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Renkus-Heinz Celebrates ISE, Eyes Lively PL+S

Frankfurt, Germany, March 2012… As Renkus-Heinz celebrates an exciting and productive ISE, the company is gearing up for an even busier ProLight+Sound 2012 in Frankfurt.

ISE 2012 saw the first European showing of the new ICONYX ICR-MkII digitally steerable installation loudspeaker, with its innovative new triple tweeter design. “We now have a complete, equally spaced, array oh high frequency devices extending the whole length of the array” comments Rik Kirby, VP Sales and Marketing. “This gives the new, forth generation, column even better steering ability, reduced side lobes, and greater fidelity.”

Equipped with RHAON (Renkus-Heinz Audio Operations Network) the ICR-II series is available in 8, 16, 24 and 32 driver formats, enabling sophisticated large-scale coverage of even the most imposing spaces. Typical applications will be cathedrals, airports, train stations and other large, acoustically challenging spaces.

An IC16-R-II will represent the new series on the Atlantic Audio booth at ProLight+Sound in Hall 8.0 Stand F60, alongside another of the latest and most exciting additions to the Renkus-Heinz digital beam steering ‘family’: the high power IC2 (IC Squared), offering digital beam steering for applications with higher output requirements while still maintaining the intelligibility that Iconyx products are known for. The most powerful digitally beam steered loudspeaker system in the world today, IC2 will also feature on the outdoor Concert Sound Arena stage with four live demonstrations every day (11:15, 13:15, 15:15 & 17:15).

Also on show will be the new CF101LA Modular Point Source Array system, which offers installers a modular, scalable point source, providing flexible solutions where a single cabinet is not loud enough, yet the vertical space or budget are not available for a traditional line array.

The same is true for rental systems providers, as the CF101LA provides line array benefits of increased vertical directivity and increased output over a single cabinet, but with far fewer cabinets. A winning solution for both provider and client, the CF101LA can be the centerpiece for many applications.

The same is true for rental systems providers, as the CF101LA provides line array benefits of increased vertical directivity and increased output over a single cabinet, but with far fewer cabinets. A winning solution for both provider and client, the CF101LA can be the centerpiece for many applications.

Now in full production, the first CF101LA installations are up and running in a growing number of European locations

Finally, Renkus-Heinz will be participating in the Atlantic Audio party on Thursday March 22, and the team is looking forward to a fun event with colleagues and customers from around the world.

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Headquartered in Foothill Ranch, California, Renkus-Heinz, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of audio operations networks, digitally steerable arrays, powered and non-powered loudspeakers, system specific electronics and fully integrated Reference Point Array systems.

Tommex Designs Community Solution for World Heritage Designated Centennial

Wrocław, Poland, March 2012… Tommex Zebrowscy Sp. J. has recently completed the design and delivery of a Community loudspeaker-based pro audio and voice evacuation system for the prestigious Hala Stulecia (Centennial Hall) in Wrocław, Poland. Constructed in 1913, Centennial Hall is undergoing a comprehensive program of renovation and new development that transforms it into a state-of-the-art venue for its centenary. The installation of the sound system, handled by Asseco, is one of the final parts of this ambitious development programme.

Centennial Hall was built to commemorate the Battle of Leipzig in 1813, which ended Napoleon’s occupation of the region. It was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2006, chosen as one of the most important achievements in 20th century architecture. At the time it was built, Centennial Hall was the largest reinforced concrete structure in the world and featured the biggest dome to have been constructed since the Pantheon in Rome eighteen centuries earlier. The Centennial Hall complex serves the citizens of Wrocław and Lower Silesia as a venue for trade fairs, conventions, theatrical and opera performances, concerts, international sporting competitions, political and business meetings as well as recreational and spiritual events.

“The system’s prime function is to provide for voice evacuation, meeting strict Polish Fire Department standards,” explained Marcin Zimny, Manager of Tommex’s office in Wrocław. “But it also has to deliver a dual function as a pro audio system for voice paging and entertainment for the main hall, where the audience capacity has been increased from 7,000 to 10,000.”

“Centennial Hall is an acoustically challenging building,” continued Zimny. “Its UNESCO status also meant we were restricted in the placement of loudspeakers. Unable to use, for example, a central cluster under the main dome, we had to position the loudspeakers around the lowest ring of the dome. This required loudspeakers with precise coverage patterns, excellent voice reproduction and very high SPL.”

