The Tweeter iHorn is made from a Magnavox Tweeter, which was made in the 1960s. In 1910 Magnavox started as "Commercial Wireless & Development Company" at Napa, California. In 1915, Magnavox put a horn to their "telephone receiver with moving-coil system" and then used it as a "Fog-Horn" for the local baseball park. It was called the “Magna Vox” which was latin for “Great Voice.” In 1917, the Company changed its name to Magnavox. Magnavox introduced its first tube radios in 1920, and continued to manufacture electronics until the 1980’s when it merged with Phillips. The Tweeter is a wonderful piece which is minimalist but spatial. It represents a time of turmoil, unpopular war, and massive societal change. So sit back and enjoy a period which revolutionized the world and set a course of change from which there was no turning back and to which we have never reached its end.