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Linear Acoustic Promotes Booth to DOE
Lancaster, PA - Feb 20, 2008 - Linear Acoustic has promoted Erik Booth to the position of director of engineering. Previously a senior hardware engineer, Booth will now oversee all engineering and new product design, ensuring that system designs meet the company's development goals and delivery timelines.
Booth joined Linear Acoustic in February 2005 and has since played a role in the company's development of products for the audio industry. He began his engineering career in the area of control systems and subsequently spent a decade working as a senior hardware engineer for Sigma Electronics, a manufacturer of products for analog and digital television systems.
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