Tommex designed a system based on fifty-two high-output, dual 12-inch Community R-Series R2 loudspeakers and eight wide-angle, dual 8-inch Community WET W2-2W8 loudspeakers. “From long experience we knew Community offered the solution to the complex set of demands for this venue,” said Zimny. “A combination of 50×20, 70×70 and 90×40 degree devices were used to give us complete, consistent coverage. Additionally we knew that the Community loudspeakers would meet the intelligibility and SPL requirements and would pass the Fire Department tests, which included being subject to 250 degrees for half an hour.”

Tommex chose Switzerland’s g+m elektronik to provide the voice evacuation and amplification systems and a Dynacord P64 system for the digital audio matrix. With a digital console, transport of the audio is via fibre optic cable from FOH to the amp room.

“This was a very demanding installation and we are very proud that the result is a system that meets every requirement,” concluded Zimny. “The client is very happy with the system’s audio and operational performance, and also that the loudspeakers and their installation have been very sympathetic to the aesthetic needs of this beautiful historic building.”

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Community Professional Loudspeakers has been a leading supplier of professional sound systems since 1968. Headquartered in Chester, Pennsylvania, Community distributes its products to over fifty countries on six continents. Visit www.communitypro.com for more information.

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Adult Living Sounds Better than Ever with StudioLive

Taramac, FL, March 2012… As the Baby Boomer generation has grown, adult-oriented communities have become larger and more sophisticated. South Florida has long been an epicenter of the 55-plus demographic, and Tamarac is one of its model communities. This town of 56,000, midway between Miami and Palm Beach, was voted one of the most livable cities in America by the U.S. Council of Mayors.

Tamarac is home to Kings Point, an upscale 55-and-over community that includes the Palace Theatre for the Performing Arts. Described by Production Manager Anthony Ezzo as “one of the best-kept secrets in show business,” the 1,000-seat multipurpose venue is an architectural gem, its soaring glass exterior surrounding an elegant, single-level auditorium that plays host to an active and varied roster of performances.

Ezzo, a veteran live-sound engineer whose credits include Julio Iglesias, Michelle Branch, Duran Duran, and Boys II Men, has been running the mix at the Palace since 1998. The theater recently upgraded its aging analog console, going digital with a PreSonus StudioLive 16.4.2 Performance and Recording Digital Mixer. As Ezzo explains, the diminutive console compared favorably to many consoles several times its price.

“Some of the other local theaters had been moving to digital consoles, and my boss asked me to get some prices,” he says. “I compared all the available digital solutions out there, and I was pretty much blown away when I heard the price on the StudioLive. For the features this mixer offered, nothing else even came close in terms of value for the money.”

StudioLive’s flexibility and built-in processing power were what immediately caught his eye, says Ezzo. “We do a lot of different types of shows here, from live music to theatrical presentations, spoken word, and movies. The ability to configure a live mix and monitor mix and record the show live, all with just a few clicks, is something I could never do with our old console. And being able to slap a compressor and EQ on every channel is huge.”

Multitracking any show live is more than just a novelty, he observes. “If we’ve got someone coming in for multiple dates, I can do a multitrack recording to Capture, and when the house is empty I can sit and fine-tune the mix. It gives me the opportunity to fool around with different EQs, compressors, and effects and try stuff I’d never have a chance to do during a live show.”

But, as Ezzo explains, what really sealed the deal was StudioLive’s highly evolved remote-mixing capabilities. “The first day I got the console, I set up the wireless control, sat in the audience with my wife’s iPad, and mixed the show. And not just channel levels; I had all the effects covered too. The people in the audience sitting near me were just blown away.”

Ezzo reports the theater’s management and staff are thrilled with the console’s performance. “I have two young assistants working with me, guys who went to audio school in Orlando. When we put in the StudioLive, they said, ‘wow, this job just got way cooler.’ In fact, we’re getting ready to pick up a second StudioLive to replace our analog monitor desk.”

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 Founded in 1995, PreSonus Audio Electronics, Inc., is a leading designer and manufacturer of audio-recording software, hardware, and related accessories. PreSonus software, microphone preamps, signal processors, digital audio interfaces, mixers, control surfaces and other products are used worldwide for recording, sound reinforcement, broadcast, sound design, and Internet audio. 

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TM Audio specs Renkus-Heinz IC Live for Museum Speelklok

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The Netherlands – February 2012….  A beautifully renovated museum boasting Europe’s largest collection of street organs has had its central space turned into a live performance area, attracting top Dutch artists, with its acoustics tamed by a Renkus-Heinz IC Live system installed by TM Audio.

