Resonado Labs has brought on Benny Danovi as a Vice President of Engineering and Principal Transducer Engineer as it rapidly grows its U.S. engineering team. In his new role, Danovi will spearhead the expansion of the company’s proprietary Flat Core Speaker™ (FCS™) technology transducer architecture with a focus on next generation driver designs for automotive and multimedia applications.
“I’ve been in the industry a long time and have a deep understanding of what the audio industry values and the direction it’s going, and Resonado Labs is in a position to provide something that’s becoming more and more sought after every day – high-performance transducers with a slim profile,” said Danovi. “My philosophy has always been to not only continuously innovate and never settle, but to engineer everything with a passion for the process and with the utmost attention to quality and performance to give the end user the best possible experience. Resonado Labs lives and breathes this mindset. I truly believe the company is introducing an industry-shifting technology, and I’m excited to be in on the ground floor to contribute towards executing the Resonado Labs vision.”
A highly experienced transducer engineer with nearly four decades in the industry, Danovi has been responsible for numerous loudspeaker innovations. Resonado Labs is welcoming Danovi to the team just as the company prepares to introduce their first commercial products featuring the first generation of FCS technology transducers, starting with Airstream vehicles slated for launch this summer.
“The global shift towards spending more time at home further accelerated increased consumer desire for space-efficient audio systems, such as reduced height and depth in soundbars, which heightened demand for FCS technology transducers from brands and their respective OEMs. This resulted in company growth at a rate much greater than expected,” says Brian Youngil Cho, Co-Founder and CEO of Resonado Labs. “Benny is one of the best in the game when it comes to advanced transducer design, and we cannot wait to further our mission of introducing the next generation of transducer architecture that enables slim and sleek product design without having to compromise on acoustic performance.”
To learn more about Resonado Labs, visit www.resonado.com.