In order to keep up with the demand for more e-training courses, Powersoft has ramped up its capacity to deliver online training courses worldwide, with over 30 new sessions covering various subjects directly of interest to Powersoft customers and users.
Each course will last for one hour and will be conducted in English, Spanish, and Italian by experienced trainers and application engineers from Powersoft.
This week, Powersoft will offer insight on its new Mezzo amplifier range. During the sessions, attendees will learn about auto setup, power sharing, and remote control, as well as a number of other ground breaking features offered by the new half rack amplifier platform.
Next week’s sessions (beginning 6 April) will focus on ArmoníaPlus 1.4 and explain how to set up and programme a basic audio system with groups, monitoring, and remote control.
On 14th and 16th of April, in the session entitled ‘Powersoft products network connections and Dante/AES67 integration’, trainees will learn how Dante and AES 67 protocols are integrated into Powersoft amplifiers and how they can be connected to networked environments using the set up and management tools.
Finally, on 21st and 23rd April, Powersoft trainers will provide insight on ArmoníaPlus’s latest feature: Health Plus, system monitoring and remote control using third party control plug ins, including Powersoft unique ‘live impedance monitoring’ and cloud-based remote monitoring of all vital functions of a system. Information on third party remote control and monitoring of Powersoft amplifiers will also be provided, with examples on various remote control and DSP systems including Crestron.
To find more details on the dates, times and languages of each sessions, and to book a slot, click on the following link.
Brand, communication, and trade marketing manager at Powersoft, Francesco Fanicchi, said: “As the world braces for many more weeks of confinement and lockdown, training and learning has never been made so easily available to industry professionals. As a manufacturer of many new technologies and products, we believe we have a responsibility to educate the market and make sure that, when we overcome this global crisis, everyone can get back to work equipped with the best tools and knowledge.”