In 2002, Gene Juall, founder of MATTRIXX-N and Lloyd Kinkade began research on planar/ribbon driver technology for application in professional audio applications.
In January 2006, a patent was applied for and MATTRIXX-N
was incorporated in the State of Nevada; also, the prototype was evaluated and tested by Gene
, Barry, Lloyd, Tom and a number of well-experienced music and industry professionals.
...Gene has professional experience in excess of 35 years in electronic design, manufacturing, sales and marketing for audio products.He has worked for a number of well-known companies such as Panasonic, RCA and Bogen.He holds BS and MS degrees in Physics.Gene
has loved music from his
early childhood and designed and constructed audio equipment starting in his
high school days.His
other interests have included family activities, running, surfing, tennis, physical fitness and is a beginning acoustic guitar player.