Bill Dudleston explains what got him into building speakers and ultimately Legacy Audio. His history is quite interesting! He even talks about Earl Geddes, the late Arnie Nudell and speaks about the powerful Legacy Audio Wavelet. If you manufacture drivers, you might want to hear his request.
In this video, Capt. Mike tells us about the importance of Captains For Clean Water for Everglades Restoration. This is something all boaters and fishers should watch and learn about. Heck, anyone that cares about earth should watch this. Yes, that means YOU!
In this video, Jim Minadeo of Zero Surge explains how his past Chemistry experience led to a voting machine patent and ultimately becoming the owner of Zero Surge in January 2014 from J. Rudy Harford.
In this video, we learn about the formation of Dutch & Dutch and how Martijn got his start in speaker design. Martijn also speaks about how the 8c design came about along with the features of such design. There’s certainly a lot to unpack in this video!
The man behind FFR, Dave Smith explains what led to the formation of his company which has sold over 12,000 kits and $300M of products. We learn about the tough parts of building a small automotive business including a lawsuit by Ford Motor Company.
Roswell Pro Audio was founded by Matthew McGlynn, whose first entry into the pro audio gear industry was RecordingHacks.com. RecordingHacks provides detailed analysis and descriptions of thousands of microphones, as well as some of the most ambitious mic shootouts ever produced.
McGlynn’s deep experience with hundreds of microphones over many years — learning how they’re built, and why they sound the way they do — led to the formation of Microphone-Parts.com, a DIY electronics company that sells premium studio microphones in “do it yourself” kit form.
Roswell Pro Audio borrows from the research and development work done by MicParts, but takes its products in a different direction. Roswell’s designs distill the various capsule and circuit combinations into best-in-class offerings that have won acclaim from musicians, home studio owners, and Grammy award-winning producers and engineers.
Hired by Dr. Floyd Toole 20 yrs ago, it was an honor to have Distinguished Engineer Todd Welti on from Harman. Todd speaks openly what his daily job consists of; room modeling, subjective correlation, headphone acoustics, machine learning to product development.
In 1985 Miki’s father Dan, started Acry-Tech Coatings. While it started as a paint company, Dan quickly developed new industry leading products. Please have a listen to Miki to learn about Acry-Tech and learn about the new formula of DuraTex that makes it stand out from their competitors. From car audio, home audio/theater or Pro Audio, DuraTex Coating has you covered.
I have the pleasure to sit with the brilliant Bruno Putzeys from Hypex Audio fame. It’s no secret that he truly broke ground to make Class D amplification mainstream within the HiFi community.
Ethan Winer joins for an hour of explanation of room treatment and explains his views on many other audio related topics including his book The Audio Expert.
Adam explains to us about the formation of KLOS Guitars and how they’re made. He and his brother Ian’s formal education of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering have certainly helped their journey of KLOS Guitars. They have also started a company called Skill Board USA for the ultimate in human balance control.
Dan Wright started ModWright Instruments as a hobby to modify equipment. Today, ModWright has grown into a well respected Audio Company which leverages Dan’s design skills along with some of the industry leading circuit designers. Please enjoy Dan’s story as it’s quite an interesting one!
Dr. Robert Malone provides us with an in depth discussion on his past of how he invented the mRNA and DNA technology. You are sure to learn a lot in this highly interesting topic.
Leonid (Leo) Ayzenshtat, full of passion; started Orchard Audio to maximize the dollar to performance ratio. Take a listen to hear about Leo’s journey from concept to reality!
AND–Dr Malone has been censored by folks who, apparently, know more about this subject than he does.
Dr. Malone is controversial, for good reason, having been criticized for propagating COVID-19 misinformation, etc.
We are leaving the video, but are not going to debate his claims. If interested in discussing, please take it to PMs.
John Seaber set out on a mission. He wanted a well performing headphone amp. Little did he know that his search would form a very successful business manufacturing an enhanced version of Chu Moy’s cMoy design. Selling tens of thousands of these units, yes, you read that right; ultimately led to his own design. His story is quite neat to listen to. Enjoy!
Alison Morrow quit her TV news career in 2019 after 12 years as a reporter. She worked in several states working for FOX & Friends and FOX News Channel and most recently for the NBC affiliate King TV in Seattle.
Entrepreneur Steve Kirsch who holds an early patent for the optical mouse decided to get involved in treating Covid. Steve put in $1MM of his own money and raised $5MM in an effort to treat Covid in the early stages.