Wednesday, Aug 11 2010
My Wife and I were married at the Moravian Tile works in Doylestown Pa. in 1972.
I was thin then! My wife, Dorothy is just as beautiful, and deserves an award for thirty years of horns.
We had a gigantic sound system consisting of a full size 60Hz Hyperbolic horn and four RCA LC1A speakers, powered by a 60 watt Acrosound, and a 100 watt Grommes tube amplifiers.
The horn was built in 1969 for a hammond B3 organ.
The basshorn had two RCA 15" field coil woofers, and the top end consisted of Western Electric horns and drivers. Notice the the orange horns are conical horns ( three in a row).
We stored the horns at a nearby friends house. His name was Mr. Clemments. He worked for RCA, and said Harry Olson was his boss. He had an immense library of in house RCA journals, the RCA Review. It was the size of a set of encyclopedias.
I read as much as I could, but I never finished as I got married a day later!
I have never seen or heard of these volumes since.