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A sound idea

David Moulton spent 20 years trying to design the perfect stereo speaker. He may have done it.

By Tristram Lozaw
Globe Correspondent / February 3, 2004

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GROTON -- The room at Moulton Labs is only few miles outside Boston, but it seems light years away from the iPods of the MP3 generation. In each corner are strange mechanical beasts, looking like children of Rosie the Robot and a few Daleks from Dr. Who. According to audio guru David Moulton, they represent the latest generation of the ... (Full Article: 1943 Words)

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