CH 1803BW

Finished in Natural Shellac

Stained in gray color, next to a CH1505BWLD for comparison

Shown unfinished in bare wood

 Made mainly of Tilia, known as Basswood in North America, offers the advantage among many woods of a low resonance, with cork covering each cell
and back avoiding ringing at resonance frequencies.

Only natural glue and wood, no fiberglass or any other synthetic plastics are employed in their manufacture.   All natural Shellac finish. their  mounting flange is made of aircraft grade Birch plywood with stainless steel hardware to mount to the provided all wood throat adapter wave-guide with stainless steel mounting bolts.
Light weight for ease of transportation.

The wave-guides are a representation of the highest quality of craftsmanship as well, formed and shaped by a special high pressure process, with all wood and natural glue, offering a very smooth transition from the round throat area of the driver end to the square mouth connecting to the multicellular horn assembly. No square panels are used, they are shaped at high pressures to form a one piece and smooth transition.

All of my horns are hand manufactured  with most dedication and care.

Distribution Pattern 53 degrees vertical  x  105 degrees Horizontal 

Cell configuration 3 x 6
Size 27" long x 24.5" high x 44.5" wide (approximately)
Weight 18Lbs