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QSC, Audinate Set Dante/Q-SYS Webinar

QSC and Audinate will present a new webinar, “Best Of Both Worlds: Using Dante and Q-SYS in the Same Installation,” on December 8, 2016 at 2:00 PM EST. System Contractor News, PSN’s sister publication, is presenting the online event.
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New York, NY (December 1, 2016)—QSC and Audinate will present a new webinar, “Best Of Both Worlds: Using Dante and Q-SYS in the Same Installation,” on December 8, 2016 at 2:00 PM EST. System Contractor News, PSN’s sister publication, is presenting the online event.

The webinar will cover topics including the rules of engagement when implementing Q-SYS and Dante, Dante endpoint redundancy, internal and external control of the Q-SYS Dante endpoint, when and where to use AES67 and considerations for converged network deployments.

Also to be discussed will be the audio and control integration opportunities offered by Audinate and QSC, and how QSC’s Dante implementation can affect the customer experience through integration at the software layer.

The webinar will feature a range of real-world examples, from small corporate meeting rooms to sprawling stadiums, and will illustrate how to maximize the strengths of each product in your next installation.

The featured speakers will be Bernie Farkus and Martin Barbour. As senior technical sales engineer at Audinate, Farkus helps facilitate the adoption of Dante by developing education and training programs in North America. The training will support Audinate’s OEM distribution channels to work with AV design consultants and systems integrators. His work history includes key roles at Lectrosonics, Wheatstone Corporation, and ClearOne Communications, with a variety of skills ranging from design engineer, project manager, and field applications engineer through sales engineer.

Barbour is product manager for installed systems at QSC focusing on the Q-SYS Platform. Additionally, he is co-chair for the Marketing Working Group in the Media Network Alliance, promoting the adoption of AES67. Over the past 18 years, Barbour has worked for leading professional audio and networking manufacturers, as well as an independent contractor on numerous iconic installation projects.

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