“Andrew Marshall’s original Imager design was quite straightforward: a circular neoprene ring that surrounded the tweeter and absorbed energy that would otherwise have been radiated along the speaker baffle and re-radiated milliseconds later at the listener when it reached the edge. The design was sound, and 5000 pairs were sold with not one consumer complaint or return, and a plethora of praise for the improvements wrought with normal direct radiating box speaker designs…”
“If Africa is hot, Antartica is cool, even cold. When I saw this film on the big screen, it seemed as if they had the air conditioning turned up a little too high…Brrrrr. Both historical and natural, it looks both across and under the Antarctic ice, revealing a richness of life’s diversity even below freezing. Though the film gets a little cute when dealing with the penguins, it also offers some great shots of the stark landscape from helicopters and planes. There is great visual beauty in this film that makes one less concerned about digital artifacts, but then, the panorama is less busy than the African plain or the Brazilian rain forest.