Monthly Newsletter, Issue No.160, July 2012

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Product News

The Micro Metis Speaker

Micro Metis

A brand new speaker is now available for order: the Micro Metis.

It is the cutest and most luxurious speaker of our now very large collection but it is also very special for the technologies used in its manufacture.

For the first time ever, aircraft building technologies have been used to manufacture a speaker. By using the specific high tech glues employed for airplanes construction, Goldmund has found a way of suppressing the disgraceful screws that used to ensure a solid mechanical assembly. Of course the challenge was to find a material that was strong enough to hold heavy metal parts together. Well, we guessed that what was used by Boeing was strong enough!

Extremely small, its performance will amaze you as it has nothing to envy to bigger models. Join it to Metis amplifiers, preamplifier or processors and you will have an incredible system that can be used in many different ways, from an office stereo system to a small and discrete multichannel system.

The Micro Metis can also be used as easy to place satellite speakers to complete a Metis Home theater system. A Leonardo correction file is available for this model as well.

New Remote Control for Goldmund Players

Goldmund Remote

All the Eidos players will now be delivered with the new Goldmund remote control.

There will be no price increase for these products. The new remote can be purchased for the Metis 30U as an option.

Please contact your nearest retailers for additional information.

Inside Goldmund

Goldmund People

Raffaele Marciano

Position: In charge of Mechanical Assembly and Aesthetic Control

Nationality: Italian

Age: 34

Raffaele has been working with us for more than 12 years which makes him the employee with the longest experience at Goldmund. A specialist in mechanical assembly and electronic wiring, Raffaele used to work for a famous Italian car manufacturer before joining the Goldmund team.

The majority of his work concerns the mechanical assembly of our products (amplifiers, processors, preamplifiers, converters and speakers), from the reception of parts to the visual tests (control of the perfection of the aesthetic of each unit) and packaging.

Amongst the many products Raffaele works on, the Telos 1000 receives his favor for its performance and heavy but elegant look.

In the coming years, Raffaele’s objective is to participate to the creation of the mechanical design of each of our product prototypes.

Raffaele’s dream system: a Full Epilogue System powered by Telos 1000’s, and a Mimesis 22S.