Speaker identification help

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi and General Audio' started by kenpoguy, Nov 12, 2019.

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    kenpoguy

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    D372C7EA-22B8-41CE-A83C-ED5FE5E501BA.jpeg F014BABE-BAFA-418F-A908-1F75F92308A8.jpeg A9C9A681-FC5B-41F1-80C7-19C1600A4366.jpeg hi everyone! I recently picked up a couple pairs of speakers that have no identification on them at all. The speakers a vintage for sure, very heavy, and seem to be made of solid wood. The woofer surrounds are inverted and doped. The front edges of the cabinets are beveled. The guy I got them from stated “I think the name is pinna audio”, and I don’t know if I am spelling the name correctly, but I can not find that company anywhere. I need to identify these so I can try to replace the paper tweeters which have deteriorated. Please see attached pictures. Thank you.
     
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    Dissily Mordentroge

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    A wild stab in the dark but I have a dim recollection of a European company called something like ‘Pinna (Pinea?) Zigmahorn who sold kit speakers. The ones you have do look like they’ve been assembled at home.
     
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    Thank you for the info, I didn't even think of the possibility of them being a kit! ill start focusing my research on vintage kits and see what I can dig up.
     
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