Showing posts with label Stephens. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Stephens. Show all posts

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Stephens Tru-Sonic Ad

Stephens might be my favorite vintage manufacturers. Their work was extremely high end and every piece I've coe across has been superb.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

The Stephens OTL Amplifier

I've never been a huge OTL fan but this is interesting. A Stephens design 2a3 OTL.




Monday, November 14, 2016

Loudspeaker Enclosures 1949

I can't get enough of these early loudspeaker design articles. Here is a gem from 1949.





Monday, July 4, 2016

Stephens Tru-Sonic Coaxial

 A wouldn't mind comparing these to some Altec 604s.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Stephens Tru-Sonic Coaxial Corner Horn

Stephens 106AX coaxial in a 418 corner cabinet. I dig their metal grill in front of the grill cloth and the cabinet is reall nice.
An example. Not very many pics on the electric internet.


Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Stephens TruSonc - High Fidelity Audio Equipment

Here is another vintage Stephens TruSonic from my friend the Tube Hoarder.
This is superb check it out.  
The Tube Hoarder needs the 2x5 400cps multicell horn. 
If anyone knows where we can find one please contact me. 

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Stephens TruSonic - FOR THEATER AND HOME - RARE

This is one of the most exciting post I've made in a while. My friend the Tube Hoarder purchased this wonderful Stephens historical document. I have not seen this on the electric internet anywhere.
 I would like to do my friend the Tube Hoarder a favor. We are looking for a very large Stephens 10 cell horn. If you have one please comment or send me an email. The example is image 11 in this post.








 If anyone has this horn please contact me.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Friday, April 9, 2010

Early Stephens Giganticon Speaker System

Ok that isn't the name of this speaker but it could be.

Stephens was a real powerhouse in the early days of audio. Their drivers were superb. I've heard the blue trusonic 15" driver and it is wonderful. If you have a chance give them a listen.

Can't remember where these pictures come from but this is no wimpy speaker system. If anyone knows the proper name for it please let me know.


Could you imagine wall mounting these beasties. Good grief.