JBL's Voishvillo Gets AES Fellowship

JBL Professional announced that the Audio Engineering Society (AES) awarded the company's own Dr. Alexander Voishvillo the AES Fellowship Award for his research in modeling and assessing the nonlinearities of horn drivers and other audio equipment.
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JBL's Voishvillo Gets AES Fellowship

JBL Professional announced that the Audio Engineering Society (AES) awarded the company's own Dr. Alexander Voishvillo the AES Fellowship Award for his research in modeling and assessing the nonlinearities of horn drivers and other audio equipment.

AES President Bob Moses (left) presents the AES Fellowship Award to JBL engineer Dr. Alexander Voishvillo.

JBL Professional announced that the Audio Engineering Society (AES) awarded the company's own Dr. Alexander Voishvillo the AES Fellowship Award for his research in modeling and assessing the nonlinearities of horn drivers and other audio equipment.

Dr. Voishvillo works at JBL in the area of design and development of all new high-frequency professional transducers. He has published and presented several research works on complex relationships between the subjective perception of nonlinear distortion by the human auditory system and various methods of objective assessment of nonlinearity in audio equipment.

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