Specimen Little Horns

Specimen Products’ Little Horn Speakers are a stunning pair of high fidelity horns in bookshelf format that provide an utterly unique audio experience while also complimenting any home or office décor. Specimen Products are pleased to announce a new wide
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Specimen Products’ Little Horn Speakers are a stunning pair of high-fidelity horns in bookshelf format that provide an utterly unique audio experience while also complementing any home or office décor. Specimen Products are pleased to announce a new wide range of colors for their Little Horn Speakers. Additionally, their design is now Patent Pending. Say goodbye to “box” speakers, heavy, inelegant and incapable of enhancing your environment. Say hello to the Little Horn Speakers and listen to the beauty.

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Little Horn Speakers color options:

-- Dark Walnut horns with Gold interior, Dark Walnut bases
-- Dark Walnut horns with Red interior, Dark Walnut bases
-- Blue horns with Opalescent White interior, Blue bases
-- Opalescent White horns with Red interior, Red bases
-- Opalescent White horns with Red interior, Natural birch bases
-- Dark Green horns with Gold interior, Dark Green bases
-- Black horns with Opalescent White interior, Piano Black bases
-- White horns with White interior, Piano White bases
-- White horns with White interior, Natural birch bases

Specimen also creates horns in custom colors to match any décor.

Owned by Ian Schneller, Specimen Products has been making superior custom guitars, tube amplifiers and horn speakers for over 20 years. Specimen customers include Andrew Bird, Franz Ferdinand, Jeff Tweedy, Death Cab for Cutie, My Morning Jacket, Neko Case, The Hives, Deerhoof, Lenny Kravitz, Low, Tortoise, and more. Specimen is also the home of The Chicago School of Guitar Making, the only school in Chicago where one can learn guitar repair and building from a professional luthier, and the only school teaching the craft of tube amplifier building. For more info: http://www.specimenproducts.com.

For more information on the Little Horn Speakers visit: http://www.littlehornspeakers.com

A private listening party event for the media will be held at Specimen Products in Chicago (1240 N. Homan Ave. Chicago, IL 60651) Thursday, December 3 from 7 to 10 PM. Snacks and drinks will be provided. See and experience the Little Horns among an exclusive group of musicians, audiophiles and artists. Little Horns will be available for purchase at a specially discounted preview price of $1,500. Additionally, one pair of Little Horns hand-painted for Specimen Products by Chicago artist Rob Funderburk will be auctioned off to benefit the non-profit organization Rock for Kids. For more information visit http://www.robfunderburk.com and http://www.rockforkids.org. RSVP – Nadine@specimendproducts.com.

In December, Andrew Bird will be performing a series of solo shows in Minneapolis (Dec. 10 – 12 at Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral) and Chicago (Dec. 14 – 17 at the Fourth Presbyterian Church) with his full coterie of Specimen horns including the spinning Janus horn and the new quartet of eight feet tall XL Horns, Specimen is making specifically for the tour. These new XL Horns will also be on display at the Listening Party and are the inspiration for the Little Horn Speakers.

“A bell-shaped horn is best for transmitting low-frequency instrumentation like violins, a truth beautifully captured by the Chicago-based Specimen instrument shop. Its bookshelf-appropriate Little Horn speakers are diminutive versions of the speakers that accompanied musician Andrew Bird on his ’09 tour. They’re constructed of high-density fiberglass, which aids resonance.” – i-D Magazine


“…I don't know my treble from a hole in the ground. Needless to say, I am not an audiophile. So why am I so transfixed by the Little Horn Speakers unveiled this week by Chicago-based custom guitar and amp shop Specimen? Well, just look at them. They're gorgeous. Apparently they also make music sound incredible. . . ”– Pastemagazine.com

”…these would be great speakers to have around. Not only do they have a look that is bound to turn heads, but those horns attached to the speakers do actually contribute to the sound quality. Giving a much bigger and more realistic sound.” – CoolestGadgets.com