Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Haigner Horns

Haigner Horns are modern european two way systems. They are beautiful. Check out the pics and specs.

The Alphahorn

The bass system is based on two 18 inch drivers with very lightweight cones, coupled by a molded-concrete core part. The high/midrange section uses a coaxial compression driver and a constant directivity (NON tractrix) horn from 350 Hz up to 21 kHz. We shall place a link to more information about the design and development of this outstanding loudspeaker as soon as possible.

* Sensitivity 103 dB / 2.83 V / m
* Impedance 8ohms, constant over whole frequency range from 30–21000Hz
* Weight approx. 350 lbs

A scaled down version of the Alphahorn the Betahorn.


The bass system uses a 15 inch driver in an innovative reflex cabinet, combined with frontal horn loading. The high/midrange section uses a 1.4 in. compression driver and a constant directivity (NON tractrix) horn from 650 Hz up to 20 kHz

* Sensitivity 96 dB / 2.83 V / m
* Impedance 8 ohms
* Frequency range 34 – 20000 Hz
* Weight approx. 176 lbs

Check out other Haigner horns at Haigner.com

1 comment:

  1. Beta would be my druthers.....very cool design! Looks like the horn I would build if I didn't have a job.

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