J. from Edinburgh was kind enough to send us these pictures of his Beauhorn Loudspeakers. Can anyone provide us with more information about this model? Comments are turned on for this post.
Naked Music Beauhorn’s Virtuosos reveal the emotional intensity of music with a clarity and realism that others simply do not achieve, giving instant gratification of your aural desires: music that can reach into your soul and touch your deepest feelings. Only Virtuosos offer such Nirvana.
A Beauhorn Statement Our aim is to produce music which sounds as natural as possible. We are not looking for excitement or to ‘move a lot of air’. We want to hear the music sound just as it did when the recording was made. We
This page’s content © 2000 Thomas Transducers, hosted now for informational purposes only. Obligato SET Amplifier Our Obligato amplifier is designed to complement very high efficiency loudspeakers like our Virtuoso range. As a result it features a very low residual noise level and so gives no
Beauhorn Virtuoso speaker with cherry wood Phase Plug. Phase Plugs The polished cherry ‘doorknobs’ in the centre of the drive unit cone are the Phase Plugs. They’re attached to the centre pole piece of the driver magnet, (although people sometimes think they’re attached to the
This was our second appearance at this show. We got an award, this time. As Hi-Fi + reported in the May/June issue: “Beauhorn were achieving their normal excellent results, the compliantly mounted (a la Townshend Seismic Stand) horn speakers being driven from a Nottingham Analogue
EnjoyTheMusic, May 2001 by Bill Gaw “Would I buy these guys at $8,500 a pair? Most certainly. Would I buy five for a super surround system at $42,500 with another $3000 for subwoofers? Yes, if I wanted superb surround sound using SET amps, comparable to
A post like this makes one wish for a time machine. But this info might still be useful to the community, so it is included here. Over the course of the year 2000 we have raised the cabinet making specifications to include: better mitres; more
To meet the growing trend towards paler furniture, Beauhorn introduced the Virtuoso speakers in an eye-catching ‘ivory and ebony’ livery at London’s Hi-Fi Show 2000, 21-24 September, 2000. The beautiful new maple veneered cabinets cost the same as the current cherry finished ones – 3550/4835
Beauhorn press release (circa 2000) Beauhorn, the British horn loudspeaker specialist, now offers enhanced services enjoyment for to devotees of Lowther driven speakers. By replacing the standard phase plug (the power black bullet-shape in the centre of the cone) with a larger, hand-turned wooden one