Edgar M. Villchur—A Tribute by Tom Tyson, December 3, 2011

Edgar Villchur and the Acoustic Suspension Loudspeaker Audio Engineering Society

A Glorious Time: AR’s Edgar Villchur and Roy Allison (Interviews)

Acoustic Research and the Acoustic Suspension Loudspeaker, by Andrew Hayden

The Classic Speaker Pages, Specializing in Acoustic Research and its New England Progeny

Revolution: The Sealed Enclosure Loudspeaker

The Audio Century, Part II: The Twentieth Century and the Birth of Audio Technology, by John Pearsall, Audio Discourse, Positive Feedback Online

Steve Hoffman Music Forums: History of the AR-3, by Tom Tyson

The Loudspeaker Part 3 Arcane Radio Trivia March 7, 2007

Acoustic Research AR-2a Loudspeakers: Replacement of the Tone Control Potentiometers

AR Turntable History


Obituaries and Tributes

“Audio systems pioneer Villchur dies at 94 in NY,” (AP) Boston Globe, October 18, 2011.

“Audio systems pioneer Edgar Villchur dies in NY at 94; inventions changed hi-fi music industry.” (AP) Washington Post, October 18, 2011.

“Eddie Villchur- the father of the modern loudspeaker,” Marshall Chasin, Hearing Health Matters, October 18, 2011.

“Edgar M. Villchur, a Hi-Fi Innovator, Is Dead at 94,” Dennis Hevesi, New York Times, October 17, 2011.

Edgar M. Villchur—A Tribute by Tom Tyson, December 3, 2011.

“Edgar Villchur, audio inventor who changed the hearing care field, dies at 94,” David Kirkwood, Hearing Health Matters, October 18, 2011.

“Edgar Villchur, who invented small hi-fi speakers, dies at 94,” Los Angeles Times, October 20, 2011.

Film Score Monthly, post by Rozsaphile, November 19, 2011.

“In Memory Of Engineers,” Joel Hans, Managing Editor, Manufacturing Business Technology, November, 2011.

Tad Wise, Woodstock Times, October 21, 2011.

“Tribute: Edgar Villchur, 1917-2011: Acoustic engineer who invented the acoustic suspension loudspeaker, dome tweeter, and multiband compression, and brought fundamental change to two different fields,” Mead C. Killion, PhD. Hearing Review, December 4, 2011.

Daily Freeman, October 19, 2011.


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