for NSCA; AKG: Recording and Headphone Solutions; Soundcraft/Studer: Hands-on Training for Digital Consoles
Friday, March 16 - Soundcraft/Studer: Hands-on Training for Digital Consoles; AKG: Wireless Solutions; AKG: Microphone Solutions for Houses of Worship
Free and open to all Expo attendees, the training sessions will be conducted in room W110A, adjacent to the NSCA Expo exhibit floor at the Orange County Convention Center. Registration for these classes is not required.