Date: 8/22/2017

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Given loudspeaker and mic placement, can you predict if the system will feedback? Certainly you can! Also, how many electrical circuits will I need? How much heat will this equipment produce? Audiovisual design requires math and you may see some of this math on the CTS-D exam. Join us for a design math refresher.

*Update: In the recorded webinar, slide 32 is incorrect. Please refer to the slide below for the correct equation.
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Tom Kehr, CTS-D, CTS-I

Since 1986, Tom has been involved in designing, installing, operating or purchasing audiovisual systems. He has also been heavily involved in church audio, leading ministry teams, and training volunteers in both permanent and portable venues. In addition, Tom has owned a regional sound reinforcement company for more than 16 years. Prior to joining AVIXA, Tom was a senior designer for a large Washington, D.C., area firm. He is a member of SynAudCon and AES and a licensed amateur radio operator.



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