Date: 5/5/2021
Sponsored by: Shure

Details:

Bad conferencing audio predates COVID, and with how radically social interactions have changed over the past year, bad audio is guaranteed to continue after COVID unless systems are adapted to customers’ new needs. Join this moderated panel discussion for practical tips on how to improve both virtual and in-person audio experiences in a masked and socially distanced world. 

The panel will discuss topics such as how to handle excessive background noise and poor lip-sync on a virtual call, how to measure and improve speech intelligibility in a space, how to design for hearing accessibility for socially distanced conference participants.

Thank you to Shure for sponsoring this event.

Audio conferencing systems and audio equipment in collaboration spaces are evolving rapidly to support remote and hybrid workforces. Audio engineers, audiovisual systems designers, and integrators can enhance their knowledge of audio technologies and trends in AVIXA’s Audio Power Hour. Learn more about the Audio Power Hour series. 

Sponsored by:


Shure


 

Panelists:

Troy Jensen, CTS-D
Manager Sr, Global Accounts
Shure

Jay Paul
National Key Account Manager
Biamp

Craig Richardson
CEO
Aveo Systems, Inc.

Jim Smith, CTS-D
Director, Technical and Application Development 
Sound Control Technologies

Moderator:

thomas_mullins

Thom Mullins CTS, CTS-D
Senior Audiovisual Consultant/Project Manager
Affiliated Engineers, Inc.