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Old 7th June 2005, 09:05 AM   #1
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Default Dutch ESL builders attention...part ESL for free

I have a pair of esl's or rather the frames with stator and diaphragm for free. I got these in exchange for ML's that needed repair. But since they need a high voltage unit and 2 stepup transformers I believe ( and they are butt ugly) you can pick em up from NH if interested. I have been told that they did sound good though in their past)

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They look like Audiostatic ES100 panels. All you need is a 5-6kv bias supply and a step up transformer to get it working and a few components.

This should get you stsrted.

http://www.quadesl.com/pdf/es50_schem.pdf


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Yes thanks Jam, they were audiostatic inspired. They are however to big for my house (low WAF factor) so I want to get rid of them.
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.......maybe, that's why I am not married.

Shame you have to give them up because the sound really good.............now if I could only find a way to Holland.

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How big are they and where do you live in the netherlands?
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Middenmeer and the pictures should give you a good enough idea? They are taller than I am and I am 1,86m...so I guess around 200cm-205cm..
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