Advances in consumer audio technology for the home
Audio continues to be a vital part of home entertainment systems but is increasingly required to complement accompanying video and to fit into the requirements of home decor and consumers’ lifestyles. This conference examines how forward-thinking home audio providers can successfully embrace these new paradigms in order to survive and prosper in the future. The conference explores the market place, industrial design and new high definition audio/video formats; it also examines how transducer and electronics design is adapting to the needs of the modern household.
This two day AES UK section conference presents a lively and informative programme of talks and seminars from respected engineers, designers, academics and market researchers, with plenty of opportunity for both formal and informal discussion. It is followed by an AES Technical Education Day, with numerous practical demonstration sessions. Open to all, this is closely based on the format which was so well received at last year’s conference.
Who should attend:
- Audio equipment designers and manufacturers e.g. hi-fi, home cinema and whole house audio.
- Anyone delivering audio into the home e.g. record companies, broadcasters.
- Information Technology and telecom companies – Internet Service Providers, computer manufacturers, mobile phone designers, communications equipment designers.
- Sound system designers and installers.
- Journalists – not only for specialist magazines, but for broadsheets too.
- Recording studio engineers and artists – learn about the best target formats for your mixes.
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Disclaimer: The organisers reserve the right to change the authors and topics without notice.