Dedicated to Europe’s largest display of street organs, Museum Speelklok was founded in 1956 in Utrecht, the Netherlands. In 1984 the museum acquired a large church, whose restored interior now houses the collection.

Visitors are given a guided tour with explanations of each organ’s backstory. Some of the pieces – which range from hand-cranked barrel organs to vast, mechanically driven multi-instrument extravaganzas, rate among the world’s first and finest digital instruments, programmed by the equivalent of computer punch tape, a long strip of tough paper dotted with differently shaped holes that the organ’s ‘tape reader’ translates into instruments, notes, ‘channel’ volume and more.

Says Dirkjan Haspels, the museum’s head of events: “All the instruments are real instruments, there’s never a loudspeaker: you’re always hearing a string or a bell, an organ pipe or whatever. So throughout the history of this museum we have very much been against all sorts of amplifiers and loudspeakers, because that is the enemy of what our instruments did beforehand.”

He explains that the one part of the building that was rarely used was the central space, originally the church’s nave, due largely to its poor acoustics. However, all that changed recently when the vacant nave was transformed into a live performance space, allowing musicians and singers to perform in combination with instruments from the museum’s collection. The idea was inspired by earlier collaborations with musicians in theatres and at festivals, and by the museum team’s ability to program new tracks onto the paper strips.

Haspels continues: “For us the shows were a great success because new audiences came to see and hear the instruments and said ah, an organ doesn’t only play Tulips from Amsterdam or whatever – it can also play new music like hip-hop and jazz, which really opened their eyes.”

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Bringing those performances to Museum Speelklok itself entailed a €1.5m Dutch BankGiro Lottery grant, used both to acoustically treat the space and finance a PA system.

“To transform this part of the church into a concert hall,” continues Haspels, “I took a lot of expert advice and several sound systems were tested in the nave. Many people came to listen, including our resident system engineer, GertJan Schoutsen – and the verdict for us all was clearly the Renkus-Heinz IC Live.

“It is quite hard to see, which makes me happy; just two little columns and the subwoofers. Yet it’s the first time that it’s been possible to have 500 people listening to amplified sound from the stage here without problems.”

The IC Live system consists of four 8-channel Renkus-Heinz ICL-R digitally steerable columns, mounted in one double stack per side atop matching IC215 2×15″ self powered subwoofers. These take their signal via RHAON (Renkus-Heinz Audio Operations Network) from a 16 channel Yamaha 01V96 with an Allen & Heath iDR8 digital mix processor. The stage is covered by four Renkus-Heinz CF121M2 12+2″ self powered monitors.

TM Audio project and application engineer Olaf Landzaat comments: “IC Live dealt with the acoustical issues, which are typical for a church. With conventional loudspeakers you’d get a lot of reflections whereas with IC Live you can manipulate the beams to reduce reflections, to get as good speech intelligence and sound as possible.”

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Headquartered in Foothill Ranch, California, Renkus-Heinz, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of audio operations networks, digitally steerable arrays, powered and non-powered loudspeakers, system specific electronics and fully integrated Reference Point Array systems.

 

 

Join the Wireless Mixing Webcast and Prize-Fest!

iPad® and iPhone® mixing is here NOW with all PreSonus StudioLive™ digital mixers!

Join us for a series of three live Webcasts on Tuesday, February 28, 2012, featuring live music and mixing demos.

 

Over $2,000 worth of prizes will be awarded to online viewers during each Webcast.

Mixing from anywhere in the venue or adjusting your own monitor mix from an iPhone isn’t something that’s “shipping in the near future” for PreSonus users. It’s here NOW with StudioLive mixing consoles, via StudioLive Remote for Apple iPad, and QMix™ for iPhone and iPod touch®.

Join us as we webcast live from a Baton Rouge venue with a live band and a lively crowd. See and hear how engineers and band members can easily and conveniently control front-of-house and individual monitor mixes from virtually anywhere in a venue, using the world’s best-selling digital mixer – PreSonus StudioLive.

 

Three broadcasts will be presented, starting at: 

  • 10:00 AM Central Time (16:00 GMT)
  • 2:00 PM Central Time (20:00 GMT)
  • 6:00 PM Central Time (00:00 Wednesday GMT).

