Showing posts with label Cinaudagraph. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cinaudagraph. Show all posts

Monday, June 5, 2017

Cinaudagraph Dance Music For 20 Tons Of Water

Cinaudagraph was found in the 30's oddly enough by the same family that found the Boy Scouts. The company was wound down in 1939 but reopened some time later with sales in the 40's. Cinaudagraph did it in style go big or go home with single range speakers 24" and 27". They reportedly had a range of 30hz to 16khz -+5db. They didn't believe in crossovers.

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.
 

 









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.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Cinaudagraph Speakers Where Precision Counts

A very early Cinaudagrpah speaker ad.



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