Thank you for replying to my post. It has been a while since I have checked the forum. Actually, when I searched through the forums it seems that I actually did find the answer to my question. I do have a new question now as a result now, haha. Can I assume that replacing the cap values in the amp would be the same as adjusting the cap values across a transducer for the purpose of changing the high pass filter value? If that is the case then is it also the case that the filter capacitors in the amplifiers act as a 1st order 6db per octave filter (at least in the electrical sense that is)?
I'm thinking of possibly using an electrostatic panel or magnetostatic panel and combining it will with dynamic servo controlled woofers. Would this be a terrible idea? I understand that electrostatic panels need a great deal of voltage but I assume that is the point of the power supplies that are used in commercial designs. With that said, I have hear Martin Logan on two systems. One with the top of the line Cambridge Audio amplifier and another with a lower end Marantz unit. It was obvious that the Marantz was not capable of allowing the ML's to produce the same SPL as the Cambridge. If I remember the Cambridge puts out 150W per channel at 4 ohms. My point in all of this is to determine if I want to design a new speaker system with only dynamic drivers or a mix of electrostatic/magnetostatic high-passed around 250hz with dynamic woofers taking over from there.