 

Click here to register for the webinar on the PreSonus Live Web page. On the lower right-hand corner of the page, under Upcoming Events, click on a webinar to receive an automatic email reminder.

Each Webcast will include live music and no two will be exactly the same.

As with all PreSonus TechTalk webcasts, you can view these on-demand any time at  http://www.livestream.com/presonuslive/

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Founded in 1995, PreSonus Audio Electronics, Inc., is a leading designer and manufacturer of audio-recording software, hardware, and related accessories. PreSonus software, microphone preamps, signal processors, digital audio interfaces, mixers, control surfaces and other products are used worldwide for recording, sound reinforcement, broadcast, sound design, and Internet audio.

 

 

 

 

Saginaw Valley University Gets Powered by Renkus-Heinz

Saginaw, MI – February 2012….  Saginaw Valley State University is one of Michigan’s fastest-growing universities, and its Cardinal Athletics teams draw a steady stream of fans year-round. The university’s main athletic complex, the Ryder Center, comprises a number of venues, including a 6800-seat football stadium, indoor and outdoor track and field facilities, baseball, soccer and softball fields and more.

The Center’s 3700-seat James E. O’Neill Arena is home to the university’s Cardinal basketball teams. The multipurpose facility can be segmented using movable walls, accommodating not just basketball, but everything from baseball practice, pole vaulting and shot putting to convocations, and even the occasional swap meet. The arena recently received a major sound system upgrade, overseen by Bret Emerson of Rockford, MI-based CommTech Design, installing a high-powered audio system featuring Renkus-Heinz CF-Series modular point-source array loudspeakers.

As Dave Spoelhof of Grand Rapids-based Accurate Audio Consultants, the audio consultant on the project, explains, the arena’s original sound system had never been quite up to the task. “The original system was put in when the building was built, about 15 years ago,” he says. “They chose at the time to go with a distributed system utilizing 12-inch coaxial speakers mounted overhead, some 30 feet above the floor. The coverage was inconsistent and uneven – there were hot spots and dead spots, and depending on how high your seats were in the bleachers, you either couldn’t hear or you got blasted.”

The new system, installed by ICOMM of Clio, MI, comprises 26 Renkus-Heinz CF101LA cabinets, with six arrays of two and three boxes covering the court and seating areas. Spoelhof says the release of the CF-Series CF101LA was well-timed for this project. “It just so happened that about two weeks before we started with this project, my rep Mike Somerville (of McFadden Sales) had invited me to their facility for a demo of the new CF series,” he recounts. “I was blown away by how articulate and yet musical it was. And it was about half the price of other comparable systems, which enabled us to stay within the client’s budget.” The CF101LA cabinet employs a 10-inch woofer and two 1-inch compression drivers in a 15-degree cabinet, allowing unparalleled sound pressure to be directed into an exceptionally tight pattern.

Each array also includes a single CF15S subwoofer, providing powerful low frequency performance. “They hold a wide range of events there, and they were clear in their desire for full-range performance,” says Spoelhof. “So even though the primary focus was on speech intelligibility, they were clear that they also wanted the system to rock.”

Symetrix Jupiter 8 DSP units provide system drive and processing. “They wanted something that provided great coverage, great sound, and was easy to operate,” says Spoelhof. “We provided them with a number of different presets, changing the beam configuration depending on how they were using the room. Basically we’ve got presets for different sporting events, small commencements, large commencements, and so on.”

Spoelhof points to the CF101 as ideal for this type of application. “I’ve designed large arena systems in the past, sometimes using line arrays and sometimes using point source systems,” he says. “With the CF101 boxes, we were able to bring in the best of both worlds. It gave us the reconfigurable coverage we were looking for, using a permanently installed line array, and without the need for a ton of boxes.”

 

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Headquartered in Foothill Ranch, California, Renkus-Heinz, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of audio operations networks, digitally steerable arrays, powered and non-powered loudspeakers, system specific electronics and fully integrated Reference Point Array systems.

 

Community Seeks EN54-24 Compliance for R-Series Loudspeakers

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Chester, PA, February 2012…   Large venues of every kind need intelligible voice evacuation and mass notification capabilities, yet many typical fire-alarm voice-evacuation systems provide neither the voice intelligibility nor the sound levels (volume) needed to effectively communicate with very large numbers of people over the ambient levels of a real-life emergency situation.

