Welcome! Need support, you got it. Or share your ideas and experiences.
In Reply to: RE: Ok posted by Jonesy on May 24, 2020 at 09:02:31
Posted by Wendell Diller:
"Hi, this is Wendell Diller from Magnepan. I would like to thank all of our customers for your continued support - whether you are new to the family or have been loyal customers for decades. We know many of you exist.
My wife Galina and I have long shared the passion of live, unamplified music and find an opportunity to extend that love to others in areas where larger symphonies are not well served. Consequently, we are personally funding an effort that we think can achieve that goal with a new sound reinforcement technology that helps smaller ensembles take on the more impressive sonic capability of larger organizations.
Some find the results very convincing. If you share our vision, we would greatly appreciate your joining our support in this exciting venture. We believe the results well worth the effort.
At the same time, business at Magnepan has never been greater. I would like to apologize in advance that I am unable to respond to your questions as my primary focus must remain that in serving our customer demand.
Thanks again for your business!"
Leave the insulting horse $hit behind:
"allows small orchestras to emulate a larger string section in a manner that is sonically indistinguishable from an actual large string section."
along with personal attacks on customers:
"Oh, fuck off, E-Stat"
At the expense of observing the obvious, such does not serve a good corporate message. Especially when Wendell's words and that of his lackey are intermingled without qualification.
Edits: 05/25/20Follow Ups:
I was the one who told you to fuck off, not Wendell.
Having read this post, it is not a sentiment I am inclined to revise.
I must have missed that post from Wendell. In fact I still can't find it. Regardless, thanks for pointing it out.
I can't keep up!
"I know just enough to get into trouble. But not enough to get out of it."
of what it should have been. ;)
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