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Oklahoma City, OK USA
Total Funding:N/A
Lead Investor(s):N/A

Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Ford Audio-Video Systems's estimated annual revenue is currently $179.1M per year.(?)
  • Ford Audio-Video Systems's estimated revenue per employee is $325,000

Employee Data

  • Ford Audio-Video Systems has 551 Employees.(?)
  • Ford Audio-Video Systems currently has 1 job openings.

In February of 1973 the company was founded in Oklahoma City as "Ford Audio & Acoustics, Inc." by Jim and Claire Ford. Initially the company designed and built recording studios and rented sound systems. Based upon Jim Ford's experience as a musician and recording engineer coupled with his degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma the company designed and built recording studios from the ground up including acoustics, noise control, lighting, and audio electronics. The studio business continued throughout the 70's and included major installations in Southern California and Hollywood. Brian Roth was the company's first engineer. The company designed and manufactured professional audio equipment. The first product was an electronic crossover followed by a 70 volt power amplifier and a powered studio cue system for musicians. The manufacturing portion of the business expanded to include large 32 input recording consoles. During this period Jim and Brian taught classes for Vinny Testa's Recording Institute of America (RIA) and wrote monthly articles for Modern Recording magazine. John Murphy followed Brian and continued designing and manufacturing studio equipment.