Howard Popeck speaks at length to people with interesting things to say: Colin Wonfor (Inca Tech, Magnum, Proac-Magnum, T.O.C.A, Naim and Tellurium Q) sets the record straight (Part #2)

Hello again Colin. I guess you hold a couple of patents, possibly quite a few. in layman’s terms – if indeed such a thing is possible – can you explain what these are and perhaps their significance in the audiophile world? Crickey Howard, some of those got back a bit and now and are out […]

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COLIN WONFOR: Discusses his MC-V power cord

Editorial note: Written by Alan Elsdon and Re-engineered by Colin Wonfor (above) Q: Looking at the EWA power cord – your MC-V – it doesn’t look anything special. But knowing you, there’s clever engineering that’s gone into it and so a few questions if I may. Let’s start by looking at the topic through the […]

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Ask Mr. H: Principal Design PD150 speakers, Dr Penfold and possiblity of clones of Linn Sara speakers. Part #1 of 2

Hello. I came across your very good blog whilst looking for Linn Sara information. I wonder if you have any knowledge of another Speaker Manufacture? I purchased a set of Principal Design PD150 speakers in the mid to late 80s. One drive unit has developed a fault so I have been looking for information about […]

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TANNOY: Value of SGM 10B Super Gold Monitors?

I have a nice pair of Tannoy SGM 10B Super Gold monitors that I’m thinking about selling, but not sure how much to ask. Couldn’t find them in the Audiogon Bluebook and thought maybe you Tannoy fans would know. . These were originally used in an LA recording studio and are 100% stock and in […]

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GALE: “Anybody else here using these old wonders?”

Anybody else here using these old wonders?I bought a pair of these for my second system.A year later and now with three rebuilt pairs I have come to love these things and they now reside most of the time in my main system. Over the years I have owned all sorts of speakers-electrostats, BBC monitors,horns […]

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TANNOY: Westminster Royal Special Edition Loudspeakers – interesting article

  Jeff Day writes: Do you know what the oldest loudspeaker company in the world is? If you guessed Tannoy you’re exactly right, as Tannoy was founded by Guy R. Fountain in 1926 and has been making loudspeakers now for over 84 years. ‘Tannoy’ was trademarked as a name in 1928, and was located in […]

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Ask Mr. H: TANGENT: RS4 speakers in Canada

i live in nova scotia canada and i came across a pair of tegent rs4’s but i dont need them any guidence on how to sell these and make a good bit of money would be greatly appreciated Hi Jake, and thank you. I’ve given this quite a bit of thought on and off in […]

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