23-01-09, 01:17 AM
Just a mention of Falcon who seem to have been very low profile this past year or two.
I ordered some capacitors from them before Christmas which were promptly lost in the post.
When I rang Falcon to sort out the delay a new set were sent out next day delivery and no problems.
I recall them being difficult to contact and low stock levels a year or two ago but they appear to be back on form. Give them a try! Cheers Andy.
23-01-09, 01:31 AM
Is that as part of AudioLoudspeakers? ie they have finished the transfer from Falcon as was under Malcolm Jones.
23-01-09, 01:42 AM
I spoke to Paul Seado ( Falcon Components ) yesterday re some x-over inductors, they do custom windings, they are here:
Malcomn Jones ( Falcon Acoustics ) has now retired although I understand that he is still doing some specialist winding, but don't quote me, some history:
It appears that Paul is now supplying all x-over components and is very knowledgable and helpful.
23-01-09, 03:05 AM
Indeed, audioloudspeakers is the link I used but searches for Falcon seem to lead to audioloudspeakers. So I'm not sure who is who but good range and service regardless. Cheers Andy.
23-01-09, 05:57 AM
Falcon Acoustics was the originl source for everything for the budding DIY speaker builder, this company was owned by Malcolm Jones, he has now semi-retired and does not offer any more components, Paul Seado is the guy at Falcon Components ( Audioloudspeakers), from what I understand Paul must have some association with Malcolm as the Falcon Acoustics site reveals this on the home page:
The INDUCTOR Production side has changed to Falcon Components Ltd.
hope this clears it up a bit ;)