I guess it is clear to most people we were out for Munich High End Show. After that a short visit to Sonus faber in Vicenza. What a beautiful place to be. Good area to spend vacation time! Now we are for a few days in France (till the weekend). It’s a busy week … May 6: Dominique turned .. years old. May 9, my mother turned 88 years old. May 11, I turn .. years old. We cannot complain about the “presents” we got: PrimaLuna ProLogue Premium Integrated Amplifier on the cover of Hi-Fi Choice, an Award for the same in ToneAudio (and classified together with Marantz and McIntosh!! — we become a new cult too???), on the cover of Stereophile! And of course excellent reviews in these magazines. Mystère ia21 was on the cover of a Greek audio magazine and a review which was amazing too. Lot of PRO’s in the conclusion and the only CON they could mention was there was no con …. Thailand reviewed the PrimaLuna ProLogue Premium Preamplifier and Power Amplifiers. It seems like it does not stop and of course we hope it goes on like it has been going the last (and first) 120 years of PrimaLuna … 2013 … PrimaLuna 10 years!!!
I hope you excuse us for being a bit slower than normal on producing blogtext.
By the way … on our Facebook pages all kind of pictures from Münich, Vicenza … www.facebook.com/durobaudio and www.facebook.com/primaluna.audio. We only forgot to make pictures during the dinner with Sonus faber and our Japanese Sonus faber collegue importer Noah and dealers Audio Nodaya. Food and atmosphere was more than excellent. We spoke English, Chinese and …. Japanese. “Atara shii kadode” and not to forget the explanation of the name KISEKI …. :-). We had a great time, thanks to all and the cook of the restaurant …
Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday PrimaLuna President,
Happy birthday to you.
Same to Dominique and your Mum
I will drink to you, but not as much as Marilyn did to John 😉
Thanks René! Beautiful message to find while I had a short rest on the sofa after the oysters and the white wine in the halles of Sète. Ilse de Lange was joining me and she was “loud and clear”. Now she is singing, just for me, “I will always love you”… My own version of Marilyn :-).