The Lowther TP2 redefines the classic corner horn design with a modern touch. Inspired by legendary designs like the AudioVector and Lowther Hegeman, it employs a dual-loaded horn principle for exceptional efficiency and a rich sound quality. This speaker, a testament to Lowther's commitment to excellence, balancing historical design elements with contemporary advancements.
At the heart of the TP2 lies the option to house any Lowther driver unit, though we highly recommend the PM4A, especially when paired with the Lowther Super Tweeter. This combination brings forth a sound that is both expansive and intricate, capable of delivering the subtlest nuances in music. From the velvet smoothness of classical orchestrations to the dynamic rhythms of modern tracks, the TP2's drive unit choice caters to a diverse auditory palette.
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The TP2 features dual-loaded horn architecture. This design imposes mechanical resistance to both the front and back of the diaphragm, resulting in extraordinary efficiency and a sound 'scale' reminiscent of larger horns. The acoustic properties of this setup ensure a seamless blend of the top and bass horns, delivering a sound that is as grandiose as it is detailed.
Tailored to Your Taste
The TP2 is not just a loudspeaker; it's a journey into the world of custom-tailored sound. With a range of driver units and compatibility with various amplifiers, especially low output valve, the TP2 can be fine-tuned to suit individual preferences. A visit to one of our listening locations is recommended for those seeking a truly bespoke experience, ensuring your TP2 is as unique as your taste in music.
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Every Lowther TP2 loudspeaker is a testament to the artistry and precision of English craftsmanship. From the responsibly sourced Birch Plywood to the vacuum-laminated top horn curves, every component is meticulously fashioned by skilled artisans. The use of modern materials enhances not just the acoustic quality but also the longevity and investment value of each TP2. The result is a loudspeaker that stands as much as a piece of fine art as it does a beacon of acoustic excellence – a legacy of Lowther's commitment to unparalleled sound and quality.
Watch a video where we talk to John Howes, owner of the Lowther Voigt Museum.