New Hampshire

John Strohbeen has been an important figure in audio for half a century. In 1964, while an undergraduate at M.I.T., he founded Tech Hifi. The chain eventually grew to more than sixty locations spreading from Ohio to New Hampshire to North Carolina. In 1979, John joined Ohm Acoustics as president. Ohm pioneered Lincoln Walsh’s “coherent line transmission driver,” which remains the foundation of the line today. Here, he tells us how to properly position speakers in the home environment.

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A pair of electronics and home theater businesses in New England have decided to respond to the recession by merging operations. According to the Little Independent, Littleton, Mass.-based New England Home Theater has merged with Ensemble Music Systems and Home Theater of Nashua, located across the border in New Hampshire.

Leon Speakers, a manufacturer of custom-built on-wall loudspeakers for flat-panel displays, named two new rep firms for its product line. The Jarmac Group of Massachusetts will serve Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island and upstate New York, while Atlantic Integrated will serve Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania and South Jersey. “We wanted experienced rep firms who shared our passion and commitment to the custom installation market,” said Leon CEO Jeff Gordon. “Jarmac and Atlantic Integrated both provide the extreme level of customer service that Leon Dealers are accustomed to. They both bring years of experience and long-standing relationships with leading custom integrators. Our

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