BG Radia to present training classes at CEDIA

BG Radia will offer two Manufacturer Product Training Classes at CEDIA 2009, including CEU credits.

BG Radia Announces CEDIA Manufacturer Product Training Classes


Carson City, NV, August 10, 2009 - BG Radia has scheduled to host two CEDIA -accredited courses at CEDIA Expo next month in Atlanta.

The class "Line Source/Line Array Speaker Technology" (Course Code MPT763) will be taught by Mark Fielder, BG Radia Residential Sales Manager, on Friday, September 11th, from 10 -11:30 AM. It will discuss how line source technology it nearly universal in the professional audio world of auditorium and stadium sound systems, and how it translates into a valuable tool for controlling reflections in typical home listening rooms, thus increasing intelligibility and image specificity.

The other class, entitled "BGX Balanced Bass -Line Subwoofer Technology," (Course Code MPT764) will be presented by Tony Weber, BG Radia National Sales Manager, on Saturday, September 12th, from 10 -11:30 AM. It will focus on how BGX subwoofer systems, developed in conjunction with THX™, can open new doors for installers to achieve world -class bass by using multiple subwoofers which produce virtually no vibration, enabling their placement in otherwise unusable applications.

Each class will award 0.375 CEU credits to attendees.

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