Shure and its Indian distributor, Sun Infonet, remain dedicated to educating the country’s pro audio professionals. Adding to the series of Microflex Advance seminars that Sun Infonet and Shure MEA have conducted already this year in Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Delhi, the 3-day workshop was brought to Pune.

Shure MEA technical application engineer Ritendra Poddar led the seminar, which went into depth exploring the manufacturer’s Microflex Advance and P300 DSP, as well as the Microflex Wireless range of microphone solutions. The first day of training covered Microflex Advance sales and saw the delivery of a technical presentation, while the second day spanned topics such as best practices for the Advance system, voice lift and audio networking, in addition to a hands-on session with Microflex Wireless. The final day provided hands-on demonstrations of Microflex Advance, following which attendees took the online Microflex Advance Certification test.

‘I am happy to see the enthusiasm of the participants who wholeheartedly attended this training and passed the online test,’ said Rohit Reddy, product specialist at Sun Infonet. ‘Their queries, group discussions and self-confidence shows that their companies are encouraging them to attend these kinds of training sessions, which is in-turn helping them to execute projects smoothly.’

Sun Infonet’s training efforts were recently recognised by Shure when the distributor was presented with the award for the best training programme at this year’s Shure MEASA distributor’s summit.-ProAVLAsia