Camarillo, Calif., June 29, 2016 – When the second edition of RH Consulting’s Guide to Voice Alarm Systems was published recently (joint authored by eminent pro audio consultants Roland Hemming and Richard Northwood, in e-book format), Powersoft was quick to respond.
The Italian amplifier authority instantly saw that this could be adapted to provide its own customers with a bespoke version as an educational tool, offering specific information about deploying Powersoft products for emergency applications. They were soon in contact with RH Consulting with the result that the Powersoft release has now been made public.
The Authoritative Guide to Implementing Emergency Audio Systems
The Guide to Voice Alarm Systems is an extremely useful reference for anyone involved in the implementation of emergency audio systems. New to the Powersoft edition are useful tools including a loudspeaker power calculator, embedded product sheets and videos, and an updated version of the worldwide Voice Alarm Standards finder.
This second edition has been extremely well received by the industry, boosted by an excellent independent review. The benefits of the updated guide were demonstrated at a recent Powersoft training seminar at InfoComm in Las Vegas when all the attendees on the training course received free copies of the guide and Roland Hemming himself gave a presentation about the publication.
“We’re so pleased to have worked with Powersoft on this and we have tailored the original book to reflect Powersoft’s solutions,” stated Hemming.
“We could not think of a better way to explain the use of our products in emergency audio systems,” confirmed Francesco Fanicchi, Brand and Communication Director at Powersoft. “The Powersoft Guide to Voice Alarm Systems teaches our consultants, manufacturers, installers and venue owners all the essentials.”
Added Marc Kocks, Powersoft’s Business Development Manager for the Fixed Install market in EMEA, “For anyone involved in the voice alarm business this is invaluable. Features such as the loudspeaker power calculator, the worldwide Voice Alarm standards finder and the various comparative tables on standards requirements are information that they would find difficult to get from any other source.”