A HISTORY OF THE BLUE ROOM
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1996 • BLUE ROOM HALTS PRODUCTION

BLUE ROOM HALTS PRODUCTION

Blue Room Loudspeakers separated from B&W in 1996 and was to become its entity in 1997 as part of a deal by Robert Trunz to separate away from B&W and take Blue Room with him.

One of the negative consequences of the separation from B&W was the number of loudspeaker projects that ground to halt, subject to the conditions of Robert Trunz's private equity sale to B&W and Blue Rooms two-year freeze to produce products. 

We did revisit production of the HousePods & TechnoPods again for a short time. However, the new production facilities in Denmark and the use of plastic, closed the door to developments in GRP, leaving some projects in limbo.  

It included a Bass extension subwoofer for the TechnoPod and 

 

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... and this early idea for a Zeppelin loudspeaker.

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