As Meyer Sound states, in his new role, Chutczer will take charge of one of the most significant refocusing efforts in the 40-year history of the company.
“Digital signal processing and networking technologies have become inseparable from today’s leading-edge loudspeaker and acoustic systems,” says Executive Vice President Helen Meyer. “The appointment of Marc Chutczer and the concurrent formation of a new cross-functional management team will enable Meyer Sound to maintain its lead in developing and bringing to market the world’s most advanced, fully integrated solutions.”
Chutczer comes to Meyer Sound with a wealth of experience in high-level technology sector management, including project management at Hewlett-Packard, cofounder and COO at Design SHIFT and CEO at Kaertech.
In his new position, Chutczer will foster greater synergy among other team members focused on digital technologies, including Senior Scientist & Innovation Steward Roger Schwenke; Director, Engineering Digital Products Brent Hoffman; Director, Digital Product Experience Tim Boot; Director, Spatial Sound Steve Ellison; Director, Emerging Technologies Perrin Meyer; Digital Products Solutions Architect Richard Bugg; Senior Digital Products Specialist Rob Mele; and Technology and Solutions Specialist Rimas Avizienis.
“Meyer Sound has contributed a wealth of expertise to the audio industry over its 40 years. The digital team is a treasure trove of new ideas, and we’ll be working hard to bring them to market while maintaining a commitment to the company’s tradition of innovation and uncompromised quality,” Chutczer summarizes.
With field offices and authorized distributors worldwide, Meyer Sound designs and manufactures all products at its Berkeley, California headquarters, allowing for rigorous quality control and testing, and starting in 2018, all products are covered by a five-year warranty. Scientific acoustical research and product development have earned Meyer Sound more than 100 US and international patents and numerous awards since its founding in 1979 by John and Helen Meyer.