Inside Track

KEF Engineering and Technology – Dr Jack Oclee-Brown

D3 Fronsac (2nd Floor) September 30, 2018 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Jack Oclee-Brown

Learn all about the engineering and technology behind KEF loudspeakers…

Learn all about the history of KEF with its head of acoustics, Dr. Jack Oclee-Brown, who received an MEng degree in acoustical engineering from the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR), University of Southampton, UK, in 2004.

Since then he has been with KEF Audio, where he now holds the position of Head of Acoustics.

He is interested in all aspects of loudspeaker engineering and design. His work for KEF is currently focused on loudspeaker modelling, the development of software tools to aid loudspeaker design, and transducer design.

His talk at Festival of Sound will covers a bit of KEF history, especially KEF’s long use of computers to assist in the design of loudspeakers, some examples of different types of driver simulations and then some details of Uni-Q – and why is it so important to KEF and how are today’s Uni-Q drivers different from those of 20 years ago.

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