I may have paid too much for these 45's but I really wanted to hear them today. High Water Records was funded by the NEA and was a division of Memphis State University. The mastering was done at Ardent studios.
There must be a good story here. Japanese cartridge designer Hiroaki Hibino partnering with PWK on cartridge design. According to Jim Hunter Klipsch historian there was also a Klipsch turntable but no known examples exist.
Silver coated copper wire, cobalt magnets and your choice of multiple cantilevers. If you see one for sale just buy it and send it to me 8-)
Sculptor Matt Hope spent six months designing and 14 months building Hornmassive and it is impressive. I do not tire of looking at it. This is a giant mobile mono system. WOW! I'd love to hear this one.
“I like big horns and I cannot lie, those little horns make me cry” Tom Danley "Simple. A horn is just a reasonably rigid boundary for an air column. Now all you have to do is figure what shape to make it." PWK