Paul Wilbur Klipsch,
a modern sonorous reproduction paradigm.
Many inventors and engineers were devoted to the innovations
in the loudspeaker enclosure techonology. Among them are:
Edgard M. Villchur
American engineer, founder of the company Acustic Research.
He developed the acoustic diffuser using the suspension principle
acoustics. An used compact system until the current days in
domestic sonorous reproduction systems.
James Bullough Lansing
Was born in 1902. In spite his low educational level he was
reponsable for very importants inventions in the loudspeaker
manufacturing such as: flat wound coils, molded metallic diaphragms,
the sound reproduction system known as ICONIC as well as the
coaxial loudspeakder. On the Thursday, September 24th, 1949
he took his own life.
Paul Wilbur Klipsch
Born in 1902, as an engineer
he was known by his expertise in manufacturing loudspeaker
enclosures using high frequency horns. For his inventions
on this type of loudspeaker enclosure he was granted with
a patent for his famous enclosure commonly called KLIPSCHORN.
was born in 1916 and educated at Oundle, England. After a
brief period with EMI and GEC, In 1936, he founded the Acoustical
Mfg. Co., Ltd. Huntingdon, Camb., U.K. There he was responsible
for the desing and development of many audio products including
the famous electrostatic loudspeaker enclosure system. Such
products were sold worldwide under the trade name of QUAD.
Rudolph Thomas Bozak
1910-1982. American engineer.
He developed several innovations in loudspeaker manufacturing
such as the technique for molding loudspeakers cones using
a mixture of wool and paper in order to improve its consistency.
The Bozak loudspeaker enclosures are famous for their high
engineering level as well as craftsmanship.