In addition demonstrating its latest products and technologies at InfoComm 2016, audio manufacturer Powersoft will host three dedicated training sessions that will occur during the trade show – each focused on the use of Powersoft amplification in audio system design and voice alarm systems.
“Once again, Powersoft is offering comprehensive training and demonstration sessions at InfoComm for both our existing user base and those who may be new to our products and software,” says Francesco Fanicchi, head of brand and communications for Powersoft.
“We are pleased to work with InfoComm and Audinate on these training sessions to help integrators and end-users become more familiar with how Powersoft works seamlessly within Dante-based environments. We encourage all InfoComm participants to learn more about this valuable training and consider registering and attending.”
The first training series will be held at Dante Networking World on Tuesday, 7 June between 9:00am and 5:30pm at the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino. This free all-day workshop will feature in-depth training on the audio networking technology and give attendees an opportunity to meet Powersoft staff, who will provide a hands-on demonstration of Powersoft amplifiers’ Dante capabilities. By attending the session, attendees are eligible to earn (4) CTS RU credits. For more information and to register, please visit Audinate’s registration page.
In addition to the session above, Powersoft will host live demos at Audinate’s InfoComm booth on Wednesday, 8 June and Thursday, 9 June at 1:00pm and 10:00am respectively. These demonstration sessions, which are open to all registered InfoComm attendees, will explore how users can get the most from the Dante-enabled Ottocanali DSP+D Series and be led by Powersoft system engineer Luigi Chelli. There is no registration required for this event.
On Friday, 10 June from 10:30am to 12:00pm at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Powersoft’s Luigi Chelli and Powersoft fixed install manager Marc Kocks will present how Powersoft’s Class D amplifiers can integrate into large scale fixed sound system designs, comply with voice alarm standards, and help integrators achieve tangible improvements in audio quality, green power compliance, networking, and safety. The seminar will also explore the newly released operator view functionality present in Powersoft’s Armonía Pro Audio Suite software, which enables multiple user-level logins.
Additionally, the seminar will include a look at the Powersoft-specific edition of Roland Hemming’s Guide to Voice Alarm Systems and all attendees will receive a free copy of the digital version of the book. Space is limited for this event and advanced registration is required: