Yoav Geva Leaves YG Acoustics

Posted on 26th July, 2020

Yoav Geva Leaves YG Acoustics

YG Acoustics has announced the departure of founder and Chief Engineer, Yoav Geva.

Yoav Geva (pictured above) has left YG Acoustics, the loudspeaker manufacturer he founded in 2002.

In a Facebook post on Saturday evening (BST) YG Acoustics, based just outside of Denver, Colorado, announced the departure of its founder, Yoav Geva.

Geva launched YG Acoustics when he was just 24 years old and, over the years, developed all seven of YG Acoustics' key technologies: Cabinet (2004), FocusedElimination (2007), ToroAir (2010), BilletCore (2011), ViseCoil (2015) and BilletDome (2016). Additionally, he created all of YG Acoustics' speaker models to date: the legacy Anat and Kipod and the current Sonja XV, Sonja 2, Hailey 2 and Carmel 2 (stayed tuned for a review soon).

Yoav Geva Leaves YG Acoustics

YG Acoustics CEO, David Komatz

Yoav Geva sold YG Acoustics in 2017 but stayed on has Chief Engineer with David Komatz as CEO. The company has continued to grow and now enjoys an extensive reach, distributing to nearly 50 countries.

The Facebook statement continues:

In addition to its eight unique key technologies, YG has a roadmap of innovations which will appear in future product releases.

Of the things planned, we are told that a line-up of more accessible speakers is on the horizon as well as advances in YG's statement model Sonja XV.

We wish both Yoav and YG Acoustics all the best for the future.

For more information, visit YG Acoustics.


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