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Audio Technica Launch Summer School Programme
Leading manufacturer of microphones and headphones launches initiatives to ensure customers get the best service from retailers.
Many retailers, including Gear4music.com, have signed up to the programme so that sales staff are able to communicate in depth knowledge of products to the end user.
By thoroughly understanding each Audio Technica product, it is hoped that customer's needs can be better understood, ensuring that the equipment they leave with is exactly what they require.
Not only will staff be educated about Audio Technica products, also gaining a wider insight into current issues in music.
Wireless systems will be looked at in depth, in terms of both set up as well as up to date details to the 2012 licensing changes.
Live sound as well as studio recording will be addressed, ensuring that customers can get the right mic for their voice, as well as their instruments.
Other areas that will be looked at include key microphone information and terminology, as well as headphones.Posted on 1 Jul 2010 12:00 to category : Instruments News
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