i don't know much about elesctrostatic speakers but don't they involve hooking the output of your amp up to a transformer to drive them? i'm not sure how well the t-amps would handle that. heck, transformer windings are magnetically coupled inductors (basically) and a driver's voice coil is a coil of wire... i guess it would all depend on the transformer used. try it and let us know what happens!
Thanks for the reply. I would like to know if anyone has had the experience. I have been planning to make some electrostatic panels and i have some old Dynaco stereo 70 output transformers to drive them. If the class T amp does a poor job, i will re-think the project.