Tony Allgood

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Tony Allgood obtained his honours degree in Electronic Engineering at Queen Mary College (University of London). Then worked as a design engineer for Marconi and then Soundcraft for five years. Involved in switch mode power supplies, linear control systems, audio design and moving fader automation for mixing desks. Then after training as a teacher of Science and Technology. He taught physics for five years before forming Oakley Sound Systems.[1]

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