Åge Andersen

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An uncommon way of driving an electrostatic speaker without a transformer is to connect the plates of a push-pull vacuum tube amplifier directly to the stators, and the high voltage supply between the diaphragm and ground. Electrostatics have reduced even-order harmonic distortion because of their push-pull design. They also have minimal phase distortion.

An uncommon way of driving an electrostatic speaker without a transformer is to connect the plates of a push-pull vacuum tube amplifier directly to the stators, and the high voltage supply between the diaphragm and ground. Electrostatics have reduced even-order harmonic distortion because of their push-pull design. They also have minimal phase distortion.

High end audio is usually way too expensive for us regular folks. These GTA2 planar magentic speakers are truly audiophile but at an affordable (sort of) price. Made in a home-garage operation in New Jersey by Greg Takesh (GT of GT Audio Works), and only available direct from him. That's my kind of high-end audio :)

These planar magentic speakers are truly audiophile but at an affordable (sort of) price. Made in a home-garage operation in New Jersey by Greg Takesh (GT of GT Audio Works), and only available direct from him.

The Acorn ESL is available as a full DIY kit requiring the stators to be bonded into the support structure and all electronics assembled onto their circuit boards or as a partially assembled unit where the stators are pre-glued into the support panels and the electronics are assembled and tested.

The Acorn ESL is available as a full DIY kit requiring the stators to be bonded into the support structure and all electronics assembled onto their circuit boards or as a partially assembled unit where the stators are pre-glued into the support panels and the electronics are assembled and tested.