“I first encountered the Beauhorn Virtuoso speakers almost two years ago. In many ways, listening to them was an epiphany for me… “Never before have I had in my living room such an immense feeling of listening to the Real Thing… “…how can it be
They might not have Beauhorns for sale now but they are our kind of audio gear dealers. Please Note: This content is from the original Beauhorn site and is dated. We are posting it for informational use only. Beauhorn® in America We get a steady
Old and archived. Good luck with them! Here are some informative and relevant links which you might like to try, especially if you’re into building your own horns (good luck): Many of these links go to the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. Expect some links to
by David Wright Unlike sealed-box loudspeakers, where behaviour can be modelled accurately within a computer programme, and bass-reflex types, which can be closely approximated, no such treatment is available for horn loading. Indeed, their behaviour has still to be completely analysed, while their interactions with
Lowther drivers and horns We had an interesting telephone conversation recently with a gentleman in Hong Kong. Basically, he wanted to know why we had chosen to use the Lowther ‘C’ range (ceramic magnets) drivers in our Virtuosos, rather than the ‘A’ range (Alnico magnets).
1999 23/26 September [To read the Stereo Times review of the Show, and it’s interesting, visit our links page. Adnam Arduman said “This was one of the very good sounds of the show…” Was he talking about Beauhorn? You bet!] IT WAS A GREAT SUCCESS
The Bristol show has grown in strength and popularity in recent years, so we thought we’d make an appearance this year. It was a good decision, and apart from the ten minutes when someone kindly locked the public out, we were busy the whole time.
These review extracts were found on archived versions of Beauhorn.com but the links to their sources cannot always be found. Hi-Fi News, January 1999 by Steve Harris Reviewing the single-ended power amplifier. “… works well with the Thomas Virtuosos…” ” …lives up to the Thomas blurb, which
Listener Magazine, USA July/August, 2000 by Chris Beeching “From a long term point of view the Beauhorns are very easy to live with. Once you’ve got used to their looks [he calls them ‘Victorian’ – we like to think they’re more Edwardian] you can treat