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Parasound Adds Darren Myers to its Audio Design Team

Myers will enhance existing products and provide additional models.

Parasound - Darren Myers
Darren Myers

Early in his tenure as Parasound’s new owner, David Sheriff made a commitment to the company’s legendary designer, John Curl, to bring more of his new ideas to the fore. To accelerate this process, Sheriff has hired Darren Myers as vice president of research and development.

Myers was most recently senior analog design engineer for PS Audio, and earlier a designer for Classe Audio and B&W Loudspeakers. He is a passionate music enthusiast who describes being obsessed over just about every aspect of its reproduction since hearing his first Wilson Audio system when he was 16 years old. Myers has an electrical engineering degree from the University of North Carolina with a specialization in microelectronics. His designs have earned awards such as Stereophile’s Analog Product of the Year for 2020 and The Absolute Sound’s Amplifier of the Year for 2021.

Myers will work closely with Curl and the company’s in-house design team lead by Bob MacDonald, director of product development, to broaden the scope of Parasound’s high-end family of products and also to bring Parasound quality and performance to new products in the custom installation and integration realm.

Myers will enhance existing products and provide additional models to expand Parasound’s demographic footprint with audio enthusiasts and custom installations, as well as expand into new related markets.

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