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»A Heavyweight in Sound Production.«
When Product Manager Maximilian Voigt needs to bring his product to a meeting, it is almost impossible to transport. The AMBEO Soundbar is his baby and it really is in a class of its own. It is far too big for a Euro pallet and, weighing in at 18.5 kg, is not exactly designed to be portable. But it needs to be so substantial.
It’s the year 2000. The world has survived the millennium panic (spoiler: the world didn’t come to an end), Britney Spears is singing “Oops, I did it again” and Eminem is “The Real Slim Shady.” Dawn has finished college, just got married and is looking for a job in Connecticut, where—for the time being at least—she wants to set up home with her husband. According to the job agency, there is a receptionist position available at Sennheiser in Old Lyme.
»The Power of Being Empowered.«
After completing her apprenticeship at Sennheiser, Theresa Vondran was immediately thrown in at the deep end. Several times. “One day I was sitting my final oral exam and the next I was off to America, where I presented the launch event of the new evolution wireless D1. Things couldn’t have got off to a more exciting start,” she laughs.