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Almo Professional A/V, a North American professional audio visual distributor with global reach, is making one final stop on the fall 2017 E4 AV Tour to Irvine, California, on Oct. 3.
Watch a video interview where rAVe founder Gary Kayye talks to Almo Pro A/V’s Sam Taylor about Almo services here.
See a video showing some of the Top Products on the E4 exhibit floor here.
Named the CI BEST Training, Consulting/Business Service for the fourth year in a row, and a recipient of the SCN 2017 Stellar Service Award, the E4 program offers AV professionals a full day of educational sessions worth AVIXA CTS Renewal Units (RUs) as well as exclusive access to the newest AV products and services.
“With more than 600 registered, a packed exhibit floor and standing-room only classes, last week’s E4 event in NY was one of our liveliest since the tour began in 2009,” said Melody Craigmyle, vice president of marketing for Almo Professional A/V. “We intend to keep the momentum going as we move the tour across the nation and spend the day with our partners in the Irvine area on October 3. Some of the highlights include a live stream of our keynote address, the ability to earn two major certifications during breakfast and happy hour – one for HDBaseT led by ATEN and one for AV over IP led by Atlona, and a projector giveaway from Epson.”
E4 Irvine 4K Keynote Live Streamed on Facebook
The 2017 E4 Keynote “4K: No Myths, No Exaggerations – Just the Facts” will be available for viewing live at 9:20 a.m. Pacific time on the rAVe (http://www.facebook.com/rAVePubs) Facebook page.
Worth 1.5 AVIXA CTS RUs, the keynote, led by industry consultant Gary Kayye, focuses on everything integrators need to know to specify, sell and integrate 4K systems. Gary shares the top four applications for 4K, most of which are a surprise. The entire session is being shown live in 100 percent 4K.
For more details and a complete list of E4 Irvine sessions, click here.
E4 Irvine offers two distinct certification programs to attendees:
- The HDBaseT Installer Expert Program with ATEN. This course is targeted at installers and integrators who would like to learn more about HDBaseT technology. With relevant content for both the beginner and the expert installer, this course includes the following modules: technology principles, installation do’s and don’ts, best practices, product certification and interoperability, and a hands-on tutorial and demonstration. At the conclusion, attendees receive an “HDBaseT Expert Certificate” and free power bank. Runs from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and worth 1.5 AVIXA CTS RUs.
- AV Over IP: Networking for AV Technical Certification with Atlona. This course is designed for sales and business professionals who want to learn the basics about networked AV topics such as codecs, compression, data rates, basic networking terminology and more. It is also ideal for anyone in presales engineering or design. Content also includes review of the Atlona OmniStream product family. Runs from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and worth 2.5 AVIXA CTS RUs.
Epson will offer demonstrations of several new projectors, including the BrightLink Pro 2265U and will give away a new model to one lucky attendee who visits the booth during E4 Irvine.
E4 AV Tour participating manufacturers will showcase the latest products and services available through Almo. Fall tour exhibitors include AKG, AMX, AOPEN, ATEN, Atlona, Avocor, Barco, BrightSign, BSS, BWG, C2G, Canon, Chief, Comprehensive Connectivity, Crestron, Crown, Da-Lite, DBX, Elo, Epson, Furman, Hisense, Hitachi, IAdea, InfoComm, JBL, Kramer, LG, Listen Technologies, NEC, Optoma, Panasonic, Peerless-AV, Planar, Premier, QSC, Samsung, SecurityTronix, Sharp, Soundcraft, SunBriteDS, Tightrope Media TouchSystems, Tripplite, tvONE, Vaddio, ViewSonic and ZeeVee.
E4 Irvine Details
E4 Irvine is on Oct. 3 at the Irvine Marriott in Irvine, California and runs from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It is entirely complimentary — including parking — for Almo Pro A/V’s reseller, integrator and consultant partners. To register, click here.