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Father of concerthall acoustics has died, aged 102

Leo L. Beranek, the American scientist who turned acoustics into an international business, has died in a retirement home in Westwood, Mass., at the great age of 102. Aside from his pioneering work at Bolt, Beranek, Newman, Beranek founded a television station in Boston and made millions when he sold it. He also chaired the […]
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