Showing posts with label EV. Show all posts
Showing posts with label EV. Show all posts

Monday, July 14, 2014

High Fidelity - Electro-Voice 12TRXB

I have one of these that I use for testing amps etc instead of blowing my good stuff. I dig the ad.


Monday, March 17, 2014

Electro-Voice - Build The Georgian - Do It Yourself!

This original document was sent to me by Klipsch forum member Thebes. It is really cool to handle the real documents. This is a really big post but I'd rather not split it out
























Monday, February 24, 2014

Electro-Voice Do it yourself enclosure kits 1955

I received a package in the mail months ago but hadn't had an opportunity to do anything with them. This is from the Thebes collection. There will be three installments and this is part 1.



Thursday, February 7, 2013

Electro-Voice Georgian

This is the Electro-Voice licensed Klipschorn design. It looks great. I wanted to find a higher resolution version of this advert but I could not find one so here is what I could find.
 



Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Electro-Voice There is a difference in High-Fidelity Equipment

The HiFi shop my 1950's console was purchased from is listed in this ad Moses Melody Shop...

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Electro-Voice Inc Birth Of A Speaker

Another set of scans from Popular Electronics 1955.


Thursday, January 21, 2010

Electro Voice And Licensing From Klipsch

There was a very close and financially beneficial relationship between Electro-Voice and Klipsch for many years but especially in the early days. Almost all of the Electro Voice folded horn designs were licensed from Paul Klipsch. That was what PWK did best in my opinion. One of the best speaker cabinet designers. This was also no secret it is mentioned openly and proudly in early hi-fi literature.

Electro voice also took PWK concepts and ran with them. Look at the Patrician IV which was a gigantic Klipschorn an 18 inch woofer. There are traces of PWK all over the Electo Voice literature. This sort of business relationship is very interesting to me. Next time I get to talk to Mr.Hunter at Klipsch I'll have to ask about this.


EV Aristocrat Designed by Klipsch

EV Baronet Designed by Klipsch




It would be nice if Klipsch would write a Paul W Klipsch biography from more of a technical standpoint like the McIntosh and Quad books. A history of every speaker and prototype would be very nice.