The Standard Mk VIII was the first Wilson Horn Model designed by Balfour Davey. He introduced a conduit inside the cabinet which connected the Seymour tonearm to the Wilson horn. Not only did it extend the overall acoustic length but also balanced it.
E.M.G for the first time could now offer a truly exponential system based on solid scientific principles. The sound was astounding.
|E.M.G Mk VIII Standard||EMG Gooseneck with Quincke Tube||Paillard GGR 255||E.M.G Exhibition Type with Mica or Aluminium Diaphragm or Meltrope I||50" Wilson Panharmonic Horn with 24½" Bell||Solid Oak with Dove Tailed Corners||£18||1928|