U.S. audio electronics company founded in 1927.- Altec Lansing
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American company that manufactures audio hardware, including loudspeakers and headphones.
JBL was founded by James Bullough Lansing (1902–1949), an American audio engineer and loudspeaker designer best known for establishing two audio companies that bear his name, Altec Lansing and JBL, the latter taken from his initials.
Music festival held August 15–18, 1969, on Max Yasgur's dairy farm in Bethel, New York, 40 mi southwest of the town of Woodstock.
ALTEC designed marine plywood cabinets that weighed half a ton apiece and stood 6 ft tall, almost 4 ft deep, and 3 ft wide.
Large US conglomerate which existed from 1961 to 2000.
In 1956 Ling bought L.M. Electronics, and in 1959 added Altec Electronics, a maker of stereo systems and speakers.
[[File:Electrodynamic-loudspeaker.png|thumb|Hi-fi speaker system for home use with three types of dynamic drivers 1. Mid-range driver
Altec Lansing introduced the 604, which became their most famous coaxial Duplex driver, in 1943.
James Bullough Lansing (born James Martini, January 2, 1902 – September 29, 1949) was a pioneering American audio engineer and loudspeaker designer who was most notable for establishing two audio companies that bear his name, Altec Lansing and JBL, the latter taken from his initials, JBL.
American electronics company – branded Poly to reflect its dual Plantronics and Polycom heritage – producing audio communications equipment for business and consumers.
In 2005, Plantronics acquired computer speaker manufacturer Altec Lansing for approximately $166 million.
DUPLEX was the trade name given by Altec Lansing to its line of coaxial loudspeakers, beginning with the first model 601 in 1943.
American acoustical and electrical engineer who pioneered a number of important loudspeaker concepts and designs.
Hilliard collaborated with James B. "Jim" Lansing in creating the long-lived Altec Voice of the Theatre speaker system.
USA-based manufacturer of car audio products.
In 1992 the company decided to purchase Altec Lansing from Telex.
Loudspeaker designed to reproduce low-pitched audio frequencies known as bass and sub-bass, lower in frequency than those which can be (optimally) generated by a woofer.
In 1933, the head of MGM's sound department, Douglas Shearer, worked with John Hilliard and James B. Lansing (who would later found Altec Lansing in 1941 and JBL in 1946) to develop a new speaker system that used a two-way enclosure with a W-shaped bass horn that could go as low as 40 Hz. The Shearing-Lansing 500-A ended up being used in "screening rooms, dubbing theaters, and early sound reinforcement".