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Jimmy DIY 10th October 2006 08:13 AM

How to DIY a wooden multicell Horn
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Hi all,
May I know how to DIY a wooden multicell Horn simillar to the Altec 1803H?



Jimmy DIY 10th October 2006 08:19 AM

This wooden multicell horn photo came from Michael Christ's web-site, but the web downed since a few months ago.

Pano 11th October 2006 01:09 AM

Those look great!
I have heard the Altec versions and they were fantastic.

Haven't seen Michael' site in some time, it does seem to be offline.

Maybe he can be reached by email?

onemichaelchrist at

just put the @ sign where it belongs.

Jimmy DIY 12th October 2006 04:24 AM

Thank you panomaniac, do you know any diy web-site mention about the wooden multicell horn project?

And how about this wooden horn? Anybody know it? Is it a diy or commercial product? Where can I buy it?



Pano 12th October 2006 08:40 AM

That horn is an Onken, I think. Onken drivers too.

It is in a very large and famous home installation in France. It has been reviewed in several magazines and websites. I'll see if I can find the links when I get home. Maybe that's were you found the photos?

Talk about bass horns!!

Pano 12th October 2006 10:59 AM

Here is a link to the system pictured. Belongs to Mr. Roggero in the south of France.

Giant System.

Article says those are Onken multicell horns and Onken 2" dirivers.


Jimmy DIY 14th October 2006 03:34 AM

May I know where is the Onken made? I found there band name on the forums only but never seen there product, are there the band discontinuous?

Pano 14th October 2006 04:35 AM

Onken is Japnese. I think they are still in production.
You'll have to cruise the Japanese sites. But Onken should be well known in Hong Kong. Right?

Jimmy DIY 14th October 2006 05:32 AM

No! I never heard this name before until I found it on the forum, I also search it in Yahoo Japan, but no result!

Jimmy DIY 14th October 2006 05:35 AM

If you have more information, would you please post it here?Thank you!

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