Digital beam shaping technology explained at Duran Audio training event
CHINA: Duran Audio and Tom Lee Engineering recently held an Axys training event at the Tai Tam Scout Centre in Hong Kong. The three-day event featured indoor workshops, outdoor demonstrations, as well as a comprehensive training section, and was attended by installers, sound engineers and consultants from across Asia.
Tom Lee Engineering showcased a range of Duran Audio products in a giant truss set-up, deployed the equipment and provided all system configuration for the demonstrations, whilst Duran Audio conducted all workshops and presentations.
The knowledge-based training session started with a product overview, followed by a sound demonstration of the Scope G2, Source G2 and Flex G2. During the workshop held later on, attendees were able to use the Intellivox and Target range acoustics system design with WinControl and DDA software in an outdoor area.
To highlight the products’ steerable functionality and the brand’s patented beam shaping expertise, a broad range of demonstrations were carried out outline how to achieve optimal sound coverage, dispersion and sound elimination.
‘The three-day training was completed with success, we would like to acknowledge Duran Audio for their professional analysis, insights and look forward to more fruitful training events in the future,’ said Tom Lee Engineering’s Pinky Chow.
‘The Axys training seminars are a vital part of the process of people being able to understand our unique digital beam shaping technology,’ said Duran Audio’s Max Lindsay-Johnson. ‘The whole Duran team found the attendees at this event very attentive and this certainly assisted in it being incredibly successful. Without Tom Lee Engineering being such a professional team we could never have come close to achieving what we did in these three short days’.