We're offering extraordinary Solutions. Custommade horn speaker designs, optimized for your room. Why? Because every room has it's own "sound".
In case of our custom-made bass horn developments, we refer on our long-term partnership with David Haigner, the CEO of Haigner Lautsprecherbau Austria. A link to his references and speaker designs is on our website available.
Look around and contact us to realize your individual dream.
Wir bieten ihnen außergewöhnliche Hornlautsprecher Systeme. Handgefertigte und auf ihren Raum zugeschnittene Lösungen weit ab der Mainstream Norm.
Warum? Weil jeder Raum seinen eigenen Klang hat und deshalb kein Lautsprecher in Raum X, wie in Raum Y klingt.
Gerade wenn es um individuell angefertigte Bass Hörner geht ist Perfektion und Wissen gefragt. Hier setzen wir auf unseren Partner, die Firma Haigner Lautsprecherbau. David Haigner, für uns seit Jahren ein vertrauensvoller Partner, gilt gemeinhin als Koryphäe, wenn es um die Entwicklung von perfekt laufenden Hörnern geht.
Schauen sie sich um und kontaktieren sie uns. Denken Sie immer dran, Träume sind da um wahr zu werden.
About 30 years ago I fell in love with the Hi-Fi hobby, and of course not only Hi-Fi, also music.
As a young boy I couldn’t imagine a life without music.
Everything started with the construction of a horn loudspeaker, the "Schmackshorn. Later I started to build speakers for some friend of mine and every euro I earned I reinvested in the next project. After a few years, when I become 18 Years old, I started to copy the respective reference speakers Matrix 800 and Nautilus of Bowers & Wilkins and the Infinity IRS Beta. At this time maybe the best sounding speaker on the planet.
But over the time I felt that I needed some new input, something different, "The missing Link". And then, finally in 2005 it happened. I had the opportunity to listen to the first big exponential snail horn, the Sato. That was a completely new experience for me after all the years of searching for new input.
Over the next two years I travelled around Asia and parts of Europe to listen to the biggest horn speakers, designed by Western Electric in the 1920’s and 30’s, the 15A, 13A 16A and the tiny 22A. Along the way I also listened to the other famous large horn designs, like the Klangfilm Bionor and Eurodyn and finally the Shearer horn.
In 2007 it was time to start my first snail horn project. A newly developed Sato horn with an extension of 3/4" to match up with a compression driver developed by a friend of mine.
Hornsolutions was born and the story continues.............
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