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Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2003 11:18:32 -0800
>(e.g., Panasonic EAS 200).  They were hard to come by, heavy, and don't
 >tolerate overdriving at all.  But they have excellent and broad frequency
 >response (1 - 100 kHz) and a reasonably brief impulse response, and don't
 >require DC bias like electrostatic speakers.
 I have found hi-fi dynamic loudspeakers (Magnat, , Vintage line) 
 according to the manufacturer, have frequency response up to 75 kHz.  Anybody 
has any 
 experiences with these speakers?
 Pawel Kusmierek
 Department of Neurophysiology
 Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology
 3, Pasteur St., 02-093 Warsaw, Poland
 tel. (48-22) 659 85 71 ex 379 
 fax  (48-22) 822 53 42
 ICQ 11740175

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