Seminar Programme Announced for ISCEx 2017

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ISCE, the Institute of Sound and Communication Engineers announce seminar programme for ISCEx 2017. Taking place at Coombe Abbey on Wednesday 8th March 2017, ISCEx 2017 combines educational seminars with leading networking opportunities and a table-top manufacturers’ exhibition from more than twenty commercial audio market leaders.

Topics for the 2017 seminar programme include “Digital Amplifiers – are they too well designed?”, “Hearing the Invisible” and “Taking Noise off the menu” presented by industry experts Dr Peter Mapp, Alberto Fueyo, Tony Stacey and Gillian Rollason.

If you’re working in commercial audio system design, integration, project management or sales, ISCEx 2017 provides excellent opportunities to learn, engage and discuss commercial audio solutions in an intimate, non-imposing environment.

Attendees can expect to learn first-hand latest manufacturing trends and market directions from some of the commercial audio industry’s primary voices. The one-day event also includes lunch for all attendees.

You can find out more about the seminar program for ISCEx 2017 at;

http://www.iscex2017.org.uk/seminars/

You can register to attend here;

REGISTER

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The Institute of Sound and Communications Engineers (ISCE) is the specialist professional body within the sound and communications industry.  It was founded in 1948 and is an entirely independent Institute, run by a member elected Council.

ISCE members are involved in all aspects of the sound and communications industry providing audio solutions for many varied locations and venues throughout the UK and abroad.

ISCE membership includes individuals who are self-employed, working for small companies, national and multi-national organisations in the UK and overseas with expertise in the field of consulting, contracting, engineering, distribution, research and design, manufacturing and marketing.

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