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Old 28th August 2013, 04:24 PM   #1
mlise is offline mlise  United States
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Default Any one hiring an electrical engineer with consumer audio design experience?

Hi folks,
I've been a project manager and design engineer making consumer audio products, and of course doing DIY for years. It'd be cool to get back into audio design, so I thought I'd throw something out.

I've done discrete amplifier design for high end and high power with safety and EMI. I also have experience with switch mode power supplies and class D amplifiers. Here's a list of things I either designed or worked on that made it to market:

Harman Kardon
Signature 1.5
Signature 1.3
Signature 2.1

Please send a note if you'd like a resume.

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Old 30th August 2013, 06:09 PM   #2
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Hi Marshall. Hope you find work.
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Old 30th August 2013, 07:14 PM   #3
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Set up a profile on linkedin, and based on my experience you will soon make the connections required to find you the position you seek. Demand is not being met for people with strong analog engineering backgrounds which is also my area of expertise. I am constantly being contacted via linkedin regarding my availability for new gigs. I'm not looking and have what I regard as my dream job.

(I've done a lot of audio engineering, not currently what I am doing, but many of the jobs pointed my way have been audio related.)
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Also check out the eevblog forums. Seen some guys get some hits on there.
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