At right, Alcons Audio's new BC332 compact cardioid subwoofer.
New York, NY (March 7, 2013)—Alcons Audio will debut a number of products at the United States Institute for Theater Technology (USITT) Annual Conference and Stage Expo this month, along with a SMAART training session.
The event, being held March 20-23 at the Delta Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin will find Alcons exhibiting at the Stage Expo on Booth 1130. Making its U.S. trade show debut will be the new BC332 compact cardioid subwoofer, with many other Alcons systems also on show. These will include the new Sentinel four channel amplified loudspeaker controller, the LR7 micro pro-ribbon line-array and the QR36 pro-ribbon line-source column.
Also among the products on display is Alcons Audio’s new QR24 compact pro-ribbon line-source column. A 20-minute presentation about the QR24’s technology will be made on the Innovation Stage on Friday, March 22 at 12:10 p.m.
Alcons products will feature a day-long training seminar on March 19th, before the beginning of the main USITT event. Pat Brown of Synergetic Audio Concepts will be using an Alcons VR8 and BF151 system for a presentation on the basics of audio theory.
After the USITT Expo, Alcons will host a special two-day training class in the use of Rational Acoustics' SMAART. Presented by Jamie Anderson, the specialized event will feature one and a half days of SMAART training and half a day of practical tuning of a recent Alcons installation into a working college theatre space. The Smaart session takes place on the 25th and 26th of March at the DeWitt Center, Hope College in Holland, Michigan.