Sennheiser introduces a free series of training seminars that focus on the revolutionary line of high-powered K-array loudspeakers. Attendees will learn how to address their biggest and smallest audio needs with the most compact and powerful, live and installed sound speakers on the market. K-array speakers can offer significant space and cost savings in production, rigging, transportation, and setup. The seminar is ideal for installed and live sound professionals, or anyone interested in learning about the latest live sound speaker technology. Other topics that will be covered include how to invisibly fill facilities with quality sound, how to deliver rich sound to a live audience of 1,000 people using a two-inch-wide PA system, how to fill stadiums and arenas with six-inch-deep line arrays, and more. The first seminar will be held at Atlanta's Buckhead Church on Friday, September 11, 2009 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All sessions will be hosted by Vaino Gennaro, business director of live sound markets for K-array and Sennheiser Canada. The K-array training seminar is held in partnership with Sennheiser's formal Sound Academy training seminars, which are held throughout the country and focus on RF wireless, studio recording and installed sound. For more information or to register for the first K-array training seminar, please visit www.sennheiserusa.com/SECevents
and click "K-array Sound Academy." Registration is required to attend the seminars. Those attending the Atlanta session must register by September 4, 2009. Additional dates will be posted on the website as they are confirmed.