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, www.magnat.de , Vintage line)
according to the manufacturer, have frequency response up to 75 kHz. Anybody
experiences with these speakers?
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