33 1/3 Things You Forgot
Designing a new facility? Planning an installation? Here is a simple list of 33 facts (and some details) about audio wire and cable, with a bit about connectors, tools, ties and related items.
If you know them already, you're good to go. If there are any you don't know, maybe you can avoid a problem or needless expense!
Things attendees will learn:
Steve Lampen has worked for Belden for seventeen years and currently is Multimedia Technology Manager. Prior to Belden, Steve had an extensive career in radio broadcast engineering and installation, film production, and electronic distribution. Steve holds an FCC Lifetime General License (formerly a First Class FCC License) and is an SBE Certified Radio Broadcast Engineer. On the data side he is a BICSI Registered Communication Distribution Designer. His latest book, "The Audio-Video Cable Installer's Pocket Guide" is published by McGraw-Hill.
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