Showing posts with label Bozak. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bozak. Show all posts

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Bozak Speaker Array Advert

A nice ad for the B-4000.

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Bozak Speaker Ident?

Thre was much variation between Bozak speakers. Someone sent this to me asking for an ident... It could be symphony series but not sure. Does anyone out there recignize it?







Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Klipsch Heritage Museum Association Last Weekend

Last weekend I had the pleasure of working with several of the other trustees of the Klipsch Heritage Museum Association. There was much work to do to get the sale items ready for ebay. Several items in the museum that are being sold to make room for the PWK library and archives but some of these large historical items were very heavy. The move of these items was headed by Jim Hunter. I must say I was holding my breath while flying the 16A, 450lb 27" Cinaudagraph woofer, and extremely heavy K400 horn mold.
 

 









Monday, June 10, 2013

THE BIG BIG LOUDSPEAKERS Article 1961

Finally an article written for me but back in 1961. 
How do they sound? What do they cost? And do you really need them? YES!

Monday, March 18, 2013

1958 Bozak

 I really dig the late 50's audio propaganda. This one from Bozak is superb.  I ran across a large pair of Bozaks a few years ago but when I went back for them they were gone. The time to buy something is the first time you see it... Don't wait.








Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Bozak for the discriminating 1970's

These speakers need to be placed on some fly shag carpeting. I'm thinking orange or black. Definitely need some quality tunes for a swingers pad. I wasn't aware Bozak was still going into the 70's but these look true to their history. 
The concert grand is a nice sized speaker almost fridge sized.














Tuesday, December 18, 2012

World's Fair 27 inch Full Ranger Built By Cinaudiograph For Bozak

Now this is a nice sized full range speaker... That is full range for 1939. I dig the size but I would have to reinforce the floors to hold it up. I like their style.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Bozak Best For Built-In Systems

Here is another scan from Audio Magazine 1960. Great Bozak ad from 1960. I wonder how long Bozak was in business.



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

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Bozak Kettle Drum Speaker

Not sure what to think of this critter.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Design of a 27-inch LOUDSPEAKER R.T. Bozak

I've posted about this monster field coil that is in the Klipsch museum before but I thought I would share this document that Steve Schell posted at Audio Heritage.




A few pics. Not sure how many survive to date.


Check out my foot for a little perspective.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Rudy Bozak Loudspeakers 1963-1979










The speaker that most interest me is the famous Big Bertha or Thumper. This was built for the auto industry to test for noise and rattles in the car. Allegedly this is the first case of the brown tone. You can read about that in the link below.


For some insight into Bozak you can read about the company here. http://www.bobsamerica.com/bozak.html

Here is some insight from Roger Russell himself. http://www.roger-russell.com/columns/columns.htm#bozak