Interesting Speakers


#402

In the review there’s a picture of a ‘chap’ smoking a pipe. Is whatever is in the pipe the reason for the foo review?


#403

DIY horn. Supravox bass, Fostex mid and HF.


#404

CRT TV :flushed:


#405

Old technology in picture of horn speakers shock.


#406

No clue.


#407

tenor


#408

I like the stop cock for attenuating the high frequencies.


#409

they haven’t grasped steampunk & are trying to add bling. extraordinary.


#410

Dial FTW.


#411


#412

Ye gads!


#413

Wilson speakers meet a machine gun firing rivets.


#414

Chap looks familiar. Is it someone we know, Simon?


#415

I don’t think so, I like the goggles though! On the other hand I thought these were a really nice looking speaker, think Jeff Jackson stuff…he’s incapable of making anything at all that isn’t totally gorgous.22549690_1841546589490574_7677712538598730521_n


#416

Those are so far removed from the previous image though! Lovely looking kit there.


#417

Yeah, nice to see things that really stand out design wise, I love the massive old racks of theatre amps but with industrial stuff being on trend at the moment I prefer the look of the amp in the above pic… nice hark back but neatly done.


#418

Interestingly, my Dad (cabinet maker) recently got asked to make some cabinets for someone. He was making a set of something 1960s based, buggered if I can remember what though.


#419

I really like them.


#420

These are slightly different but the CNC work on the mid horn is really super, looks like solid walnut.


#421

Hopefully a work in progress