|Jeff Taylor, North American Sales Manager for VUE Audiotechnik, leads the demo at the Voorhees Theater at the New York City College of technology on November 13.|
Brooklyn, NY (November 18, 2013)—Vue Audiotechnik recently held two demo events—one in Brooklyn at the Voorhees Theater at the New York City College of Technology, and a second at the Production Resource Group Building in Secaucus, NJ.
“We staged a demo here primarily because we had people in the area who wanted to hear the audio, and additionally for the school’s students to hear the audio and do training and talk about how this all goes together. It really helps to show students what new technology is all about now and how it has changed,” Jim Sides, executive vice president of Vue Audiotechnik, told Pro Sound News
during the demo in Brooklyn on Wednesday, November 13.
The demo included a focus on the al-4 and al-8 line array systems, which uses Vue’s beryllium compression drivers, but the event allowed guests to find out about the technology behind the al-Class, h-Class, a-Class and i-Class loudspeaker systems.