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My associations after exposing myself to the different subjects of audio industry.
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Atma-Sphere Lying in a bathroom with the bathtub filled with motor oil.
Spectral Begging for any liquid after a trip though the desert and receiving the glass filled with sand instead of water.
Audio Research  Wandering though the woods, losing the way and trying to recognize a familiar road but being unable due to heavy fog….
McIntosh  Chewing cotton.
Classe,  McCormack  Making love for money with a 700 pound women and after the mission is accomplished realizing that you are going to do it for the rest of your life.
Balanced Audio Smelling a wet dog
Dunlavy  To adopt an elephant and to be happy that your pet creates a larger bowel movement than your neighbor’s dog.
Theta  Trying to taste wine in a dirty public restroom.
Mark Levinson  Keeping a bare 120V wire between the teeth.
MBL  Watching the play of the German soccer team.
Bang & Olufsen  Having a candle-lit dinner in McDonalds.
Aural  Symphonics  Working in the office during the Fire Alarm Drill.
Burmester  Navigating a sailboat with triple the amount of ballast.
Aerial Acoustics  Running a marathon holding a mouth full of water during the whole distance.
Revel  Spending a weekend attaching the Mercedes emblem to a Volkswagen Beatle.
Meridian  Licking a cold and wet glass.
Cary Audio  An attempt to play tennis with a racket without strings.
Pass Lab Leaving for a bike trip with a broken bicycle, wet socks, miserable companions and having no idea where to go.
Bryston  Attempting to fly an aircraft with perfectly functional engines but without a propeller.
Kimber  Eating sushi with ketchup.
Martin-Logan  Musical prescription after third heart attack.
Stereophile Magazine  Being raped, receiving an invoice for “the service” and then sending the check out.
Krell  Buying $500 bottle wine, cracking the bottle's neck while opening it, and drinking the wine knowing that there is some glass inside…
Red Rose Music  Eating the marinated pickles with honey.
MIT Cables  Being incarcerated in a sensory deprivation chamber.
JM Labs  To play tennis on an indoor court that's surrounded by a huge, fragile glass window.
5.1 Sound  Writing a document for 6 hours, having the computer crash, then realizing that the autosave feature was turned off.
Sunfire  Waiting for the results of a Pregnancy Test during the whole listening session.
Sugden  Equipment that sounds remarkably similar to the phonetic pronunciation of the company’s name.
Copland  An attempt to hammer a nail into the wall witha hammer that has no handle.
B&W  Having a sheet of thin cigarette paper between yourself and the speakers during listening.
PAD  Meeting somebody from your home town during vacation in a land far away.
Tara Lab  Eating frozen Gefiltah Fish.
Linn  Wearing somebody else's suit.
Cello  Eating soup cooked by this recipe: 1 Gallon of Distilled Water, 0.5 pound of aluminum shaving, 10 ounces of rusty iron nails, 6 ounces of white plastic, 10 ounces of copper, Boil for 2 hours and serve chilled close to frozen.
Naim Listening to music "around the corner"
Lamm Industrires Buying a TV advertised World’s Best kitchen knife for $29.99 and then discover that it has no sharp edges, can’t cut vegetables and fruits. The knife comes without manual, which is available for extra $98.000.43 plus $400 postage and $0.04 handling and after reading the manual your knife begin to drive screws into wall but still can’t slice bread
Rega  An attempt to deliver a speech with sealed lips.
Chord  Listening to a model's wisdom.
Audio  dealers  Eating a Boston Cream Donut while suffering from diabetes.
Unison Research  Wearing pants with huge holes in the pockets.
Plinus    Having an upset stomach during honeymoon night.
Beauhorn  To confuse partner’s sex.
Convergent Audio To listen to an orchestra sitting upside-down.
Conrad Johnson Undercooked vacuum "Oops" dipped into marketing Vaseline.
Audio Note To learn that the toilet booth that you're in has no toilet paper but a manual how to use it.
Passive preamp  An attempt to make dying horse pull 6000 tons railway train.
Tenor Amplifiers Saying wrong things in unfamiliar language with the very best intentions
Nordost Made form a pure silver at high frequency, made from pure cooper at mid frequency and made from pure wood at low frequency.
Shunyata Hydra A step forward and two steps back

 

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