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Thirty Hertz


Seattle
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Hungarian folded horn
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Several years ago I down loaded a print from a site long gone, only to find a modified version of it on Jeff Robinsons site. The print was for a folded horn of manifold sections loaded with a 12" speaker only , and the text is in Hungarian. The print looks as though someone had built one and included some minor modifications to it. If anyone knows how I may reach Jeff Robinson, or knows of anyone that has built this box I would be interested in getting their opinion of it. Also, I am interested in buying, borrowing, or paying someone to copy certain pages of a book titled : Construction for Hi-Fi Audio, originally written in Swedish by HH Klinger published in 1974. I know where to find copies, but they're in foreign libraries. One more thing, I recently acquired two Stromberg-Carlson rear loaded corner horns for the Custom 400 coax speaker. This box looks like a miniature version of the JBL C34. I have had no luck finding any information on this model in any vintage literature, and any information on this box would be appreciated. One last thing, does anyone know anything about the Electro-Voice Cardinal folded corner horn? A guy on Ebay has had a pair listed for months with no bites. It looks like a smaller version of the K-horn. As with the Stromberg I have had no luck finding literature on that one as well. My goal here is to find a drawing package for it.
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Romy the Cat


Boston, MA
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Post ID: 15199
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Try Audio Heritage site...
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Thirty Hertz,

I do not know it and I do not think that at this site there are any people who are active audio archeology. The site has a few Hungarian members but I do not think they post. If anything try the Audio Heritage forum.

http://audioheritage.org/vbulletin/

I am not sure what you are trying to find but they are usually very good to gig out older publication and indentify the things from past. Alternatively if you are in US and the subject is truly valuable to you then get in touch with Bruce Edgar. He in one way or other was observing whatever was out there and he will be able to lead you what you can get further information.

The Cat


"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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Thirty Hertz


Seattle
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Swedish Audio Book
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I found the book through the Swedish Library System via an inter-library exchange with the Seattle library. It's what I expected of a book written back then, except it is not peppered with photographs of ALTEC and Jensen stuff.
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