AudioControl Recognized by CEDIA for Exceptional Education and Training

AudioControl is being recognized by CEDIA for their contribution to the continuing education Designers and Installers. Attendees of AudioControl trainings will now be given CEDIA Continuing Eduction Credits upon completion.

Mountlake Terrace, WA - April 7, 2005 - AudioControl, designer and manufacturer of room acoustic diagnostic tools and signal correction products, is being recognized by CEDIA as a Continuing Education Provider for classes and training sessions covering room acoustics, audio analysis, and acoustic treatment procedures. Installers and designers who participate in and complete AudioControl's "Train In the Rain" certification program will be rewarded with 3.25 CEDIA Continuing Education Units, which are required of CEDIA Certified Installers.

Lead instructor for AudioControl's "Train In the Rain" certification program is Fredrick J. Ampel, certified CEDIA trainer and industry recognized expert in room analysis and acoustic calibration. Mr. Ampel covers topics associated with room analysis and acoustic calibration including the basic physics of sound reproduction, gathering and interpreting acoustic data, principles and techniques used in designing acoustic spaces, and recognizing and correcting acoustic challenges present in a listening environment. Training lasts two days and is held in Mountlake Terrace, Washington, the location of AudioControl's home office.

With the accreditation of their "Train In the Rain" certification program, AudioControl now offers three courses recognized by CEDIA for their exceptional contribution to the ongoing education of custom electronics designers and installers. Other recognized training sessions include AudioControl's "Introduction to Audio Analysis" and AudioControl's "Room Acoustics and Audio Analysis", offered at CEDIA University Regional Education conferences, CEDIA Expo, and EH Expo.

Those interested in attending AudioControl's "Train In the Rain" certification program, or any of AudioControl's upcoming training sessions, should contact their home office at (425) 775 -8461 or for location and registration details.

AudioControl has been designing and manufacturing the highest quality, award -winning home and car audio components in the United States since 1977. The company's headquarters, including research and development, manufacturing and production facilities are located in Washington, in the heart of the rainforest of the Pacific Northwest.

CEDIA is an international trade association of companies that specialize in designing and installing electronic systems for the home. The association was founded in September 1989 and has more than 3,000 member companies worldwide. CEDIA members are established and insured businesses with bona fide qualifications and experience in this specialized field. CEDIA members include Residential Electronics Systems Professionals who have emerged as the "fourth contractor" in the building and remodeling industries alongside electrical, plumbing and HVAC professionals. For more information on CEDIA, visit the association's Web site at

AudioControl, and "For those who consider perfection possible." are trademarks of Electronic Engineering and Manufacturing, Inc.

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