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Tnvijayphilips has been taken over by BOSTON INTERNATIONAL and we do get hi q speakers. They are identical to the original hi q s. The same forum has discussions about the driver and it can be easily found by googling. I am presently using the bostons and its really worth every penny.
Pulz cant be compared to old Holland Philips Drivers.
Trust me I have a pair of original Philips Holland 12 drivers and even the 8 inch dual cone drivers from 1974.
Yes it is true that Philips has stopped making drivers and other Hi-Fi audio components such as their legendary universal preamp kit almost a decade back...now their into lighting and making midrange DVD 5.1 systems....
If your are lucky you will be able to find some new old stock OR get some good deal on some Philips Hi-Q Internationals speakers in Choor Bazaar...Those came in a 8 inch and also a dual 8 inch full range that is if you really wanna hear how the actual Philips sound like
BTW Lamington Road has stopped selling Philips drivers since the early 2000s :lol:
Yes its true I heard you can still get 8 inch fill range drivers brand new ...In facePhilips sold their Speakers manufacturing division to Boston Acostics , evantually Boston Acostics became part of D&M holdings ( Denon & Marantz)
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Indian factory still there and you can still get 8 inch brand new full range co axial woofers...
Well Done :clapping: They are a set of fine speakers made by the Indian Division in early the 70's...They are a bit low powered for its time but are highly sensitive and sound lovely when paired with a tube amp...Thanks everyone managed to purchase two Philips hi q international speakers.
+1 to the last part above.They are a bit low powered for its time but are highly sensitive and sound lovely when paired with a tube amp...