Wow-I didn't know there was a person behind the Bose name. I had a friend
who bought the 901's in 1970, and I was impressed with the sound. Since
then I bought a set of 401's, a wave radio, a docking station and noise
cancelling headphones. The headphones work really well on a plane, and
they are perfect for listening to music while you're mowing the lawn. Not
everybody agrees that they like the sound, but it fills the niche behind my
On Sat, Jul 13, 2013 at 6:44 PM, Aaron Z Snyder <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> He was my first Electrical Engineering professor at MIT during the school
> year 1963-64. He was an OUTSTANDING lecturer, and, IMO, the best one I had
> in my 4 years there. He was always genuinely humble. At the end of his
> final lecture, we all applauded him. He became embarrassed and ran out of
> the lecture hall.
> His ventures into audio struck me at times as being misguided, although I
> certainly don't begrudge him his success in that field! I always bring
> along my Bose noise-canceling headphone whenever I fly. According to the
> obit in the LA Times, he maintained his humility right to the end of his
> life. My two semesters with him at MIT had a profound influence on my ways
> of thinking. I'm forever grateful to him for that!
> Aaron Z. Snyder
> On Jul 13, 2013, at 17:17, Karl Miller <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Just curious if anyone knew him and/or had an opinion of his work.
Frank B Strauss, DMD