Sennheiser’s Eric Reese will host a session discussing current spectrum changes by the FCC for the use of wireless microphones, as well as the trade-offs between specific wireless technologies and differing spectrum ranges.  The discussion will include the differences between Analog and Digital wireless as well as the use of alternate frequency ranges such as VHF, UHF, ISM, DECT, and 2.4G in House of Worship applications. This technology discussion will apply across all wireless microphones typically used in Houses of Worship regardless of manufacturer make or model.

About the speaker

Eric Reese

Eric Reese
Customer Development and Applications Engineering: Americas
Sennheiser Electronic Corporation

Eric Reese has been immersed in the audio industry for over 17 years. Prior to joining Sennheiser’s global Customer Development and Applications Engineering team, he has served as a Market Development Manager and as an Area Sales Manager at Sennheiser, held project/design engineering positions with two national integrators, and served as a Reliability Engineer for another manufacturer. Reese has been responsible for the design and integration of a variety of high profile audio system installations, providing RF support to the national touring artists, as well as the development and hosting of countless Sound Academy and Focused Training seminars. In addition to holding Sennheiser’s “Global RF Expert” Certification, Reese holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University, and an Executive Master of Business Administration from Marquette University. In his spare time, he owns and operates a live-sound production company, and serves as a staff front-of-house engineer and audio consultant at his church near Milwaukee, WI.