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Stewart Tyler, R.I.P.

Discussion in 'audio' started by Bob Edwards, Jun 30, 2021.

  1. Bob Edwards

    Bob Edwards pfm Member

    Just read that we've lost a giant.

    R.I.P. Mr. Tyler. A sad day.

    And sympathies/condolences to friends and family.
     
  2. canonman

    canonman pfm Member

    RIP, very sad

    I knew him but not very well although he came to my house a couple of times and I visited him at his factory once.
     
  3. Martyn Miles

    Martyn Miles pfm Member

    Sad to hear the news.
    I have many happy memories of his Celef speakers in the ‘70s.
     
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  4. hifinutt

    hifinutt hifinutt

    Yes read about on proac fb group, sad news
     
  5. Yank

    Yank Bulbous Also Tapered

    oh my
     
  6. matt j

    matt j pfm Member

    How sad. RIP.
     
  7. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    That is very sad indeed. I’ve always been a fan of the smaller ProAcs (I’ve owned Tablette 50 Sigs and Ref 8 Sigs, and really like the 1SC), they are excellent speakers. He will be hugely missed within the UK audio industry. RIP.
     
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  8. ArtK

    ArtK I bite you!

    RIP.
     
  9. Central Audio

    Central Audio Trade Central Audio

    Years ago I had some ARC power amps that he owned and had used to design some of his speakers allegedly, R.I.P.
     
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  10. Shane2468

    Shane2468 pfm Member

    RIP.

    S.
     
  11. Arkless Electronics

    Arkless Electronics Trade: Amp design and repairs.

    Oh no...RIP. I was a big fan of his Response series speakers and he was a big presence in UK speakers for a long time, back to Celef etc. Condolences to his family and friends.
     
  12. Subito

    Subito pfm Member

    Damn, damn, damn…his Response 2 model reset my expectations of just how good a loudspeaker could be. RIP to a true giant of the high-fidelity industry.
     
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  13. Wilson

    Wilson SCTV half wit

  14. marcusman

    marcusman New Member

    RIP Mr. Tyler! Your products bring tears to my eyes nightly.
     
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  15. G T Audio

    G T Audio Trade: Manufacturer and Distributor

    That is sad news.

    I remember restoring a pair of McIntosh MC75 monoblock amplifiers for him many years ago. I also had the pleasure of owning some of his speakers too, Celef Domestic 2's, ProAc III's, ProAc EBS's, ProAc SuperTowers and ProAc Tablets.

    RIP Stewart.
     
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  16. Werner

    Werner pfm Member

    That's sad.

    I met him a few times, and once visited ProAc.
     
  17. davidsrsb

    davidsrsb pfm Member

    How old was he, I have not managed to find much about Stewart online?
     
  18. CJ14

    CJ14 Waiting for the Death Monitor

    Today I found out my friend from the 1970,s Paul as I knew him died,
    Paul and I first met when he wanted his own amplifiers, we called them ProAc Magnum and these were the foundations of the world class Magnum product designed by me in the early days.
    He introduced me to what would be my Inca Tech distributor in Italy Giuseppe and to John Michael of the beautiful turntable fame, both the dear friends have know gone. I will miss seeing Pauls welcoming face at show and he will be missed by thousands.

    R.I.P. my dear friend and mentor I will miss seeing and chatting with you.

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    oso Member

  20. Snufkin

    Snufkin pfm Member

    Great speaker designer and a nice bloke - RIP Stewart
     
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