Showing posts with label multicells. Show all posts
Showing posts with label multicells. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Klughoerner Handcrafted Multicellular Horns

I stumbled upon these horns on ebay a while back and since then they keep popping up all over the internet. A friend asked me about getting some old Altec Multicells so I recommended these right away. The craftsmanship is amazing... 

Check them out here. 

Here are some pics of these horns in the wild. They offer 300hz, 500hz, 800hz, and some HF horns.












Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Flying Electric

Interesting rig for flying some Western Electric. The multicells are amazing.

Monday, July 20, 2015

Vitavox Multicell & Klipsch Basshorn

I spent a Sunday afternoon with my good friend Chris and the Tubehoarder. What we have here is the a Klipschorn Bass Horn for the low frequency. The mids and highs are being covered by a very large 10 cell Vitavox horn with a TAD 4001 driver.
 Sorry I don't have very good pics as they are so big they suck in the light lol..
In case you are wondering about the wood grain that is the rare Persian Nut Wood.
 This is the rigging for a prelim listening session but it looks great.
Just the right size.
Each section was powered by a George Wright 2A3 amp. The crossover I built with parts and plans given to me by Chris.