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ulf
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Some nice horns from Greece!
A friend in Greece started a company manufacturing and selling nice horns.

He makes a serious attempt to use the best materials and highest quality finishing.

Take a look!

http://www.sonusaeterna.com/speakers.html

Best Regards: Ulf
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Romy the Cat


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The MF horn supporting frame

Very, nice thanks, ulf.

I never heard this company and it is good the more horny newcomers pop up her and there. The epoxy carbon-kevlar and glass fibers staffed with damping? I wonder how more fun would be if they staff these hollow horns with sand, I would…. I had once an idea to have a very soft sand horn using sand-filled air balloons as the horn walls….

Anyhow, what I very much appreciate in what those Greece guys do is that they sell custom supporting frames for their MF horns. It is ridicules how simple it might be and how much efforts sometime takes to make the horns supporting frame functional  and practical and at the same time esthetically pleasing. I spent more effort to make the frame for my MF horn then to make the MF horn!!!  I do not partially like how the Greek MF supporting frame “look & fell” like but this Greek company is the only know to me company that try to convert the task  of MF frame into a separate product – very good direction indeed.

SonusAeterna said about the upcoming products: "110Hz tractrix with 3" mouth."

Also, Ulf, can you explain to your friends that when they talk about  upcoming horns and mention the frequent rate then no one cares about the size of mouth. The only other characteristic that should be names is not the size of mouth but the size of throat.


Romy the caT


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