Press Release (Edited): SEATTLE – AudioControl announced that Dean Beyett and Fernando Lopez will be broadcasting their popular YouTube Live show, Five Star Car Audio, from the Knowledgefest show floor March 15th-17th at the Indiana Convention Center, sponsored by AudioControl.
The Clearwater, Florida-based show has amassed 90,000 followers and growing, bringing insights along with some levity to the world of car stereo. Dean and Fernando will host a live show on Friday and another on Saturday, bringing viewers a peak into the world of Knowledgefest. Exact show times will be announced or subscribe here.
Also at KnowledgeFest, AudioControl will show a new Honda S2000 demo vehicle featuring an advanced sound system. On display will be the DM-RTA, a precision audio calibration tool that enables installation technicians to provide their customers with the best possible sound quality tailored to their listening preferences.
Knowledgefest attendees will also see the new AC-BT24 Bluetooth Module, providing wireless connectivity and streaming to AudioControl’s D-6.1200 amplifier, DM-RTA and digital signal processors, as well as their full line of premium OEM upgrade solutions.
AudioControl’s Director of Mobile Audio, Chris Bennett, will be showing the features and benefits of having the DM-RTA available and making sure you have the know how to use it properly. Come and learn about AudioControl’s unique approach to making new and innovative products that continue to deliver the five pillars of great products: Price, Power, Performance, Unique Features and the Best Warranty.
Training Seminar Schedule
AudioControl Training will be held Friday, March 15th 12:30pm (Meeting Room: 125) and Saturday March 16th at 4:45 pm (Meeting Room: 124). Those interested in attending can contact Chris Bennett at [email protected] or register directly at the Knowledgefest website. Early registration is recommended.
Honda S2000 Demo Vehicle
AudioControl will be showcasing a 2000 Honda S2000 demo car built by Ata Ehdaivand, owner of Absolute Electronix in Rockville, MD. The audio system features a Sony RSX-GS9 high-resolution digital media receiver mated to an AudioControl DM-608 DSP processor with AccuBASS®, two AudioControl LC-4.800 amplifiers driving Gladen Aerospace 3-way front speakers and one LC-1.800 amplifier driving four AlumaPro 8-inch woofers. The installation also features Stinger wire and Dynamat sound deadening material.