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AES-LA Section
P. O. Box 8343
Mission Hills, CA 91346




AES-LA Section Officers

Chairman:
Gregg Riggs

Vice-Chairman:
John Svetlik

Treasurer:
Richard Wollrich

Secretary:
Daniel Schulz

Executive Committee
Bob Lee
Ginge Cox
Joseph Schwartz
Michael Brigman
Gary Epstein
Linda Gedemer
Luke Huapaya
Brian Seagrave




AES Headquarters:
551 Fifth Ave, Suite 1225
New York, NY 10176 USA


 
 JBL CASE STUDY: NEW TRANSDUCER AND MONITORS

 
JBL Professional, based in nearby Northridge, enjoys an enviable reputation for innovating a number of leading-edge transducers and sound systems for professional audio applications. At the core of its expertise is a continuing focus on original research and development of new types of transducers, such as the patented D2.

Dual Compression Driver and the Image Control Waveguide technologies that are now the core of JBL’s new studio monitor platform, including the M2 Master Reference Monitor and 7 Series two-way monitors.
 
Our presenters for the June 30 AES LA Section Meeting will be Dr. Alexander Voishvillo, Senior Manager of Transducer Engineering and Acoustic Research, and Charles Sprinkle,  Senior Systems Engineer at JBL Professional, who will describe the initial technology and its evolution into new smaller transducers that form the heart of JBL’s new 7 Series Studio Monitor series.
 
Dr. Alexander Voishvillo will describe the D2430K dual driver and how it has spawned a new range of annular diaphragm compression drivers, such as smaller D2415K dual driver and the latest model 2409H, in addition to next-generation woofers that are the heart of the new 7 Series, and ensure that these speakers can deliver extended response and very high output continuously without failure.






AES-LA SPONSORS MARSHMALLOW DRIVE CHALLENGE

The AES LA Section is proud to sponsor the “Marshmallow Drive Challenge,” a fun event at the upcoming 2015 Recording Industry Golf Tournament™. The tourney will take place Monday, June 29 at the Mountain Gate Country Club in Los Angeles, and proceeds this year will benefit the music and recording program at A Place Called Home www.apch.org , a dynamic community center and safe haven in South Central Los Angeles.  

The Marshmallow Drive Challenge will pit individual golfers against each other to see who can score the longest drive off a tee—using a marshmallow instead of a golf ball—while vying for a bottle of premium spirit.

The Recording Industry Golf Tournament is an annual charity event.  For more information, visit www.recordingindustrygolftournament.com. 



NEXT SECTION MEETING DATE:  Tuesday, June 30, 2015.
  
PLACE: Sportsmen’s Lodge Event Center, 12833 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604  (at the corner of Ventura Blvd. and Coldwater Canyon).
TIME: Meeting at 8:00 PM. Pre-meeting dinner (optional) at 7:00 PM. Dinner cost is $30 for student members with reservations, $35 for student members without reservations, $35 for members with reservations, $40 for members without reservations, $40 for non-members with reservations and $45 for non-members without reservations. Make a reservation at least 48 hours in advance with the Treasurer - Richard Wollrich at  treasurer@aesla.org Please put “AES-LA DINNER RESERVATION” in the email subject line.
MENU: .Sportsmen’s Salad with Champagne Vinaigrette Dressing | Atlantic salmon with dill sauce | Rice, Rolls and butter | Coffee, Tea, and Iced Tea | Chocolate Sundae
 
 
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