The next meeting of the AES Melbourne Section will be on Monday 5th June at 7:30pm at
The SAE Institute Lecture Theatre, 235 Normanby Rd South Melbourne.
James Waldron and Jason Grbevski of Sennheiser Australia will present on the topic:
Wireless Microphones – current technologies
Wireless microphones have continued to evolve since their introduction in 1957.
The latest developments see a wide range of different approaches to delivering a quality audio link with reliability and ease of operation. Systems today offer “no operator intervention”, uncompressed full CD quality digital audio, FM, QPSK and FSK modulation, and tiny form factors not much bigger than an XLR connector.
James and Jason will explore some of the different technologies employed for wireless audio transmission and cover off the latest developments in spectrum affairs for wireless microphones.
Mon 5th June 2017 at 7:30pm
The SAE Institute – Lecture Theatre
235 Normanby Road
Directions: Entry to SAE is via the Students’ Entry, now located in Woodgate St (at rear of building).
Please report to the Supervisor’s Desk at this entry, and you will be directed to the Lecture Theatre (upstairs at the back of the building).
Visitors and guests welcome.
We hope to see you there.
About the presenters:
Training as a technical officer in naval communications and weapons systems gave James a solid grounding in RF technology and applications. He has experience as a technician in the recording and broadcast markets, and sales and management roles with Australian professional AV distributors and manufacturers, as well as in the AV contracting sector. Throughout his 30 year career, James’ experience with wireless audio systems includes brands such as AKG, Sony, Shure and particularly with Sennheiser.
James is the Product Manager for Professional & MI products at Sennheiser ANZ, and a member of Sennheiser’s global Customer Development and Application Engineering (CDAE) Team.
In his role as Product Channel Manager for Australia & New Zealand, Jason Grbevski oversees Sennheiser’s strategy, training, marketing and product technology for the Integrated Systems channel in ANZ. Jason is also a member of Sennheiser’s Global Customer Development and Application Engineering team (CDAE), a network of product experts whose purpose is to better serve high level project and event co-ordination, design and implementation along with development of training curriculum for Sennheiser’s Sound Academy.
Jason boasts over 20 years of experience in the professional audio and manufacturing/distribution space in APAC. Within that time he has undertaken various roles from technical sales through to executive marketing and product development positions with a particular speciality in audio for the installed and collaborative environment.