Sennheiser launches Evolution Wireless G4 series in Middle East and Africa
Recent seminars conducted by Sennheiser in the United Arab Emirates and Kenya focused on the much-anticipated evolution wireless G4 series
The Middle East and Africa-based markets got their first look at Sennheiser’s Evolution Wireless G4 series of wireless mic and in-ear montoring systems at two events in the United Arab Emirates and Kenya.
The seminar in Dubai centred around the company’s audio for business solution range, while in Kenya, the event took a more technical approach, with detailed workshops covering all aspects of wireless audio capture.
Hosted by Sennheiser’s long-standing UAE distributor Venuetech, the event in Dubai was attended by more than 60 industry professionals from systems integrators and consultants.
The key presentation, titled Wireless Microphones for System Integration was delivered by Kai Tossing, portfolio manager for Sennheiser Business Solutions and outlined the digital workflows for deployment of multi-channel wireless systems in education and corporate applications.
In addition to a first look at the newly launched ew G4 solutions, participants got live demonstration of Sennheiser’s SpeechLine Digital Wireless and Digital 6000 solutions, with all systems monitored and controlled in a live environment by Sennheiser’s new core control software, Control Cockpit.
“I found the presenters and presentation material very helpful in quelling my endeavours to continually strive to be ahead of my competitors in the current market and would recommend this event to all like-minded consultants in the region,” said Gerald Stewart, principal – acoustics at Inhabit Group.
Ryan Burr, head of technical sales and application engineering, system solutions at Sennheiser Middle East led the four training sessions in Kenya.
He said: “Our partner Audio Visual Engineering did an excellent job of promoting the event and attracting over 50 of their customers from verticals as diverse as media and broadcast, education, houses of worship and events companies, all of whom were eager to learn more about our wireless microphones, application-based theory and general best practices.”
The presentations he delivered were aimed at both new and existing users of wireless microphones and in-ear monitor systems, including sound engineers, live event professionals, students, apprentices, sales people and AV technicians. Over the course of four sessions, attendees gained the knowledge and insight needed to operate multichannel wireless systems, covering acoustics and electrotechnology, wireless mics and monitoring, antenna technology, microphone technology, frequency management and wireless monitoring.