Krell Modulari Duo Reference

It was released in 2009, but Krell's Modulari Duo Reference loudspeaker ($65,100/pair) was new to me when I visited THE Show and ventured up to the 28th floor of the Flamingo. The two-box speaker features all-aluminum enclosures, and features triple port-loaded woofers and a ring-radiator tweeter. The Modularis were hooked up with Zen Satori cable to Krell's new Evolution 2250e amplifier, which offer 250Wpc into 8 ohms and 500Wpc into 4 ohms ($10,000). Also new to the Connecticut company's line at CES was the Phantom preamplifier ($17,500, or $20,000 with optional crossover module, completely adjustable for high-pass and low-pass slopes and frequencies) and the 525 CD player ($12,000 in basic form).
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zensatiaustralia's picture

The Modularis were hooked up with 3 metres of ZENSATI #1 speaker cables. (Zen Satori does not exist )
The Krell 525 Cd player was hooked up to the Krell Phantom preamps with the ZenSati #1 CAST cable which blitzes the Nordost design.
The Phantom Preamps were hooked up to the Krell 402e power amp (not the Evolution 2250e amp which does not exist)with 10 metres ZenSati #2 CAST cable. The 402e pumps out 400Wpc into 8 ohms,800 into 4 ohms and 1600 into 2 ohms.
The Krell 402e was then hooked up to the Modulari speakers with 3meter ZenSati #1speaker cable.
PLEASE GUYS CAN YOU AT LEAST GET ONE FACT CORRECT.THIS IS STEREOPHILE MAGAZINE AND NOT A COMIC MAGAZINE!!!!!!!!

ZenSati Australia.

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