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Shackman MHT85 ESL tweeter DIY kit
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Shackman products are highly sophisticated and with proven
longevity. You will profit from our technical knowledge and our
will find very new approaches to the design of electrostatic
loudspeaker panels, for example Barker coded diaphragm load.
aspects of advantages of reromanus hybrid ESL solutions over the
full range ESL types.
use of bass horns for bass in hybrids and the use of
Podszus-Görlich drivers in hybrids.
What will you find on the SHACKMAN
classic Shackman ESL tweeter panel
versions of the Shackman panel
new ESLAB Barker coded panel
Special High voltage OTL tube amps
electrostatic panels and complete speaker kits
Refurbishing of ESL like B+W DM70 and ribbons like Decca Kelly
Special horn and ESL loudspeaker literature bibliography
What will not be found on SHACKMAN
won't find anything on ESL or loudspeaker theory, except a
listing of special literature on ESLs and bass horns.
Neither you will find technological background informations on
how to build your very own electrostatic panel, except some hints
on using coating, stretching diaphragms and driving your ESL.
complete schematics or diagrams for DIY kits.
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The new Shackman ESLAB-2020, "framed" version black/silver
literature database to public
Audio Equipment. We just had our 32 years festivities
1975 during study time in Aachen, R.A.E. GmbH has been founded.
Dynastat became 60 years old
After a couple of years of experimenting with
electrostatic speaker the Shackman brothers from Barnet founded the
brought the new ESL type-WR to public
The new WR
type ESL (Wide Range) came during a presentation in Cologne to
the market. The new type can be used down to 300 Hz.