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Cessaro Horn Acoustics in Munich

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Cessaro showed their speakersi n two rooms at the Munich Hi-End show.
In their manin room a new design based upon the ‘Beethoven’.


Keith
 

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Always been curious if the dispersion pattern from the smaller horns situated back of the big ones leads to interaction (diffraction, comb filtering, etc.) at higher frequencies? Not having heard any of these "modern" multi-horn designs I am curious if you (or anyone) have any thoughts (or measurements) on that? I do not know, am just curious.
 

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How much?
 

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I was looking forward to hearing the Cessaro horns at RMAF a few years ago. In typical audio show irony, they had quite a lavish setup with R to R etc. but sound was disappointing to put it mildly.

On the other hand, the relatively bargain based Sadurni horns with 300b tubes in another room sounded excellent.
 

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