A true visionary. Strangely I watched a video of him on a panel along with other speaker designers like Richard Vandersteen, Andrew Jones, etc., at last year's RMAF.


I met Arnie through Harry Pearson.  But before my meeting him i had the GREAT experience of hearing one of his greatest speakers....the Infinity Servo Static 1-A.  It was at the home of the late (and also great) Jim Foley.  I was awe struck and wanted to own one of his speakers.  My first was the Infinity 4.5 (a great one).  The i heard Harry,s IRS and wanted the baby version......which i purchased; The RS-1B.   Harry and Arnie can by my house for dinner and a listening session.  For over 6 hours i had the time of my life....Harry, all of his crazyness and Arnie a true gentleman.   Both are gone......many here don't remember either....sad.   Arnie will be deeply missed but he is in heaven........looking down at all of us (with Harry).
RIP Arnie, one of my favorite speaker designers! My first pair were Qa's
My first serious pair were 2b's. Thanks Arnie for the fond memories and great times with your speakers!
Arnie was the guy I pointed out when folks give new loudspeaker start ups grief with the old built in a garage line. He will be missed.