I think the Genesis company you were introduced to in the mid 80's is a different company. There was a company called Genesis that made fairly low priced ($2 - $3K as I recall) floorstanding speakers. Their model 33 was well received, as I recall.
The other, newer Genesis was formed in the, uh, early 90's (?) by Arnie Nudell (founder of Infinity) and a couple of partners, in Colorado. The company's mission was to make the most bestest speakers of anyone on the planet (Arnie is not subject to excessive self depreciation or modesty), and their top of the line model was Sea Cliff's reference system for several years. It resembled the old Infinity Quantum Reference Standards - four big towers, mid/high ribbons on winged panels, servo-driven woofer cabinets 8 feet high, etc. Buko dollars.
Infinity filed bankruptcy (chapter 11?) a while back, assets were purchased by new investors, Arnie is now something like "chief designer", company is now back online.
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