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Dreams of sounds and glue and batteries – Jerusalem Post


Read the interview with Morel’s founder Meir Mordechai published in the Jerusalem Post Journal written and photographed by FRANZISKA KNUPPER.

Here are some wonderful highlights and quotes:

Titled: Dreams of sounds and glue and batteries

“Morel speakers are manufactured by hand. The result: High-end, gourmet sounds from a lotus flower.”

It is the human touch that makes all the difference, I tell you that,” Meir adds while walking through the rows of workers, batteries, membranes, unidentifiable pieces of cut iron, more batteries, wires sticking out here and there, the dream of every tech-savvy music geek and sound-loving hobbyist.”

Good is not good enough – I needed to excel,” Mordechai declares.”

““Making a loudspeaker is like making an instrument,” he stresses. “The sound has to be as natural as possible. It has to be like the singer is standing behind you, standing inside the room.””

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