The Japanese manufacture Audio Note by the infamous Kondo-San announced a new revolutionary amplifier. The name of the amplifier unfortunately could not be spelled or pronounced in English and therefore the US distributor Mr. Klein calls it “NDiP” or “Now Dady is Happy”.
The typically only one of its kind topology of Kondo-San borrowed by the Japanese master from the well-established schematics of alchemists of 17 century. However, as usesly the Kondo-San was able to achieve his signature full-range sound in the middle frequencies by utilizing the proprietary unique components and inhaling a new round of jealousy into his British grandson Peter Qvortrup.
The new Kondo NDiP amplifier does not use any capacitors: nether in signals path, nor in power supplies, nor anywhere else. However, according to the Kondo-San, his Sound might be radically shaped if he located one meter from a chassis a bank of special capacitors that accumulate those free-flying electrons that penetrate listening room from outside and do not alow them to lend on the grid of the input stage. Mr. Kondo patented this design under a trade name “Do not let them to Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest” and he considered that the quality of the “Cuckoo's Nest” capacitors is critical for Kondo-San signature sound.
For the NDiP amplifier Kondo-san recruited a special group of deep-sea monastic women-divers from Italy. During the very short few hours of summer equinox this brave group of givers descend under the bottom of the Japanese sea and collect for Kondo-San’s capacitor sperm of adolescent octopuses. “It is very critical for the sound of my amplifier”, - Mr. Kondo explained, -“ that the octopuses were virgins in order thier sperm have a necessary dielectric coefficient. When a diver approaches the octopuses and begins to collect the sperm the octopuses got very surprised and while they are being surprised thier body generate special chemical combination that is superbly critical for sound reproduction of the Japanese drums”… Moreover, the new amplifier features the output transformer with uranium-235 core and specially aged silver handle to lift it up. The amplifier use dumpling material made from the volcanic ash of Sakurajima volcano and the wooden chassis that was marinated for 29 year in a vintage Nihonshu.
The amplifier will be distributed by limiter quantity with price tag of $129.000 per monoblock. The amplifier will be available only as a monoblock and will not be sold as a stereo pair, as it is very difficult find two equally surprised octopuses and consequently it is too difficult to make two equally sounding amplifier.
The US Kondo distributor Steve Klein form “Silents of my Sound” when he heard about the new Kondo-san venture got very enthusiastic and scream to his wife: “Honey, here is the kind’s college coming…”
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