Seattle, WA – AudioControl, the industry leading manufacturer of high performance car audio signal processors and amplification, announced they will debut the new AudioControl SA4100i direct connect iOS microphone plus the AudioControl Mobile Tools app at their upcoming training seminars at KnowledgeFest 2015.
The launch of AudioControl’s new pro-audio SA4100i will assist mobile specialists in the tuning, installations and calibration of all mobile audio installations and builds upon AudioControl’s legendary reputation in the field of sound measurement and correction.
Chris Bennett, AudioControl’s National Sales Manager – Mobile, will review AudioControl’s OEM integration product line-up and applications explaining why they represent a category that represents one of the strongest growth areas in today’s mobile electronics market. With fewer head unit sales projected in the upcoming years, specialty dealers need products that can interface with today’s sophisticated factory electronics and “Make Good Sound Great”. During the training seminars, as well as launching the new AudioControl SA4100i, Chris will also walk through AudioControl’s game changing and award winning product ‘The Epicenter’ Amplifier range and explain why “Everything Else is just an Amplifier”.
AudioControl Training will be held in the Coronado “C” meeting room and scheduled on Saturday August 15th at 4:15pm and Sunday August 16th at 5:15pm. Those interested in attending can contact Chris Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org or register directly at the Knowledgefest website. AudioControl’s training seminar at KnowledgeFest is already receiving a lot of industry attention and seats are already being booked by attendees. Early registration is recommended.
AudioControl is a U.S. designer and manufacturer of the highest quality home theater processors and amplifiers, distributed audio amplifiers, car audio, signal processors and precise analysis products, celebrating nearly four decades of ‘making good sound great’. The company’s headquarters, including research and development, manufacturing, production, and training facilities continue to thrive in Seattle, Washington heart of the rainforest of the Pacific Northwest.