Online certification availble for Crown Audio I-Tech HD

Crown Audio now offers an online certification program for its I-Tech HD Series amplifiers. The programme is free of charge and provides Basic and Advanced levels of certification.
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Crown Audio now offers an online certification programme for its I-Tech HD Series amplifiers. The program is free of charge and provides two levels of certification: Basic, which trains users on basic features of the amplifiers, and Advanced, which enables power users to get the most out of their I-Tech HD. The course is available online at: http://www.crownaudio.com/usa/amplifiers/i-tech-hd-series.html. Simply click on the blue “Test Your Knowledge” icon at the right of the screen to register for the Basic or Advanced test. Once registered, users may take the tests in one sitting or save their progress and resume the test at a later date. “Crown I-Tech HD Series amplifiers are the most technologically advanced amplifiers on the market today, and offer highly flexible configuration and control options,” said Brian Pickowitz, business segment manager, Crown Audio. “Our Online Certification Program gives users the knowledge they need to ‘dig deep’ into the amplifiers’ extensive capabilities and optimize the performance of I-Tech HD Series amplifiers for any live sound system application. The questions encompass a variety of topics including: types of features and connectivity options, DSP and preset memory capabilities, interfacing with other system components and software and many other areas. Participants must receive an 80 percent or better correct score to successfully complete the tests. There are no time limits and users can take the tests as many times as they’d like. Once they pass the tests, they will receive a downloadable Certificate of Completion. www.crownaudio.com

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