Sennheiser UK has announced the dates of its 2013 series of roadshows for the systems integration and professional audio markets. Now in its third year, the roadshow is steadily increasing in popularity with pre-registration for 2013 topping previous years.
Sennheiser will host three events during May and June – once again using stately homes as venues. The first is once is again at Edinburgh’s Hopetoun House on 21 May, followed by Carlton Towers in Yorkshire on 23 May then finally Knebworth House, Hertfordshire on 5 June.
The roadshows promise educational and informative series of seminars and hands-on workshops – helping Sennheiser’s customers achieve more from their working relationships and equipment, as well as offering support around the third-party brands that the company distributes.
“Each year we look at the issues that are affecting the industry and how we can offer help and advice in addressing these, as well as providing information about new products and how they fit into our customers’ portfolios,” said Simon Beesley, product manager for Sennheiser UK’s integrated systems division.
The 2013 presentations will include ‘Digital Benefits’, which looks at the advantages of Sennheiser’s new flagship Digital 9000 Series of microphones, ‘Spectrum Update and 4G’, which provides details of the latest issues surrounding the UK government’s changes to spectrum allocation, ‘Audio for the 2012 London Olympics’ and Italian loudspeaker manufacture K-array’s new Anakonda system, plus its KMR33 and KH/KS systems.
Hands-on workshops will feature sessions on Apart audio control, Sennheiser’s new LSP 500 PRO wireless loudspeaker, and RF best practice.
“The feedback we’ve had in previous years has been extremely encouraging confirming that our road shows are something the industry wants and needs and it’s great for us as a brand to get out and meet our customers face to face,” Beesley added. “We’re looking forward to offering the same style of education with a bit of entertainment that has proved so popular again this year.”
Places for the road shows are limited and allocated on a strictly first-come, first-served basis. Registration is at the link below.