Monday 27th September at 19.30. : Audio in Radio Communication – Optimising Your Signals Bob Heil, K9EID, Heil Sound

Monday 27th September at 19.30.

Next Monday evening we are delighted to welcome Bob Heil, K9EID, to MKARS through Zoom to give us the talk

Audio in Radio Communication – Optimising Your Signals

Bob Heil, K9EID, Heil Sound, Belleville, USA

To join us for the talk all you have to do is click on the link:

If you need them the Meeting ID: 823 1415 9166 and the Passcode: MKARSBHT

The meeting starts at 19.30 and the Zoom waiting room will be open from 19.15.

For those that don’t know Bob, Bob Heil is a sound and radio engineer most well-known for creating the template for modern rock sound systems. He founded the company Heil Sound in 1966, which went on to create unique touring sound systems for bands such as The Grateful Dead, The Who and developed the Talk Box for Peter Frampton. Bob has been an innovator in the field of amateur radio, manufacturing microphones and satellite dishes for broadcasters and live sound engineers. He has won multiple awards and honours, and in 2007 he became the first manufacturer to be invited to exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

We look forward to Bob’s talk which has also been opened up to other local clubs.

For those that have not joined a Zoom meeting before, all they have to do is to just click on the link above and they will be directed to download Zoom. It will then connect them into our Zoom meeting. If they want to join on audio only (no camera) that’s fine – all we would ask is that when they connect, they identify themselves with a name and/or callsign.

Looking forward to seeing you there which should be a great evening.