Audio, video pioneer remembered after fatal heart attack while swimming

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A pioneer in the world of audio and video and Connecticut native is being remembered after he drowned when suffering a heart attack in a New York lake over the weekend.

Jeremy Kipnis' wife says he had a heart attack Saturday while swimming in Lake Carmel in New York.

The Redding man won international recognition for building popular home theater systems, valued at $6 million, known as the Kipnis Studio Standard

Kipnis also wrote articles and owned a recording label. He met his wife Carolina in the 1980s.

A memorial for Kipnis is scheduled for Labor Day weekend.

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