Interesting Speakers


#221

Spot on for the Cheshire market, I reckon.


#222

#223

Predictable from mono horn.


#224

Is that your bedroom set up?


#225

Mine’s merely ugly, yours is hideous.


#226

Christ on a bike.

You can’t unforget that.


#227

Love my onyx ones


#228

:thinking:


#229

:face_vomiting: There is an excess of fugly in that picture. White horns look like avant-garde (:unamused:) plumbing.


#230

With added “Flange” :roll_eyes:


#231

I wonder what the white monolith in the middle is.


#232

No idea but it adds to whiteness :+1:


#233

That is not the first word that occurred to me, but it is apt. That thing reminds me of a ship’s ventilator.


#234

Subwoofer judging by the cables from two channels going into it.


#235

That was my guess, horns like that will probably need one


#236

I can’t work out what that’s meant to do - it’s no horn. I’m baffled…


#237

To stop wave pressure interference from the main horn? Or just separate the stupid from £2K.


#238

I’m pretty sure they are Pnoe horn speakers. Made in Greece and retail for about €20k.

They are built very accurately to the tractrix curve and have a bottom cut off of 32 cycles so still need a bass speaker.

Unfortunately both my grannies are gone or I’d willingly sell one or both.


#239

I have no problem with the main horn, just the clear flange bit


#240

A waveguide?