Monday, November 23, 2015

Stephens Trusonic Corner Speaker

 Check out this really nice survivor Stephens corner speaker. It differs from the speaker in the ad by using 12 inch drivers than 15 but other than that they look similar. The add is model 626 and this one is model 622M. I received these pics from Steve I hope he doesn't mind if I post them. This is a rare and likely good sounding speaker. I would do a nice mono system perhaps a mono heathkit or bogen integrated amp and start collecting mono jazz records. Would be fun.

This is interesting I've seen this recessed box for the tweeter before in my big stephens box which I thought was a DIY effort but now I firmly believe it is factory. Very cool. Thanks Steve.
 Classic Stephens crossover. I love they way they built these. My friend the tube hoarder had quite a few of them.





7 comments:

  1. Thanks for providing all the crucial details! Really glad you keep this stuff alive by publishing all the information on your site. I am by no means a true audiophile but I truly look forward to getting some awareness about my Stephen's Tru-Sonic corner cabinet and ultimately listening to some good tunes with it.
    Steve

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  2. Also wondering if anyone here is able to steer me towards availability of acquiring the correct, functioning components other than eBay perhaps???

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    1. I have a pair of isophon german speakers and they look exactly the same? They put german speakers in Stephen' box?

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    2. Interesting.. Also Lansing had a similar cabinet as well.

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  3. beautiful speaker the Stephens Tru-sonics.Ive own 3 pairs ,1958 3-ways in walnut cabinet{w150/m8/5kt},cx-120's and FR-150's.All do daily service on my tube amps.In my opinion one of the most accurate vintage speakers out there!

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  4. No isophons were not put into Stephens cabinets. I am looking for a corner cabinet and have a very rare klangfilm 15 inch cinema field coil

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  5. No isophons were not put into Stephens cabinets. I am looking for a corner cabinet and have a very rare klangfilm 15 inch cinema field coil

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