Nexo NS-1 training heads to Dubai

Nexo NS-1 training heads to Dubai

Published: MEA

UAE: VV & Sons has scheduled a pair of training sessions on Nexo’s NS-1 system configuration and simulation software. The free training, which is aimed at A/V design engineers, will be led by Nicolas Poitrenaud from Nexo and will take place at the Holiday Inn Al Barsha on September 20th.

The morning and afternoon sessions will both cover using the software for audio design based on Geo S12, M6, ID 24 and STM systems, both for indoor and outdoor venues. Using NS1 for the design, participants will be able to give the exact details of the system, such as the number of units to be used, position of the speakers and the angle of the cabinets, to establish the coverage with sound pressure levels.

To register for the training email Joseph.R@vvsons.ae

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