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Bristol Sound & Vision Show

Bristol Hi-Fi Show 2001 Report

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

Virtuoso Reference (DX4) Reviews

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

London Hi-Fi Show Report, 1999

1999 23/26 September [Read the Stereo Times review of the Show. 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 for Beauhorn The new venue, the Novotell, Hammersmith,

Bristol Sound & Vision Show

Bristol Hi-Fi Show 2000 Report

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.

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Obligato & Virtuoso Reviews

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

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Virtuoso Gold Review: Ear Waxings

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

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Beauhorn Virtuoso Loudspeaker Review: Single Driver Theory

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

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Beauhorn Virtuoso Loudspeaker Review: Beauhorn to be Wild

What Hi-Fi? review, August 2000 issue, pp 72/3 by Ketan Bharadia “…these Beauhorns produce some staggering results. Play large scale classical music such as Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and the Virtuosos deliver a fantastically fast and direct sound. …absolutely no smearing of leading edges: notes stop

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Beauhorn Virtuoso Loudspeaker Review

Hi-Fi + Magazine, UK, June/July 2000 by Paul Messenger “The midband is what you notice straight away here, and even though there’s good detail well into the treble, the combination of excellent mid balance and perspectives alongside quite startling dynamic tension and realism, is what