B&W Theater Thursday: Bowers & Wilkins Theater FAQ

In this course, we’re taking a different approach and fielding your questions beforehand. We’ll address anything you have wanted to know about our products and System Design in general. We’ll be joined by Eric McBride, one of our greatest resources at Bowers & Wilkins.

Please submit your questions via email before May 19th. Send to: kathleenthomas@bowerswilkins.com

Presented by Andrew Kissinger and Eric McBride

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B&W Custom Installation Overview

In this course, we will review the entire line of Bowers & Wilkins CI products, how the design and technology tie-in with our free-standing speaker models, and best practices for installation and set up.
Presented by Kathleen Thomas

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B&W Virtual Lunch and Learn: Hidden Technology for the Modern Home

Continuing Education for architects, builders, and interior designers 

Home electronics should integrate seamlessly into a home’s design and decor. This course reviews the three-pronged approach to hiding technology—advance planning, design philosophy, and product selection—which are available for minimizing the visual impact of electronics without compromising performance. Specific challenges and recommendations related to hiding video displays, projectors, speakers, controls, cameras, and equipment racks— among others—will be addressed. This course speaks to innovative and creative ways to lessen the visual impact of electronics by making them low-profile, hidden or camouflaged, or even invisible!

Presented by Brian Farley, CEDIA Outreach Instructor 

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B&W Theater Thursday: Home Theater Design for Great Audio

This course will show you how to design a great sounding Home Theater space. We’ll cover dimensions, construction techniques, and room treatments. You’ll learn about The CT700 and CT800 product lines, how to integrate them into a theater, and the differences between CT, Core and CI products. We’ll also show off some final projects and innovative applications.

Presented by Eric McBride

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B&W Virtual Lunch and Learn: Dedicated Theater Design

What is a home theater? This may sound like a simple question, but is it? Participants in this course will come away with a very distinct definition of what a home theater is—and what it isn’t! Discussions will also include basic acoustical physics, common mistakes in designing theaters, as well as specific design considerations related to video, lighting, electrical, and safety, and comfort. This course will provide guidance related to what goes into the room—from equipment to wall treatments, to seating—and provide practical solutions to problems associated with home theater design and construction. Additionally, attendees will discuss the importance of engaging a trained, qualified professional early in the design and build process.

Presented by Brian Farley, CEDIA Outreach Instructor 

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B&W Core Technology Overview

This course will explore and explain the innovative technologies and designs that make Bowers & Wilkins the go-to choice for music and cinema makers and lovers around the world.

Presented by Kathleen Thomas

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B&W Virtual Lunch and Learn: Hidden Technology for the Modern Home

Continuing Education for architects, builders, and interior designers 

Home electronics should integrate seamlessly into a home’s design and decor. This course reviews the three-pronged approach to hiding technology—advance planning, design philosophy, and product selection—which are available for minimizing the visual impact of electronics without compromising performance. Specific challenges and recommendations related to hiding video displays, projectors, speakers, controls, cameras, and equipment racks— among others—will be addressed. This course speaks to innovative and creative ways to lessen the visual impact of electronics by making them low-profile, hidden or camouflaged, or even invisible!

Presented by Brian Farley, CEDIA Outreach Instructor 

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B&W Theater Thursday: The New Home Theater

As the home increasingly becomes the epicenter of all of our lives, how does this affect trends in Home Theater? We will discuss what we are seeing as a rapidly emerging “cocooning” trend centered around home and immediate family, how it affects the content and context of Home Theater, and why great Audio in a Home Theater is more important than ever before. We will also cover how film sound is created, the importance of audio, and how the emergence of streaming performances recontextualize how a Home Theater is used.

Presented by Andrew Kissinger

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B&W Virtual Lunch and Learn: Dedicated Theater Design

Continuing Education for architects, builders, and interior designers 

What is a home theater? This may sound like a simple question, but is it? Participants in this course will come away with a very distinct definition of what a home theater is—and what it isn’t! Discussions will also include basic acoustical physics, common mistakes in designing theaters, as well as specific design considerations related to video, lighting, electrical, and safety, and comfort. This course will provide guidance related to what goes into the room—from equipment to wall treatments, to seating—and provide practical solutions to problems associated with home theater design and construction. Additionally, attendees will discuss the importance of engaging a trained, qualified professional early in the design and build process.

Presented by Brian Farley, CEDIA Outreach Instructor 

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B&W Custom Installation Overview

In this course, we will review the entire line of Bowers & Wilkins CI products, how the design and technology tie-in with our free-standing speaker models, and best practices for installation and set up.
Presented by Kathleen Thomas

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