Throughout Europe, venues such as stadia, sports and convention centers already have high intelligibility, high-level sound systems for entertainment and voice paging which can communicate effectively. For such systems installers could comply with the BS EN 60849 Standard for the installation, but there was no common laboratory test for the loudspeaker equipment. This remained subject to different requirements in every country. The introduction of the EN54-24 Standard dramatically changed this, providing a harmonized EU standard to test to.

To enable its loudspeakers to be used in voice alarm systems in venues across Europe, Community Professional Loudspeakers has applied for EN54-24 Certification of many of its large-scale loudspeaker systems through the international laboratory network of European Notified Body, Intertek. Their newly opened Life Safety & Security testing facility in Leatherhead UK had been developed to accommodate larger products used in fire detection and evacuation and had the capacity to test Community’s loudspeakers which weigh between 40 and 145 kilos.

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EN54-24 specifies the minimum requirements for voice alarm loudspeaker as a component of a voice alarm system to provide intelligible warning when a fire emergency has occurred and provides a common method of testing their operational performance.   It also specifies the common requirements for construction and robustness under climatic or mechanical conditions that might occur in a service environment.

With EN54-24 addressing the performance of products before and after they have been conditioned by factors such as corrosion, changes in temperature, vibration and impact, Intertek’s test and assessment engineers worked closely with the technical experts at Community to put various models through their paces.

Intertek’s newly built acoustic chamber enables test engineers to take audio readings at 4m as required by EN54-24 and their 998cm3 SO2 corrosion chamber (double the size of most corrosion chambers operating) is capable of conditioning larger products to simulate environmental aging.

Community is ahead of the compliance curve in this project having considered the EN54-24 requirements over a year ago and immediately initiating their plans, ahead of many other large-scale manufacturers selling into Europe.

“Sometimes new standards seem to result in nothing but red tape and bureaucracy”, said Chris Foreman, Community’s COO, “But EN-54-24 actually allows high quality professional audio systems – systems that often exceed the output capabilities of standard emergency products – to be used in emergency applications.  Community systems, particularly R-Series Systems, are already the go-to product in Europe for outdoor entertainment systems.  Given their exceptional voice capability, we expect that we will continue to enjoy great success as this directive progresses.”

 

St. Gabriel’s Catholic Church Sings Praises for Iconyx Digitally Steerable Loudspeakers

Poway, CA – February 2012…. More than a decade has passed since Fr. Michael Froidurot and the planning committee at St. Gabriel’s Catholic Church set in motion their vision for a new worship space. Recently, the church unveiled their long-awaited new sanctuary to thundering applause from the congregation and accolades from the surrounding south Poway community.

Designed in traditional cruciform style bydesign-build contractor T. B. Penick & Sons, Inc. and architects Hyndman & Hyndman, the church’s patience and meticulous planning are clearly evident in its stunning architecture. Toward the front of the church, the pulpit and altar reside beneath a massive domed wood and aluminum barreled ceiling that has been blow-torched and sanded to give it a rustic appearance. Hundreds of unfinished wood pews sit atop an expansive polished concrete floor, surrounded by a drywall interior.

Although visually stunning, the many reverberant surfaces throughout the new building posed a challenge for AMT Systems Inc., the Santa Clarita, CA-based audio visual contractor responsible for designing and installing the church’s new audio system. Like many contemporary churches, St. Gabriel’s incorporates music into most worship services, with live musicians and vocalists frequently featured in religious services. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, AMT Systems had to provide a steerable system with high intelligibility and musical output.

“It’s a gorgeous looking facility, but acoustically it presented some difficult musicality and intelligibility issues,” explains AMT Systems’ Mike Shelton. “Cruciform architecture presents its own special challenges. Typically you have sound bouncing all over the place, muddying the intelligibility with echoes and timing problems. It’s very hard to get even coverage in cruciform transept spaces.”

Together with St. Gabriel’s, AMT selected Iconyx digitally steerable line array loudspeaker technology from Renkus-Heinz. Two IC32/16-R systems are column-mounted on either s side of the domed ceiling. The pastoral mics route back to a DSP processor controlled by a Crestron touch screen and iPad. All musical instrument inputs route to a Yamaha LS9 mixer. Both inputs remain live throughout the program or service.

Utilizing Beamware modeling software, Shelton configured shape and throw distance to direct sound to the nave and other areas that have previously been dead spaces. Shelton reports that Beamware helped them eliminate much of the need for acoustical treatment, now only necessary on the domed ceiling to ensure maximum sound absorption from its highly reflective corrugated aluminum panels.

