Classic Vintage Loudspeaker Late 60's/Early 70's
These are in amazing shape and sound great! Original box and packing are not available. LOCAL SALE ONLY!
Matching Left and Right serial numbers. Includes 400Hz electronic bi-amp filter box - see pix
Rudy T. Bozak (1910–1983) was a hi-fi pioneer famous for his loudspeaker designs.
"Ever since its introduction in 1951, this magnificent 14-speaker system has remained unmatched for its ability to accurately re-create any sound or combinations of sounds across the entire music spec trum. The Concert Grand is the supreme achievement in the faithful re-creation of sound. Each system contains 4 8-ohm B-199A bass speakers, 2 16-ohm B-209B midrange speakers, 4 B-200Y treble pairs, and an N-104 crossover network installed in a rigidly constructed, heavily damped 16 cubic foot infinite baffle. The speaker panel and front half of the sides, top and bottom of the cabinet are 1 ½“ thick for extra rigidity. The midrange speakers are completely isolated from the woofer compartment."
The Model B-410, which has its treble array at the side, is furnished in mirror-image pairs with left and right hand versions to assure balance and afford a maximum of flexibility in stereo system setup.
Specs: Three-way, floorstanding loudspeaker with sealed-box woofer loading. Drive-units: eight 2" B-200Y Dual Treble aluminum-diaphragm tweeters, two 5¼" B-209B aluminum-cone midrange units, four 12" B-199A variable-density (pulp made from lambs' wool and shredded paper) cone woofers. Crossover: N-104 LC network. Crossover frequencies: 400Hz, 2.5kHz. Crossover slopes: 6dB/octave, first-order. Frequency range: 28Hz–20kHz. Nominal impedance: 8 ohms. Dimensions: 52" (1333mm) H by 36" (925mm) W by 19" (485mm) D.
Note: Weight: 225 lbs (102kg)! each
See Stereophile Magazine's re-look at these in 2005 here.