Ken Kantor is the president of ZT Amplifiers and the inventor of the compact amp technology used in such products as The Lunchbox and The Club. His long career in music began when he was about ten years old and built his own tube amplifier. Ken wrote, played and recorded his own music and along the way began building audio products for a few companies. As he developed skills as an engineer and manufacturing of musical products, Ken created the loud speaker company in Northern California NHT. After he retired Ken decided he wanted to create another company, building amps. And ZT Amps was born.
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