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Genesis Intros Piano Black G501

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For Immediate Release: Apr 16, 2004

Genesis Introduces Piano Black G501

Seattle, WA — Genesis Advanced Technologies, manufacturer of legendary high-end two-channel audiophile loudspeaker systems, is now shipping the classic Genesis 501 in a new piano black finish. This is the traditional deep, lustrous finish found on the finest grand pianos by Steinway and Bosendorfer. A progressive seven-stage buffing process is utilized to achieve a mirror-like finish.

“The piano black G501 looks stunning,” exclaimed Dave Firestone, VP Sales and Marketing. “It looks like a completely different speaker. It’s elegant and understated, modern and yet, timeless.”

The G501 piano black speaker retails for $12,500 a pair, and is available through authorized Genesis dealers and distributors worldwide. Piano black is available on the Genesis 928 Servo-Subwoofer as well. Complete specifications for the G501 can be found at www.genesisloudspeakers.com.

About Genesis Advanced Technologies
Genesis Advanced Technologies is a leading developer of high-end audiophile loudspeaker systems. Founded by the developer of the legendary Infinity IRS speaker system, Mr. Arnie Nudell, Genesis is now a worldwide manufacturing and sales organization with a commitment to absolute fidelity, in product, service and performance.
absolute fidelity and absolute surround are trademarks of Genesis Advanced Technologies Pte Ltd in the United States and other countries.
For more information please contact:
Genesis Advanced Technologies • 4407 6th Ave NW • Seattle, WA 98107 •
voice: 206-789-3400 • fax: 206-789-7577 • info@genesisloudspeakers.com
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