I am looking at the reports on my site’s traffic and see that the site has a dozen visitors form Czechoslovakia. I would like to take advantage of it and ask you guys to tell us about your Czech Audio.
I love your country, was there and know a lot about you. Czechs always were some kind of “kinky Slaves”, so I wonder what kinky your people do in the audio world? Also, I know that Third Reich’s companies like Telefunken bult a lot of manufacturing facilities at acuppated Czechoslovakia and after the War a lot of confiscated technologies were stalled down with Czechs. I heard some drivers and some tubes that were manufactured in Czechoslovakia during 50s-60s were quite good…
Anyhow, does anything sound interesting at Czech lend today besides the woodwinds of Prague Orchestra? So, Czechs, tell us your stories and your observation about your national audio forces. We here, in US are completely not familiar with what you guys do out there….
Just as a sign of a minor flattery I am posting a beautiful lithography of Prague in 1890, the Prague how it was seen by the eyes of Tchaikovsky and Dvorak…
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche