BOSTON AUDIO SOCIETY
April 2009 Meeting
Date: Sunday, April 19, 2009
Time: 6:00 PM
Place: Boston University, Life Science & Engineering Bldg, 24 Cummington
St, 1st Floor Conference Room (Room 103), Boston, MA 02215,
Featured Guest: Steve Krampf, Chestnut Hill Sound
Topic: Steve Kramkpf, Cofounder and CEO of Chestnut
Hill Sound Inc., will discuss the latest project of the company and the
marriage of software and hardware to reproduce audio.
As CEO Steve brings more than 25 years of senior management
experience from several best-in-class manufacturers of audio/video equipment
including Teac, Otari, Ampex and Lexicon/Harman International. While running
a boutique consultancy Steve furthered the market success of companies like
Berklee Media, Bang & Olufsen, Waves, Yamaha, Panoram Technologies,
HP, and Tannoy.
Based in Newton Massachusetts, Chestnut Hill Sound
is defining digital audio for the home by providing breakthrough solutions
for a new generation of listeners. The company has created the world's first
central platform for the playback of digital audio content. Its flagship
product GEORGE is the only digital audio system that enables users to easily
access, fully control and conveniently listen to their iPod music collections.
CHS was founded by audio and technology pioneers seasoned
in developing and producing professional and consumer digital audio systems,
computer software and building and managing early-stage technology companies.