Electrostatic?

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RonP

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Electrostatic?
« on: 8 Dec 2019, 09:01 pm »
Hey Danny,

I was curious why the product lineup didn't include any electrostatic speakers. Is there a story here? It looks like you went Planar instead. They have different sounds the electrostatics vs planars. I was just curious.



thanks

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Re: Electrostatic?
« Reply #1 on: 9 Dec 2019, 06:03 pm »
Hey Danny,

I was curious why the product lineup didn't include any electrostatic speakers. Is there a story here? It looks like you went Planar instead. They have different sounds the electrostatics vs planars. I was just curious.

thanks

I've simply never designed an electrostatic speaker.
« Last Edit: 13 Feb 2020, 03:02 am by Danny Richie »

rich121

Re: Electrostatic?
« Reply #2 on: 10 Feb 2020, 06:57 am »
I've simple never designed and electrostatic speaker.

Not sure what that means?

Ragnar71

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Re: Electrostatic?
« Reply #3 on: 13 Feb 2020, 01:39 am »
I’m going to take a guess and say he has never designed an electrostatic, and enjoys the Planars. He knows them, has been doing them so long he can probably guess his measurements before he reads them. He knows Planars and I’m pretty sure he could build an electrostatic better than most, but like anything the more he worked with it the better he would get , and he’s already put the work in on Planars. Just guessing really. Like a Ford & Chevy thing

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Re: Electrostatic?
« Reply #4 on: 13 Feb 2020, 03:03 am »
Not sure what that means?

Sorry for the typo's. Does it make sense now?

Sonicjoy

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Re: Electrostatic?
« Reply #5 on: 13 Feb 2020, 01:14 pm »
So many loudspeaker design possibility's so little time. Would be my guess.