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HDBaseT Training

Feb 4, 2013 12:16 PM

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ISF, HAA, AVPro and Atlona are teaming up to provide a course designed to bring audio and video specialists up to speed on the latest trends in audio, video, and HDBaseT AV distribution. The new course is called “AVPro Advanced Fundamentals in Audio and Video,” and includes ISF Level II Advanced Video, HAA TurboCal Audio, and AVPro HDBaseT Fundamentals sponsored by Atlona.

Day One

TurboCal Audio

8 a.m.-noon

How to improve sound quality step by step in almost any room by more than 90 percent.

HAA Crash Course on Professional Home Acoustics

This half-day class prepares the student to begin calibrating and understanding acoustics. Enabled by the latest process driven instruction on their laptop, the calibrator in the field is led through the workflow collecting data and making adjustments. The service includes a detailed report documenting performance that in turn can be presented to the consumer.

HDBaseT Fundamentals

1 p.m.-5 p.m.

How to install distributed digital systems featuring Atlona Technologies.

Extending, Splitting and Connecting in the Digital Age

This course covers a range of topics designed to bring attendees up to speed on HDMI, EDID, and HDCP, and how to integrate it and deploy it over distance at multiple points. Atlona application engineers will discuss HDBaseT and HDBaseT Lite for digital distribution, connectivity, and control of the digital stream including high-definition audio, video, (including 4K video and lossless audio) control (RS-232, IR, CED, and USB), Ethernet and Power (PoE), and a primer on digital system troubleshooting.

Day Two

ISF Level II Advanced Video Calibration and Installation with basic hands-on

ISF LEVEL II is for graduates of ISF Level I certification. LEVEL II focus is a hands-on approach to ISF software guided solutions for advanced calibration, plus system parameters including: EEDID /HDMI verification, 3D color management, multipoint color balance, optimizing multiple processing engines, system building diagnosis, Gamma/EOTF, advanced Gamut matching/distortion/manipulation, and other recent innovations.

Day Three

This day is ISF Level II and a hands-on lab where you’ll learn video calibration, HDBaseT troubleshooting of system components including matrix switches, extenders, and distribution amplifiers.

Please note that ISF Level I is a requirement for Level II and can be taken online at Use Code ISFDL13 for a 50 percent discount off of distant learning (for prospects signing up for Level II).

Cost for all 3 days is $1,500, which can be split up.


March 12-14

Nashville, Tenn.

May 14-16

Toronto, Ontario

June 4-6

New York

July 9-11

Los Angeles

July 16-18

San Francisco

Aug. 6-8


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