Category: Education

HARMAN Professional Solutions provides audio, video, lighting, and control technology for educational facilities, including primary/K-12 and higher education.

10 IDEAS FOR SOCIALLY DISTANCED EVENTS USING PORTABLE P.A.s

Well, it’s official: This is the summer of social distancing. While a “return to normal” in a post-COVID world means different things to different people, one universal certainty is that as things begin to open up, live music, performances, worship services and presentations will require some different approaches and considerations for some time to come.
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Best Practices for Creating Next-Level Higher Ed Learning Environments

Technological advances have created incredible opportunities in higher education. Today, educators and students can share information and collaborate in powerful new ways that would be unimaginable just a decade ago. But universities are under increasing pressure to provide students with the best possible learning environments, as competition continues to increase and students have more choice
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How to Create Seamless Distributed Audio Systems with JBL Control Ceiling Speakers

When it comes to providing high-quality sound throughout large facilities, ceiling-mounted loudspeakers offer the best combination of sound quality and convenience. Hotels, corporate offices, schools and houses of worship are just some of the institutions that require seamless distributed audio systems for broadcasting everything from important announcements to background music. But in addition to providing
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What is Feedback Suppression and How Can It Help Your Performances?

Squuueeeeeeaaaaccchh! You know it in an instant: that piercing, ear-melting shriek blaring out of your loudspeakers. It’s feedback, and it’s a showstopper—in more ways than one. Feedback, the high-pitched wail generated when a signal loop builds between a sound system’s audio input (here, a microphone) and amplified output (speaker), can happen anytime, anywhere. Feedback dangers
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