Designer Jones hits high in budget speaker quality

Hands-on with Google Chromecast, TiVo Bolt

CNET October 1, 2015

Home Theater and Audio
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Listen to this: Designer Andrew Jones takes budget-speaker sound quality to a new high
High-profile speaker designer Andrew Jones left Pioneer earlier this year for German company ELAC. He is now the head of speaker design at ELAC America and is responsible for the excellent new Debut range of speakers. Jones talks about his new designs with CNET’s Audiophiliac, Steve Guttenberg. READ MORE »
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