“The church has really perfected their use of the Iconyx technology with this audio system,” Shelton says. “They’re extremely pleased with the musical quality and the voice intelligibility is outstanding. Everybody loves the system.”

 

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Headquartered in Foothill Ranch, California, Renkus-Heinz, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of audio operations networks, digitally steerable arrays, powered and non-powered loudspeakers, system specific electronics and fully integrated Reference Point Array systems.

Community Delivers Powerful Sound for Salvation Army Kroc Center

Philadelphia, PA, February 2012…  McDonald’s founders Ray and Joan Kroc were known for supporting a variety of charitable causes, and their legacy continues with a multi-billion dollar donation to the Salvation Army for the construction of several community centers in cities across America. The latest Kroc Center, recently opened in North Philadelphia, is one of the largest facilities of its kind on the East Coast. Its 130,000 square feet includes a world-class aquatics center, state-of-the-art fitness center, worship and performing arts facilities, café and culinary education center, as well as a wide range of programs for kids, adults and senior citizens.

Powerful sound was a big part of the plan for the facility, explains RTS Unified Communications’ Joe Zamborsky. RTS specified a selection of Community Professional Loudspeakers for the project, including R-Series, WET-Series and CLOUD6 in-ceiling systems to cover the pool areas, worship center, fitness center gymnasium and numerous other areas.

“In any major project like this one, there are a number of challenges,” says Zamborsky. Clearly, the project’s tight six-month schedule was a demanding one, as was the need to be exceptionally flexible in the face of numerous logistical challenges. On more than one occasion, plans had to be altered due to unforeseen surprises during the construction process. “The number one most important thing is communication,” he observes. “We maintained a daily, ongoing dialogue with everyone involved in the project, and that was key to our ability to keep things moving.”

The Community loudspeakers fit the bill on multiple levels, says Zamborsky. “Particularly in the pool areas, which combined a tremendously reverberant environment with an exceptionally high humidity, the R-Series was the only choice. Not only do they look great, but they sound terrific.”

The competition pool area offered up additional challenges as well. “Aside from having to cover the pool area itself, we were tasked with creating a separate system to cover the stands, which are tucked away in their own alcove,” says Zamborsky. “We chose the Community WET Series to cover that area, because they provided both a tight, focused coverage pattern and a high degree of intelligibility.”

Not surprisingly, the facility has been overwhelmingly embraced by the local community. “This is a great place and a tremendous asset for the city of Philadelphia,” says Zamborsky. “We’re proud to have been a part of it, and proud to be able to deliver a great sounding environment for everyone using the facility.”

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Community Professional Loudspeakers has been a leading supplier of professional sound systems since 1968. Headquartered in Chester, Pennsylvania, Community distributes its products to over fifty countries on six continents. Visit www.communitypro.com for more information.

Stiernberg Consulting Announces Updated & Downloadable Industry Calendar

jeanne stiernbergSherman Oaks, CA, February 2012… Greetings and Happy 2012!  We’re just back from CES, NAMM, and ISE – all more vibrant shows than ever. Trade show season has begun again in the entertainment technology, music products, and AV systems industries.

Did you ever think that there would be so many shows in our industry, in so many cities around the world?

Stiernberg Consulting began tracking key industry events and publishing them on our website more than ten years ago. Since then, our Industry Calendar has grown to become a popular reference tool for our industry friends and colleagues. Our 2012 Calendar of Industry Events now includes more than 200 trade shows, conferences, and conventions worldwide.

The calendar is updated continually and includes the event name, sponsor or hosting organization, dates, and location. A web link will take you directly to any event’s website. This is a handy tool for managers and executives who are planning travel schedules, sales and marketing budgets, or market intelligence activities.

Please visit and check it out, or download the PDF of the full calendar at:

http://www.stiernberg.com/events.html

Please contact us with questions or to suggest additional events to include. We look forward to hearing from you.

Best wishes for big success in 2012!

Sincerely,

Jeanne Stiernberg

Founder and Principal Consultant

 

Jeanne Stiernberg is principal consultant with Stiernberg Consulting, the Sherman Oaks, CA-based business development firm (www.stiernberg.com). The company provides strategic planning, market intelligence, and M&A advisory services to the converging entertainment technology, music products, and AV systems industry worldwide. 
 
Stiernberg Consulting is the premier business development consultancy serving the converging entertainment technology, music products, and electronic systems industry worldwide. The company has served more than 130 clients since 1993.  

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