There is a relentless prejudges that some subjects could be cursed and therefore they bring bad fortune.
“What might be less fortunate in audio then just persistent horrible sound?” – rhetorically asked Dan D’Agostino, the CEO of Krell Industries. “It is really strange why our company never was able to get any more or less civilized sound out of a single peace of audio equipment we ever bult. Look at out amplifiers and loudspeakers, the digital or analog – whatever we even touched we always ended up with identically dead sound. This is very-very strange!” - Dan continued, -“ our dealers sell Krell like very successfully, the media very much welcome out products and the reviewers call each other to dual for the opportunities to review Krells … However, despite of all our amplifiers and speakers never had any sound other then just the sound of a small electromobile running over the glass-made Coca-Cola bottles.”
Mr. D’Agostino said that the recent meeting of the company Board made a decision to reverse the Krell’s Curse. The Krell engineers using their highly sensitive equipment where able to quantify the charge and polarity of that “Krell’s Curse”. Fortunately they also discovered that the famously know Voodoo Dolls have the identical curse change but with an opposite polarity. So, the Krell invention was to packed into boxes with the Krell products the Voodoo Dolls and let the KrelloVoodoo’s sandwich to sit there for 10 years in order the curses completely mutually eliminate each other. The first party of the D’Cursed amplifiers was placed for the 10 years incubation 3 month ago. The Krell’s marketing department calls the new product line as “Evolution After Evolution” Series and Mr. D’Agostino anticipate that when his new, free from Curse amplifies will hatch in 10 years, then it will revolution the high-end audio.
Some eyebrows were risen recently when the “Absolute Home Theater” Magazine published last week a review about the Krell’s “Evolution After Evolution” amplifiers. The incident was cleared when the reviewer informed us that he did have a change to audition the unhatched Krell becose the Krell’s marketing director kindly placed a telephone receiver into one of the incubating Krell boxes.
“Juts stay with us”, - Mr. D’Agostino said. “In 10 years, unless you lost your hearing and taste from the Krell’s former products we should be able to please you.”
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche