Alex Voishvillo is the mastermind behind many of the innovative products at Harman, mostly based on his passion and knowledge for all things related to transducers. Born and educated in Russia, Alex was brought to the United States by Gene Czerwinski to work on the loudspeaker products for Cerwin-Vega. While exploring and discovering new uses for transducers within sound, Alex created a respected reputation for thinking outside of the box and solving problems related to improving performances of high frequency transducers. In 2004 he was hired at Harman to focus on the JBL brand and created the compression driver for the D2430K, one of the company’s leading technologies. Alex has also been active as a researcher and has written dozens of scientific research papers, such as those he has presented at the AES conventions over the years.
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