Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Straight Horns

I'd love to hear these horns. It looks like a nice size mid bass horn and a goto horn and a speaker lab horn and some sort of bat slaying tweeter. I'm just guessing not sure what they are exezctly. If I only had a really big space it would be nice to build some really big horns....

Thanks for the additional info Aceaudio.
The Tweeter is a Pioneer TAD ET-703Beryllium Diaphragms and the finned driver next to it is a Pioneer TAD 4002 Beryllium Diaphragms. I have these drivers in my Pioneer TAD 2401 studio monitors.




This post originated at retro vintage modern hi-fi http://itishifi.blogspot.com

7 comments:

  1. I look at your site daily. COOL!
    The Tweeter is a Pioneer TAD ET-703Beryllium Diaphragms and the finned driver next to it is a Pioneer TAD 4002 Beryllium Diaphragms. I have these drivers in my Pioneer TAD 2401 studio monitors. Very High Efficiency.
    Keep up the good work! I like the Friday gals too!

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  2. Is that your horn?

    Thanks for the info and compliments.

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  3. No, not my horn. Too big for my listening room. Check out google or you tube for Pioneer TAD 2401,2402 or TSM-1,TSM-2. ET-703 Tweeter. 4002 Driver.
    I found your site last year looking at the Blond LEE Catenoid. My uncle was one of the 3 partners of LEE in Washington DC. National marketed them also in the mid 50's.
    Keep up the good work. Its fun to see how excited you are about the old horn systems.

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  4. I'll check em out. I'm familiar with some of them.

    Yeah the Catenoids are interesting. Are there Carenoids in the family? I like any interesting cabinet designs and large horn systems.

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