Showing posts with label Stan White. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Stan White. Show all posts

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Stan White Console Speaker

There aren't many of these still arouind but I love their MCM design...

Thursday, December 27, 2018

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

1958 Stan White Opus 1

 A rare glimpse at the Stan White Opus I.
I dig the mid century modern design.

 Can't say I've seen very much documentation or letters from Stan White.

Thank you Jon for sending me this documentation.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Stan White - Through The Miracle Of Multi-Flare

This is a very rare piece of audio history. Stan White made some interesting speakers. Some of his claims were over the top but so was his 4D Millennium speakers.

Horns, horns, and more horns.... 
6 way system. 
I need to find a pair of these in good condition to hear...
 Did you read that.... 700lbs! 

Thank you Jon for sending me the link to this one.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Stan White Ultra High Fidelity Cabinet Speakers

I've never seen a pair of Stan White speakers. Someone did email me about some they had in their basement but once I mentioned they were rare I never heard back. Oh well. I'm curious about the curled not folded exponential horn.

Here is an endorsement from the Heston family.

This post originated at retro vintage modern hi-fi

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Stan White Hi-Fi

Who is Stan White? There is little information about him or his speakers on the internet. I am specifically looking for plans for his monstrous 4-D speakers. I vaguely remember a story about Stan White and Paul Klipsch being told at a meeting in Hope, AR at the Klipsch factory. I wish I had paid more attention to the details.

Even if she is a little over 5ft tall you can tell this loudspeaker really towers. Just from looking at his ad campaign and PR Stan White was a man of style. His model Janice is just beautiful.

I tried a patent search but it revealed nothing. It could have been listed under a different name. Wowee Janice!

Nothing says style like Duke Ellington.

Vintage ad featuring Fairchild and Stan White speakers.

If I find additional information about Stan White I will post again.