Interesting Speakers


#462

Err, yes :wink:


#463

…must resist…just buy a denon and chromecast…and repeat…


#464

Have a bit more to drink, and then pm me with your offer :smile:


#465

Tri-Art Audio open baffle speakers from Canada. Heard them at the Warsaw show. Sounded quite attractive.


#466

:roll_eyes:

The Wonderful World of Turntable Design AKA: Dave's Fugly World Of TT Wank.


#467

I haz the dumb.

What does that mean?


#468

I haz the dumb too. I was trying to include the link to the post on the TT thread and failed :disappointed:


#469

TFFT

I thought the drink was starting to take effect :wink:


#470

The bamboo TT? Actually it’s all made of bamboo :slight_smile: The turntable sounded very nice too.


#471

It haz.


#472

I like the two triangles, and the how many levels can we create for equipment.

Lots of feet foo going on there.


#473

Greenwall loudspeaker.


#474

No idea, nicked off Pinterest.


#475

I’m tentatively putting this forward as the first ever moving coil loudspeaker

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Ernst Werner von Siemens - 1877


#476

It seems Siemens did have a 19th century patent on using a moving coil for the purposes of making sound. But I can’t see whether he thought of driving a cone with it. I think the pic you have is the Rice and Kellogg speaker from 1921 which is often recognised as the first cone loudspeaker https://stuckinthestudio.wordpress.com/2016/08/26/history-of-the-loudspeaker/ (before that there were horns and a selection of other weird and wonderful schemes).

VB


#477

:joy::joy::joy::joy:


#478

Needs more gold to be for the Arab market. Probably footballer or something. What ever it is it looks horrible,


#479

So have your ordered a set.:wink:


#480

Nein.

yugjhg


#481

:grimacing: 1930s bakelite wardrobes…