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Instructors: Ken Ward - Educar

Track: Technician - Fabricator

Session ID: TF000

Location: TBA

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Description: What if you could make sure that an OEM integration device will do what's needed - before you install it? How do you tell what you need a device to be able to do? Learn Educar's 2018 Four Questions process, to find OE integration issues before they're problems. We will show you how to test the signal and how to learn each device's "core functions" beforehand. In this session, you will learn how to expose additional processing of audio signals used by the carmakers - even in base-model audio systems from mainline brands like Toyota!

 

*A reservation does not guarantee a seat. Reserved seating is located on the first two rows of each classroom and is on a first come first served basis. Please be at your class no later than ten minutes before start time.  

 

Thursday, 02 March 2017 15:41
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Instructors: Mike Schwitz - General Manager - Sound Connection, Inc., Brandon Green - Owner - The Car Audio Shop, Chris Ott - Installation Manager - Audio Evolution Topics

Track: Technician - Fabricator

Session ID: TF002

Location: 128

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Description: Learn industry best practices for soldering, tesa tape, looms, nutserts, etc). Understand the best use techniques for testing equipment, learn the how-to and use case for each. Understand fabrication basics (wrapping enclosures, making panel insert, different bits and their use, etc.). WE will provide a complete review of electrical components (resistors, diodes, relays, etc). What they do and what to do with them.

 

*A reservation does not guarantee a seat. Reserved seating is located on the first two rows of each classroom and is on a first come first served basis. Please be at your class no later than ten minutes before start time. 

 

Sunday, 10 February 2019 14:21
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Instructors: Andy Wehmeyer – Audiofrog, Inc.

Track: Technician - Fabricator

Track ID: TF003 & TF004

Location: 128

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Part Two [Click here to Reserve Your Seat*]

 

 

Description: This seminar, presented in two parts, will explain polarity, phase and delay—their differences and similarities—as the basis of advanced signal processing used in many factory-installed audio systems.

 

Description Part 1: Can 90’s car audio still be a business? Sure, but if your default sale is a five-channel amplifier, front speakers and rear speakers to be hooked up and delivered, you’re leaving money on the table and turning away a significant source of revenue and enthusiastic referrals.

 

Description Part 2: Part two will provide detailed explanations of those advanced processing modules: phase EQ and upmixing. We’ll also provide an explanation of how to quickly identify the processing used in the OE system and choose an upgrade path that’s straightforward and predictable. Part two will provide detailed explanations of those advanced processing modules: phase EQ and upmixing. We’ll also provide an explanation of how to quickly identify the processing used in the OE system and choose an upgrade path that’s straightforward and predictable.

 

*A reservation does not guarantee a seat. Reserved seating is located on the first two rows of each classroom and is on a first come first served basis. Please be at your class no later than ten minutes before start time. 

 

Thursday, 04 July 2019 18:04
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Instructors: Jason Kranitz - Kingpin University, Chris McNulty - Driven Mobile Electronics

Track: Technician - Fabricator

Track ID: TF006

Location: 128

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Description: The Laser Focus course will familiarize attendees with the laser-cutting and engraving machinery, software, power requirements, maintenance, and incorporated build ideas.  In addition, attendees will get ideas from experienced instructors on adding premium enhancements to traditional installs and learn tips and tricks while using the newest tool in the fabrication room.  Jason Kranitz will be joined by industry experts Chris McNulty and John Brettle. 

This course is open to Techs, Sales, and Store Owners who want to explore the option of adding a Laser for increased profits and exciting builds.

 

*A reservation does not guarantee a seat. Reserved seating is located on the first two rows of each classroom and is on a first come first served basis. Please be at your class no later than ten minutes before start time. 

 

Thursday, 04 July 2019 18:25
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Instructors: Ken Ward - Educar Training

Track: Technician - Fabricator

Track ID: TF-001

Location: 128

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Description: Ten years ago, adding amplifiers to factory systems was a special occasion for most shops. Today, it’s an everyday task. This new class, developed jointly by Dan Bowman of Hot Rides and Ken Ward of Educar, gives guidance on what to do before and after the OEM-integration audio sale.  Everyday OEM Integration is about selling the right gear and the right plan up front. Give your and your shop the best opportunity to have a happy customer and a profitable transaction.

 

*A reservation does not guarantee a seat. Reserved seating is located on the first two rows of each classroom and is on a first come first served basis. Please be at your class no later than ten minutes before start time. 

 

Sunday, 10 February 2019 14:21
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Instructors: Randy Swartz - Elite Auto Salon

Track: Technician - Fabricator

Track ID: TF007

Location: 128

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Description: Learn a straightforward process for tuning systems that include DSP and why the process works. Topics covered will be digital audio basics, gain setting, crossover type and selection, delay setting and equalization. We’ll also explain the basics of how recordings are made and what you can expect to achieve when reproducing them. This class is designed to make you a better and much more efficient tuner.

 

*A reservation does not guarantee a seat. Reserved seating is located on the first two rows of each classroom and is on a first come first served basis. Please be at your class no later than ten minutes before start time. 

 

Thursday, 02 March 2017 15:44
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