If you will be attending CES and are in the industry involved with installing video or specing out new video systems there will be a new training session you will want to take advantage of. THX will be there training people on the best practices on 3D video and audio as well as 4K video with THX certified professional education classes.
The class is aimed at installers, calibrators, and retailers that deal with THX components to ensure that the hardware sold and other accessories used support certified playback. The classes will be held at the Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay.
THX also notes that during the training it will be giving away some valuable items to the attendees. These classes are not included with the CES show and have an extra cost of $500 and $1,800 depending on what classes are taken.
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