You told me this was coming but I didnt think it would be this quick. Sorry for the loss of your close friend Khun David.
So sorry for your loss and for the loss of the Lamm family. RIP Vladimir. You were a Giant.
In one of the "email conversations" I had the pleasure of having with Mr. Vladimir Lamm he said to me: "There is a piece of my soul in every piece of equipment that is produced, and this - in addition to the solid scientific basis - is a "magical" ingredient. I am grateful that my destiny is to bring joy to people's lives through music. "
Well, I firmly believe that this is the legacy that Vladimir Lamm leaves:
nothing in his electronics has ever been modified in a maniacal way both in terms of design and components, as the performances were and are only the result of your superior creative and intuitive abilities and I would even dare to say moral.
Precisely for this reason I want to thank him for his work, capable of materializing itself in real monuments to the art of reproduced music.
I have all of his manuals to my Signature series personally signed by Vlad.This goes back 20 years ago. I used to visit Elina and Vlad often. I was always bugging Vlad with questions about SET's and the ML2s. He would look at me or if on the phone, just say "RTFM".....He taught me to always RTFM before asking stupid questions, among many other things abut tubes, SETs and sound in general. He was SO special.
He will be missed. RIP.
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