Summary: prominent audio engineer and inventor who designed audio equipment that delivered a board, smooth, clean sound that came to be known as the "Boston sound", who co-founded several significant audio equipment manufacturing companies, including KHL, Cambridge Soundworks, and Advent, where he worked for Acoustic Research and Tivoli Audio, who also invented the AR-1 bookshelf speakers and the Model 8 FM radio.
Cause of Death: Subdural hematoma
Born: February 21, 1929
Died: January 31, 2002
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts