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Old 9th August 2008, 09:33 AM   #1
billybob is offline billybob  United States
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Default EAW dual 18's

I saw some EAW dual 18" cab's from back in 60's / 70's and wondered if anyone might know what they ( model) are? They were a large horn type cab, smaller than an Altec 210 but quite large. Any ideas?
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Old 9th August 2008, 10:07 AM   #2
aubergine is offline aubergine  Malaysia
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I think I know exactly what they are:

They could be:
EAW BH-822, or the touring equivalent.

Folded W-Bins EV Eliminator style (speakers are loaded in through the back).
They can be seen around nowadays. sometimes fit with monstrous Barn-door style horn extensions, nicknamed 'Big Bertha'. I actually have the blueprints somewhere on my hard drive...but they're a bit unwieldy nowadays with modern designs.

In fact, I think SSE have a few in at the moment. With pictures.
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