Audio specialist Sennheiser announced that it will host a free seminar on its line of K-array loudspeakers in Austin, Texas, on Thurs., April 22.
K-array's Redline KR200S is an ultra-light 4,000-watt system that puts out a continuous 127 dB of power.
K-array's Redline KR200S, an ultra-light 4,000-watt system that puts out a continuous 127 dB of power The event, which is part of the Sennheiser Sound Academy training series, will cover how K-array can deliver both cost and space efficiencies in production, rigging, transportation and set up--attendees will experience the sound quality of the K-array speakers
It's Thurs., April 22nd between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
1504 East 51st Street
Austin, TX 78723
Live sound professionals from every industry are encouraged to attend, as the seminar will cover a variety of potential industry applications including:
•How to invisibly fill boardrooms, museums, corporate events, churches, broadcast studios, and theaters with quality sound
•How to deliver full, rich sound to a live audience of thousands using a 2-inch-wide PA system
•How to fill stadiums and arenas with 6-inch-deep line arrays
To learn more about the seminar or to register, visit www.sennheiserusa.com/aboutsec_events.
K-array loudspeakers are manufactured in Italy and distributed in the U.S. and Canada exclusively by Sennheiser.
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